YMTA Maritime Links

The YMTA continually searches out useful reasources for students interested in the maritime industry. If you want your website linked to ours contact Norm Manly.

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YMTA Business Links


Organization Description
Alaska King Crab Company Located in Soldotna, Alaska, where we are devoted to educating and providing your plate with the best Alaskan king crab. We hope that by navigating our website, you will learn more about this unique species of crab, and visit us often to purchase Alaskan king crab legs directly from the Bering Sea.
 Alaska Marine Lines Alaska Marine Lines is a marine transportation company that ships all types of freight to and from Southeast Alaska, Central Alaska, Prince William Sound and the Yukon Territory of Canada.
 Alaska Tanker Company Alaska Tanker Company was created in 1999 by Keystone Shipping Company, OSG Ship Management, and BP Oil Shipping Company USA to consolidate all of BP’s Alaskan crude oil shipping requirements into one operating company.
 American Seafoods A world leader in harvesting, at-sea processing, preparation and supply of quality seafood.
 APL APL provides customers around the world with container transportation services through a network combining high-quality intermodal operations with state-of-the-art information technology.
 Ballard Oil Company 5300 26th Northwest Seattle Washington 98107 (206) 783-0241
 Chevron Chevron-branded products are sold in North America by business units of ChevronTexaco Corp. Included are Chevron Products Co., which operates five major U.S. refineries and markets petroleum products, primarily gasoline.
 Coastal Transportation Inc. Coastal Transportation is an ocean-going freight transportation service moving fisheries and general cargo between Alaska and Seattle primarily on a break-bulk basis, with some container service.
 Compass Courses Compass Courses is the leading provider of USCG/STCW approved training in the Northwest. Whether you are new to the maritime industry or a seasoned professional, Compass Courses offers training to meet your needs. Located north of Seattle in Edmonds, Compass offers three classrooms, student business center, complete galley, and exceptional training aids.
 Covich Williams For over 25 years, the Covich Williams Company has been serving the fuel needs of Seattle’s commercial fleets, both on the road and at sea.
 Crowley Maritime Corporation Crowley diverse worldwide marine transportation and logistics services company.
 Delta Delta’s passion for excellence has earned it a worldwide reputation for producing custom luxury yachts and repairing all types of vessels to the highest standards.
 Discover Boating This is a wonderful website if you are loooking for information about pleasure boating. How to get started on your search, why go boating, buying a boat, activities, locations and much more.
 Drivelines NW For over 30 years Drivelines NW has been designing, manufacturing and repairing all types of power transmission systems, couplings and universal joints for our customers throughout North America and aboard.
 Dunlap Towing Company Dunlap Towing Company is a family owned corporation that has been in the marine transportation business since 1925. Based in LaConner, Wa., Dunlap Towing has steadily grown into an operation of twenty-five tugboats, seven barges and more than 225 employess.
 Foss Maritime Company Foss is a marine transportation company with tug and barge service on the west coast and the gulf.
 Fred Devine Diving & Salvage Company Fred Devine Diving & Salvage Company has been a leader in diving and construction since 1913.
 Fremont Maritime Services Every year, FMS helps hundreds of professional mariners prepare for fire, flooding, abandon ship, and man overboard emergencies. Some of the world’s largest fishing, towing, cargo, and passenger companies trust them to train their officers and crew. FMS teaches (and students practice) the skills which are essential to successful emergency response.
 Fremont Tugboat Company Fremont Tugboat Co has been in business since 1916 providing tugboat service in Lake Union, Lake Washington, and Puget Sound. They are located in Seattle Washington.
 Global Diving & Salvage For over 20 years, contractors and government agencies have relied on Global for a wide range of marine and environmental services. Our innovative solutions and rapid response have made us the first choice for marine construction, salvage, remediation and
 Harley Marine Services Harley Marine Services is a family of customer service oriented marine services companies. They react quickly to changing market conditions and customer needs. They will exceed customers’ expectations while protecting the environment and maintaining a fair standard of living for our employees. Harley Marine is committed to improving the communities in which they live, while providing an adequate return to their shareholders.
 Harris Electric Inc. As a marine electrical supplier and contractor, Harris Electric provides systems, components, parts and service for use on vessels ranging from pleasure boats to the largest factory trawlers, and from tugs to blue water tankers.
