• Fill application in

    Please click the button “Apply on board” and take the time to fill in your application carefully and thoroughly to help ensure that you are considered for open positions. You can apply even if there are no vacancies to ensure that you are first in line for new positions that become available on our managed vessels and for new projects.

  • Agree to GDPR

    It is important that you agree to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, which can be found in the online portal under the personal settings, as use of our services without doing so is not possible.

  • Upload Certificates

    You are also required to upload all your relevant and up-to-date certificates.

  • Interview Process

    If you are accepted, you will be invited to an interview with our Crew Agent or us, which will be conducted in person, telephonically or over Skype. There is a possibility that the Principal will also wish to conduct a final interview.

  • Approval

    After approval and signing of employment agreement and feedback from the ship’s command and Principal of the vessel, we can offer Seafarers a continuous job with an existing ITF/CBA in relation to the STCW 2010/MLC 2006 and amendments.

  • Pre-Boarding Briefing

    You will receive a pre-boarding briefing from the Principal of the vessel where all necessary details are discussed, including their complaint procedure.

    We pay attention to our Seafarers because it is important to us that our crew feel as comfortable as possible and at home on board. We expect our Seafarers to apply their skills and experiences professionally, and to fulfil their duties to the best of their abilities for our Principals.

  • Environment

    We expect our Seafarers to uphold our values when it comes to reducing waste and keeping our oceans clean. It is important that our Seafarers follow the regulations prescribed by MARPOL, especially Annex V.

    More information on this can be found here and in the MARPOL booklet onboard. Further questions can be answered by the master.

Additional Information

The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) is responsible for putting into place the minimum working and living standards for Seafarers and creating equality between all ships sailing under the flags of a many different countries.

The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) ensures that all Seafarers worldwide have the same basic training, certification and watchkeeping requirements, establishing standards that are internationally recognized.


We are responsible for the future and need to be aware of the impact we have on the environment.

It is of utmost importance that we take care of our planet and its resources. This is why we do everything in our power to not only adhere to, but to go beyond national and international regulations, standards and guidelines when it comes to maintaining pollution-free, environmentally-friendly operating practices on board of the vessel.

Our Seafarers also appreciate our values and work with us to reduce waste and pollution and create a cleaner environment.

We believe that even the smallest difference is one worth making.


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The safety of our Seafarers is extremely crucial. We strive to create healthy and safe working conditions and to take as many precautions to protect our Seafarers as possible. Therefore, we do everything in our power to minimize potential risks and injuries and to create a culture of safety on our managed vessels, together with the Principal of the vessels.

Our approach, in collaboration with the Principal must be to train the crew onboard in accordance to the Safety Management System, which is implemented by the Managing Owner. Excellent training ensures that the crew are properly prepared to deal with any emergency situations that may arise.

The safety standards on board of our managed vessels comply with all relevant national and international regulations, codes and conventions and should ensure the permanent optimization of the safety on board in cooperation with the Principal.