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March 11th, 2021 Crossworld Launches Photo Contest for Seafarers

Crossworld Marine Services Inc. launches a photo contest for its employees in line with its 17th year anniversary. ‘Crossworld Winter Photo Contest’ where Crossworld crew members have a chance to showcase their photography skills while the company honors and celebrates seafarers and their lives.

March 11th, 2021 Group asks for Seafarers to be prioritized in Gov’t Vaccination Program

As Covid-19 vaccines arrive in the Philippines, manning agencies, seafarer groups and firms continue to urge the government for them to be included in the priority list of the Duterte Administration’s inoculation program.

February 10th, 2021 Ph Maritime Dept. Extends Working Hours

Manila, Philippines – The Maritime Industry Authority or MARINA extends its operating days and will now be open on Saturdays to speed up the issuance of Seafarers’ Record Books (SRB) and Seafarers’ Identity Documents (SID).

February 10th, 2021 Global firms vow to help seafarers in despair at sea

Hundred of companies vow to help hundreds of thousands of seafarers currently stuck at sea due to problems caused by crew change due to restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic.

February 10th, 2021 Ph lifts ban on Int’l Crew Change

The Philippines lifts its temporary ban on international crew change for seafarers for those coming from countries with recorded infections of the UK variant of Covid-19.

January 14th, 2021 Crossworld Holiday Season Incentive Program a Success

Manila, Philippines – Crossworld’s Holiday Season Incentive Pilot Program proved a success with several seafarers signing up to re-join the fleet because of the offered perks.

January 14th, 2021 Crossworld holds Virtual Christmas Party

Crossworld Marine Services Inc. did not let the Covid-19 pandemic dampen its holiday spirit as one of the Philippines leading manning agency pushed through with its annual Christmas Party.

January 14th, 2021 Ph Gov’t Extends validity of Seafarer’s Record Books, Other Documents

Manila, Philippines – The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) grants a one 1-year extension of validity for expiring Seafarer’s Record Books (SRBs) and Seafarer’s Identification and Record Books (SIRBs) on 01 January to 30 June 2021.