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10 Christmas Movies to help bring Crew Together

          We associate so many wonderful things when we think about the holiday season but there are 3 main themes that come to mind; Family, Food and FILMS. Us land-lubbers enjoy time with family and friends during the holidays, watching films together over a nice meal, while our seafarers are far […]

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Crewtoo Visits Historic Gathering Place for Seafarers in Manila

When you want to meet seafarers there is only one place to go, and that is to hit the streets of Manila – especially around Luneta, an urban park alongside Manila Bay. As Crewtoo was in Manila for Lloyd’s List Events’ Manning and Training conference, that is exactly what we did. Armed with a stack […]

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What Can Seafarers Do to Protect Themselves from Ebola?

The three countries hardest hit by Ebola – Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea – all have ports along the world’s main maritime shipping routes. Is it any wonder seafarers and dockworkers are concerned? Videotel’s new video (preview above) provides mariners with Ebola prevention information. Some 90% of the world’s goods are transported by ship along […]

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10 movies that will “Shiver your Timbers” this Halloween.

        We love Halloween here at KVH Media Group, but then who doesn’t? Halloween is the perfect time to watch scary movies and eat copious amounts of sweets and chocolate. We are the leading suppliers of early-release, blockbuster movies to the commercial maritime sector and love nothing more than a good film. […]

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MLC-2006 Crew Welfare Effort Gaining Momentum

Called the Seafarer’s Bill of Rights, the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC-2006) recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, and the big question on the minds of many in the shipping industry is, “What impact is it having?” Judging by the fact that the number of International Labour Organization (ILO) member countries that have ratified MLC-2006 has […]

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Can Robots Save the World…Or At Least Feed It?

For people working in the field of unmanned systems, it can sometimes seem as though Hollywood has it in for these marvels of technology. Perhaps it’s just that producers and writers need a new bad guy, and a drone seems to fit the bill as an out-of-control tech that is as creepy as any zombie. […]

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Connectivity Improves Oil-and-Gas Work Sites

The importance of mobility and connectivity is widely known among many industries, particularly those that face the challenge of communicating from remote work sites. For the oil-and-gas industry, for example, the ability to communicate from the field is critical to enabling engineers and decision makers – no matter where they are located – to discuss […]

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IP-MobileCast Onboard is a Great Catch for F/V Cornelia Marie

Fans of the Discovery Channel show “Deadliest Catch” are familiar with the adventures of the fishing vessel Cornelia Marie, but what kind of fans are the Cornelia Marie’s captains? Big-time soccer fans, it turns out. From Bristol Bay, Alaska, last month, co-captains Josh Harris and Casey McManus spent some off-watch hours catching world championship soccer […]

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7 Boating Apps to Download Before Leaving the Dock

Mobile apps on smartphones and tablets are part of everyday business and leisure activities on land. Why should time on the water be any different? Whether you’re cruising on a dinghy or a yacht here are our favorite seven mobile apps you should download before leaving the dock. Boating Suite: Complete Boating Log Book This is […]

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A Licence to Thrill

You’re an IT manager at a large ship management company.  You are responsible for rolling out the computer operating system on the entire fleet of 100 vessels. Times are tough and you’re on a tight budget. The price you have been quoted for the licenses is pretty high! You start to wonder: “What are the […]

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