 Holland America Line Holland America Line leads the cruise industry premium niche by offering virtually unlimited cruise and CruiseTour options that span the globe and satisfy every traveler’s appetite for exploration.
 Icicle Seafoods, Inc. During the winter of 1965 a group of local fishermen and employees purchased the Pacific American Fisheries cannery in Petersburg, Alaska, with visions of building a superior seafood company. Though back then the company was incorporated as Petersburg Fis
 Island Tug & Barge Company Whether you need assistance into a Puget Sound port, need marine construction support, or are shipping cargo outside Washington State, Island Tug & Barge can take you there.
 Jensen Maritime Consultants, Inc. Jensen Maritime Consultants, Inc. is a Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering firm located in Seattle, Washington.
 Kolstrand Supply Company Kolstrand Supply Company has been recognized as a worldwide leader in the distribution and manufacturing of deck hardware and all supplies for commercial fishing.
 Kvichak Marine Industries For over 20 years, Kvichak Marine has been recognized as a worldwide leader in the design and construction of high quality, hardworking aluminum vessels.
 Lake Union Drydock Company Lake Union Drydock Company is a full service shipyard which employs talented individuals in all shipyard trades, carrying on an eighty year tradition of craftmanship.
 Maersk Line Maersk Line is one of the largest liner shipping companies in the world, serving customers all over the globe.
The Marine Spill Response Corporation The Marine Spill Response Corporation is a not-for-profit, U.S. Coast Guard-classified Oil Spill Removal Organization (OSRO).  MSRC was formed in conjunction with the Marine Preservation Association (MPA) in 1990 to offer oil spill response services and mitigate damage to the environment.
 Matson Navigation Company Matson Navigation Company is one of the leading U.S. domestic carriers with a longstanding reputation for quality service in the transportation industry.
 National Fisherman.com Online resources for Alaska Commercial Fisherman
 Nichols Brothers Boat Builders Since 1964, we of Nichols Brothers have been building boats on South Whidbey Island.
 Northland Services Northland delivers freight to more than 125 destinations throughout the 49th state. Their marine freight operation utilizes a fleet of more than 30 tugboats and barges.
 Peterpan Seafood’s Today Peter Pan Seafoods is one of America’s best-known names in wild Alaskan Seafood products. Throughout the food service industries and within the retail trades, Peter Pan has achieved a hard won reputation built on the quality and sales appeal of its frozen, canned and fresh seafood.
 Port of Seattle The Port’s facilities accommodates transportation of cargo and passengers by air, water and land; provide a home for the fishing industry; and foster regional economic vitality and a quality life for King County citizens.
 Puget Sound Pilots Since 1935, Puget Sound Pilots, an organization of maritime pilots, and its predecessor organizations has provided pilotage service to all Washington ports in Puget Sound and in adjacent waters.
 Samson Tug and Barge Samson Tug and Barge provides tug and barge service between Seattle and Alaska.
 Shipping Guides Limited Shipping Guides Limited are recognised industry specialists in publishing port and harbour information for your various port entry requirements. Our extensive port database coupled with excellent long term communications with port representatives, is the foundation which enables us to provide you with this comprehensive port directory.
 SSA Marine Today, SSA Marine and our affiliates operate more cargo terminals than any other company in the world.
Stabbert Maritime Stabbert Maritime’s group of companies delivers a wide-range of innovative solutions and support services to our offshore, science, subsea energy, and ship repair clients. The Ocean Services fleet serves science and research markets. Ocean Sub Sea Services (OS/3) serves the offshore oil and gas industry. Stabbert Yacht & Ship provides shipyard and repair services throughout the Northwestern USA.
 Totem Ocean Trailer Express Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc. operates a fleet of roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) cargo ships offering twice weekly service between the Ports of Tacoma, Washington and Anchorage.
 Victoria Clipper Clipper Vacations offers opportunities to experience picturesque destinations such as: Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, and the peaceful San Juan Islands.
 Vigor Industrial (former Todds) Vigor Industrial, along with its wholly owned subsidiaries, is headquartered on Swan Island in Portland, Oregon. The company has regional locations which span the West Coast.
 Washington Chain & Supply, Inc. Washington Chain & Supply, Inc. has been serving the marine, industrial and offshore industries for more than 35 years.
 Western Towboat Company A family owned towing business located in Seattle, Wa since 1948.
 Westport Shipyard Westport was a pioneer in the use of composite materials in yacht and commercial construction, and to date has completed a total of more than 50 yachts and many commercial vessels.

