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Daniel Jennings the Business Development Manger at Atlantic Pacific Marine competed in the walking London Marathon on Saturday 4th September 2021. Daniel initially started walking as a means to keep fit during the pandemic. This led to him signing up to the walking marathon as a challenge to ... Read More
When James first joined us in January 2019 he was part way through his Associate of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Professional Diploma in Accounting - Level 4. The qualification covers various aspects of accounting. Including business and personal tax, credit management, external auditing, ... Read More
Superyachts – the top trends for 2020!
27 -02 -20
A luxury yacht needs a unique look plus the latest tech whilst maintaining comfort and promoting sustainability. Here we look at the top trends set to hit the yachting industry in 2020. Sustainability A sustainable approach continues to be at the forefront of yacht providers and owners ... Read More
At home at sea
31 -01 -20
Whether it's ordering that midnight snack or connecting with the world back at home. Many passengers want the convenience that technology brings whilst they are cruising. Expecting passengers to sacrifice their connectivity is nowadays a sizable request; as technology becomes more and more ... Read More
Introducing Abbie Macdonald, our new General Administrator in our busy Recruitment team. Abbie is friendly, approachable and hard working - the perfect attributes for her new busy communication-based role. Her responsibilities will include adding new tradesman to our growing database as ... Read More
The Rise of Female Cruise Ship Captains
17 -12 -19
Female captains make up just under 3% of cruise ship captains worldwide - but this number is slowly growing. Women now comprise 20% of the industry workforce, with between 5 and 20% of women in officer roles, depending on the cruise line. Compare this to a hundred years ago, where the only ... Read More