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The Maritime Podcast Rewind – Seafarers

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Over the last year The Maritime Podcast has featured guests from the across the industry discussing a wide variety of topics. As the year draws to a close we are grouping podcasts covering specific sectors on The Maritime Podcast Rewind and today we are focusing on seafarers.

Back in June Mark O’Neil, President of Intermanager and President & CEO of Colombia Shipmanagement, was a guest on The Maritime Podcast talking with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News about the top issues facing seafarers and the ship management sector. Listen Now

On the Day of the Seafarer Capt. Mohamed Al Ali, SVP Ship Management, ADNOC Logistics & Services, talked with Paul Bartlett, Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent about the issues facing the world's seafarers. Listen Now

In August The Maritime Podcast featured professional musician turned lawyer Julian Clark explaining how he brought together a 60-piece virtual choir to cover Rod Stewart’s Sailing, in honour of recognising every seafarer as a keyworker. Listen Now

On UN World Anti-Corruption Day in December we partnered with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) for a special episode. Guests Claudio Bozzo, Chief Operating Officer of Mediterranean Shipping Company, and Capt Rajesh Unni, Founder and CEO of Synergy Group put a strong focus on supporting seafarers in the fight against corruption in maritime. Listen Now

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