Frequently Asked Questions

Creating & Managing Listings
Do I Have to Register to Create Listings?

Yes. You must be a registered user to create listings. Registration is free.

What Category Should I Put My listing In?

Choose the category that best fits.

How do I post a resume?

  1. Login on the home page
  2. Go to “My Account”
  3. Ensure your account is set to “Employment”
  4. Click “Post Resume”
  5. Select standard or featured resume plan
  6. Create your listing

How do I post a Freelancer/Seafarer listing onto the directory?

  1. Login on the home page
  2. Go to “My Account”
  3. Ensure your account is set to “Directory”
  4. Click “Add Listing”
  5. Select standard or featured listing plan
  6. Create your listing

Do I have to register to use the site?

No. You can browse and search ads without registering. You should still register, to save time, as the site will remember various preferences for you. If you want to create ads, you will need to register. Registration is FREE.

Pricing & Payment
How much do listings cost?

For the employment job board see our pricing plans

For the seafarers & freelancers directory see our pricing plans 
How Long Does a Listing Run?

Please see our Pricing page for information about listing plans.

What value does having a featured account add?
Subscribing to our featured account means your profile will show up on the directory homepage and it will also be posted across our social media accounts gaining you maximum exposure to potential employers, recruiters and crewing departments.
What is your privacy policy?

See Privacy Policy for details.

What is a maritime job?
A maritime job could be working onboard a ship, shore-based supporting a ship's operations, working in a port or building a ship and many more for all things maritime related. Some popular examples of jobs in maritime: Captain, Chief Officer, Chief Engineer, Able Seaman, Port Captain, Port Engineer, Marine Superintendent, Technical Superintendent, Port Director, Marine Operations Manager, Naval Architect, Ship Repair Manager, Shipbuilding Manager, Shipping Manager, Offshore Installation Manager, Marine Surveyor, Rig Mover, Marine Pilot, Shipbroker and Yacht Broker.
What maritime sectors are there?
The maritime industry has a wide range of sectors within. Some examples of those: Shipowners, Ship Management, Ship Operators, Ship Design & Engineering, Maritime Law, Shipbuilding, Shiprepair & Conversion, Equipment Suppliers, Classification Societies, Maritime Finance, Maritime Insurance, Shipbrokers, Ship Recycling, Waterways, Ports & Terminals, Bunkering, Crewing, Shipping Agencies, Shipping Liners, Surveyors and Marine Technology.
How do I become a Captain?

To become a Captain of a ship follows routes depending on your academic qualifications. The standard progress through to Captain will follow service onboard as Third Officer, Second Officer and Chief Officer/Chief Mate. Your sea school will give you a training programme which will provide you with the education followed by periods of service at sea.