YMTA Government Links

Organization Description
 13th Coast Guard District Located in Seattle, Wa.
 Alaska Fisheries Science Center The mission of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center is to generate the scientific information necessary for the conservation, management, and utilization of the region’s living marine resources.
 Alaska Marine Highway The Alaska Marine Highway System has been operating year-round since 1963, with regularly scheduled passenger and vehicle service to 30 communities in Alaska, plus Bellingham, Washington, and Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
 Maritime Administration Falls under the Department of Transportation.
 Military Sealift Command Military Sealift Command is the ocean transportation provider for the Department of Defense with the responsibility of providing strategic sealift and ocean transportation for all military forces overseas.
 NOAA National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
 U.S. Coast Guard Falls under Department of Homeland Security.
 U.S. Department of Transportation Serve the United States by ensuring a fast, safe, efficient, accessible and convenient transportation system that meets our vital national interests and enhances the quality of life of the American people, today and into the future.
 United States Navy Around the world, around the clock.
 US Army Corps of Engineers Planning, designing, building and operating water resources and other civil works projects (Navigation, Flood Control, Environmental Protection, Disaster Response, etc.) Designing and managing the construction of military facilities for the Army and Air
 Vessel Traffic Center Protects our beautiful Puget Sound.
 Washington State Ferries Washington State Ferries is the largest ferry system in the United States, serving eight counties within Washington and the Province of British Columbia in Canada.

YMTA Industry News Links

Organization Description
 48 North Published in Seattle, Washington (USA), covers sailing throughout the Pacific Northwest — as well as the occasional jaunt to the Caribbean and the South Seas.
 Boating Magazine Offers reviews of watercraft, accessories, and tow vehicles. Includes articles on repairs and maintenance, angling, and destinations.
 Cruise Industry News Covers the cruise industry for those who supply and work in this sector.
 Cruising World They provide a monthly wealth of timely information for sailors united by their love of cruising, no matter what size boat they own, from small trailer-sailers to large, ocean-going yachts.
 Dailey Shipping News A trade and industry online website
 Journal of Commerce The Journal of Commerce Online is a valuable, interactive business tool for industry experts who require a resource that will give them the information they need to meet their business goals.
 MarineLog MARINE LOG is America’s most respected marine industry monthly.
 NOAA Magazine Publication of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce.
 Northwest Yachting With a circulation of over 25,000 and an estimated readership of over twice that, Northwest Yachting is the largest boating publication – for both powerboaters and sailors – in the Pacific Northwest.
 Pacific Maritime Magazine Published monthly, the Pacific Maritime Magazine is the most widely circulated maritime trade publication on the Pacific Coast, and the only publication in the nation written specifically for West Coast commercial vessel and terminal operators.
 Passage Maker Magazine For owners, designers, and builders of the trawler and other ocean motorboats. Focuses on the boats, the people, and the lifestyle of cruising under power.
 Professional BoatBuilder For those working in boat design, construction, and repair.
 Professional Mariner The Online Resource for the Maritime Industry
Sea Tow Foundation A site designed to put women in their place – at the helm. Full of “how to” articles ranging from navigation to children’s safety.
 Wooden Boat Magazine The magazine for wooden boat owners, builder and designers.
 Yachting World The best of international cruising and racing from Yachting World.

