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Tugs assist with the movement of larger ships in and out of port so that they may safely dock and undock. Most tugs operate within the immediate area of a

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For anybody who wants to work on vessels operating on inland waterways and limited distances to sea, the Boatmaster apprenticeship pathway is an excellent way into the industry. As an

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Marinas and boatyards are busy places where boats have to be moved, moored and lifted for maintenance safely and following the correct procedures. Docks and slipways need to be kept

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The Advanced Level Merchant Navy (deck or engineering) apprenticeship is an excellent progression pathway if you are already working in the shipping industry as a qualified seafarer. You could proceed

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Port operations covers the work that goes on in sea, river and inland waterway ports, harbours, quays, terminals, wharves, jetties, related facilities and the associated handling and logistics operations. Your

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The Seafishing apprenticeship pathway is an excellent way into the industry for anybody who wants to work on fishing vessels. You will be working as a key member of the crew

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Specialist workboats are used for a whole host of activities that support the marine industry. They operate as landing craft, for loading and transporting crew and cargo, and are used

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