If you’re considering joining the Commercial Maritime industry, it’s likely that these four letters "STCW" are going to become some
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Ever wondered why we refer to a vessel as ‘SHE’? However, even the Lloyd’s Register Foundation doesn’t provide us with
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India has a coastline spanning 7516.6 kilometres, forming one of the biggest peninsulas in the world. It is serviced by
Shipbuilding in India gained momentum in the nineteenth century. India has had a tradition of Shipping and Shipbuilding for millennia.
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From the time that ships started sailing, flags were in place as a mode of communication or expression of intent.