YMTA Non-Profit Links

Organization Description
 4Culture 4Culture is launching the Maritime Heritage Network (MHN) – a new website featuring diverse maritime attractions around Central Puget Sound.
 American Canoe Association The ACA is a nationwide, not for profit organization in service to the broader paddling public which provides education on matters related to paddling, supports stewardship of the paddling environment, and enables programs and events to support paddlesport recreation. Based in Springfield, VA, the ACA is the oldest member-based recreation and conservation paddlesport association in the United States.
 At-sea Processors Association The At-sea Processors Association represents U.S.-flag catcher/processor vessels that participate in the healthy and abundant groundfish fisheries of the Bering Sea.
 Center for Wooden Boats The Center for Wooden Boats provide a gathering place where maritime history comes alive through direct experience and our small craft heritage is enjoyed, preserved, and passed along to future generations.
 Classic Yacht Association The Classic Yacht Association is dedicated to the promotion, preservation, restoration and maintenance of fine, old, power-driven pleasure craft
 Coastal Heritage Allilance CHA is Coastal Heritage Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization dedicated to preserving the skills and stories of a proud working waterfront culture.
 Council of American Master Mariners The Council of American Master Mariners, Inc. was founded in 1936 by a nucleus of distinguished American Shipmasters who felt there was a need to share their expertise with other shipmasters, the Maritime Community and the public.
 Fireboat Duwamish When built in 1909, the Duwamish was a steam powered riveted steel hull vessel. She was 120 feet long, 9.6 feet deep with a 28-foot beam (28 feet wide).
 Foss Waterway Seaport The Foss Waterway Seaport’s goal is to expand the Working Waterfront Maritime Museum over the next five years (starting in 2005), by replacing a dilapidated wharf, saving and upgrading the historic building which houses the Museum, creating almost 1/3 of a nautical mile of docks and floats for community boating and recreation on the waterfront and also allocates more than an acre of open space for hosting community events and festivals.
 Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority Owners of the Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain.
 Marine Exchange of Puget Sound A non-profit membership association providing comprehensive communication services for the maritime industry.
 Marine Technology Society The Marine Technology Society was incorporated in June, 1963 to allow members of academia, government and industry to have a common forum for the exchange of information and ideas.
SMART The Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Center serves as a regional educational resource and an economic model for preparing a sustainable, globally prepared maritime and transportation workforce for the 21st century. The National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center is led by Tidewater Community College and partners from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Florida State College at Jacksonville. The mission of the ATE centers is to endeavor to strengthen the skills of technicians whose work is vitally important to the nation’s prosperity and security. In ATE centers, 2-year colleges have a leadership role and work in partnership with universities, secondary education, business and industry, and government agencies to design and carry out model workforce development initiatives.
 Northwest Maritime Center The Northwest Maritime Center on Port Townsend Bay is about maritime history, boats, and environmental stewardship of Puget Sound.
 Northwest Schooner Society The Northwest Schooner Society uses historic ships to demonstrate the power and exhilaration of teamwork. We harness the wind, giving our students-of-any-age a new perspective on their own strengths and weaknesses.
 Northwest Seaport Northwest Seaport is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime heritage of Puget Sound and the Northwest Coast.
 Northwest Steam Society The Northwest Steam Society, a non profit volunteer organization, was formed in 1973 for the mutual benefit of Steam Enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
 Propeller Club of the United States The Propeller Club aggressively promotes the maritime industry through many of its programs and partnering with other similar organizations.
 Puget Sound Marine Exchange The Marine Exchange is a nonprofit organization that provides various communications services to the maritime industry including a 24 hour answering service.
 Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society The Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society is here to help you learn about the maritime heritage of the Pacific Northwest.
 Sailing Heritage Society The Sailing Heritage Society provides diverse services to our community while focusing on individuals with serious medical conditions. Through a coordinated program, we conduct shipboard crew training while providing therapeutic trips for those in need.
 Salish Sea Expeditions Owned by Four Winds * Westward Ho Camps, “Carlyn” is a 61′ yawl designed specifically for experiential education. The design and rig are intended to allow maximum student participation in operations.
 Seattle Aquarium See, touch and explore our amazing underwater world at the Seattle Aquarium.
 Seattle Fishermen’s Memorial Dedicated to promoting safety in the fishing fleets and easing the burdens of the families and friends of fishermen/women lost at sea…
Seattle Maritime Business Coalition SMBC is the only organization in Puget Sound specifically founded to represent the maritime industrial sector. Our all-volunteer Board of Governors advocates to protect industrial lands from encroachment by non-compatible uses, we’re a voice for reason on transportation and regulatory issues and we fight to maintain the maritime and commercial fishing industry’s visibility among elected officials, policymakers and regulators who make laws and policy that govern our industry.
 Seattle Propeller Club The Propeller Club, Port of Seattle Chapter is a civic, social and charitable organization that promotes maritime commerce in the Puget Sound region.
 Ship Operations Cooperative Program SOCP’s overall objective is to improve the competitiveness, productivity, efficiency, safety, and environmental responsiveness of U.S. vessel operations. All U.S. based vessel operators and organizations that support vessel operations are eligible to participate in the program.
 Sound Experience Home of the Schooner Adventuress.
 The Maritime Industry Foundation The Maritime Indursty Foundation is based out of London. The aim of our Maritime Industry Knowledge Centre is ‘to enrich human knowledge and understanding of the vital roles of maritime industries and commercial shipping in the economic, social, political and cultural life of the global environment.
 The Schooner Martha Foundation Martha is now owned and operated by The Schooner Martha Foundation whose sole purpose is to maintain and restore Martha and to use Martha to operate sail training programs.
 The Society of Boat and Yacht Designers The Society of Boat and Yacht Designers is an organization of designers, engineers, boatbuilders, surveyors, and others interested in the design and construction of small craft — sail and power yachts, as well as small commercial vessels.
 The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers SAME is an internationally recognized nonprofit, technical, professional society of individual members serving the maritime and offshore industries and their suppliers.
 Virginia V Foundation The Virginia V is the last operating wooden-hull steamship of the famed Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. Built in 1922 and recently restored, a cruise onboard her offers a chance to capture all the excitement and romance of the fabled days of steamship passage
 Westport Maritime Museum This historic museum building was built in 1939 to serve as the Coast Guard’s Lifeboat Station, Grays Harbor.
The Women’s Maritime Association The Women’s Maritime Association is an informational and support network of seafaring women and men. Established in 1980, WMA is based in Seattle, with members from all over the United States, and several other countries. Our membership includes women who work on ferries, tugs, fishing vessels, tankers, deep sea merchant ships, yachts and delivery vessels, as well as women who are seeking employment in the maritime and fishing industries, or who are students in maritime training programs.
 Wooden Boat Foundation Our mission is to celebrate and preserve traditional maritime skills, heritage and culture through education and community participation.

YMTA Unions Links

Organization Description
 Deep Sea Fishermen’s Union
 InlandBoatmen’s Union of the Pacific The Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific (IBU) is one of the largest maritime Unions on the west coast.
 International Longshore & Warehouse Union The International Longshore and Warehouse Union has approximately 42,000 members in over 60 local unions in the states of California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii.
 King County Labor Council The King County Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is the central body of labor organizations in King County, Washington.
 Marine Engineers Beneficial Association
 Masters, Mates & Pilots The International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots (MM&P) is the International Marine Division of the International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO.
 Sailors’ Union of the Pacific The Sailors’ Union of the Pacific has been in continuous operation, through good times and bad, for over 115 years an achievement unequaled by any maritime union in the world.
 Seafarers International Union The Seafarers International Union, Atlantic, Gulf, Lakes and Inland Waters District/NMU, AFL-CIO, represents unlicensed United States merchant mariners sailing aboard U.S.-flag vessels in the deep sea, Great Lakes and inland trades.
 Washington State Labor Council The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is the largest labor organization in the Evergreen State, representing more than 430,000 rank-and-file union members across Washington.

YMTA Careers Links


 Aquatic/Environmental Chemist Aquatic chemists are interested in organic, inorganic, and trace metals found in the water and sediments. They may study the transformation of chemicals by living organisms.
 Careers in Marine Science Marine Science is a very broad field. Check out the following links to find out more about becoming a marine scientist or a marine biologist!
 Careers in Oceanography Oceanographers are predominantly employed in research, both pure and applied. Their goal is to produce a new understanding of an ocean system and to explore the potential consequences of human activities on the marine environment.
 Commercial Divers Commercial Divers
 Deck Jobs Great job descriptions.
 Dredge Operators Operate dredge to remove sand, gravel, or other materials from lakes, rivers, or streams; and to excavate and maintain navigable channels in waterways.
 Environmental/Civil Engineer Engineers are usually engaged in planning and design of flood control structures, shoreline protection structures, harbors, marinas, and wastewater treatment facilities.
 Fishery Biologist Fisheries research biologists study the biology of fish: habitat requirements, population, life histories, diseases, and forage base.
 Hydrologist Hydrologists study the distribution of water.
 Marine Architect Design and oversee construction and repair of marine craft and floating structures such as ships, barges, tugs, dredges, submarines, torpedoes, floats, and buoys. May confer with marine engineers.
 Marine Biology The field of marine biology — the study of marine organisms, their behaviors, and their interactions with the environment — is considered one of the most all-encompassing fields of oceanography.
 Marine Engineers Design, develop, and take responsibility for the installation of ship machinery and related equipment including propulsion machines and power supply systems.
 Maritime or Nautical Archaeologist Maritime Archaeologists study the past. This may involve studying and classifying artifacts from shipwrecks or studying prehistoric settlements. Maritime archaeologist attempt to piece together how people lived and worked on the Great Lakes.
 Meteorology Meteorology is the science of the atmosphere. The American Meteorological Society defines a meteorologist as a person with specialized education “who uses scientific principles to explain, understand, observe, or forecast the earth’s atmospheric phenomena and/or how the atmosphere affects the earth and life on the planet.”
 Military Sealift Command onboard careers Check out these maritime job descriptions from the Military Sealift Command (MSC) to learn about the type of work you can perform in the maritime industry:
 Physical Limnologist Limnologists are scientists who study water movements (currents, waves, seiches), light, heat, sedimentation rates, and other physical phenomena in lakes.
 Tugboat Jobs.net This website was created to help people find work in the maritime industry aboard tugboats, towboats, pushboats or other workboats and commercial vessels engaged in towing, pushing, transportation and salvage work.
 Water and Wastewater Plant Operator Water and wastewater operators are generally involved in the administration, operation, and maintenance of both drinking water and wastewater treatment facilities.
 Where to begin a career on the water Information from the United States Coast Guard with requirements for working at sea.

YMTA Videos Links

Title Description
 Able Seaman job description Learn the duties of an Able Seaman
 Able Seamen job information More information regarding job duties of an Able Seaman
 Bad Weather It’s not always pretty out in the ocean. Great vidoe of the power of the sea.
 Bad weather February 21, 2007
 Boat Builders and Shipwrights Job Description
CMA 2012 Cruise Video I put together a few video clips and pictures from cruise. Our cruise started in Vallejo, ca and we went to Costa Rica, El Salvador, Jamaica and did a orphanage supply drop to Haiti. They whole journey took about two months and was a blast! I originally made this video for myself to reflect upon but I decided there might be people who would love to see a 2012 CMA cruise. It’s not the best of videos but it will do! Thanks for watching!
 Cargo vessel in heavy conditions
 Coast Guard assist grounded sailboat May 27, 2007 Coast Guard Port Angeles assists a grounded sailboat
 Coast Guard Boatswain’s Mate Learn the duties of a USCG Boatswain’s Mate
 Coast Guard vessel towing fishing boat Coast Guard Cutter Mustang tows Equinox to Seward Alaska.
 Day in the life of a tugboat The start of a tugboat’s workday.
 Deadliest Catch – Monster Waves Not for the weak at heart.
 Deckhand in wheelhouse training Deckhand learning to steer a tugboat.
 Getting women excited about Marine Biology A video for young women that hopefully will get them excited about working as a Marine Biologist.
 Great Lakes Maritime Academy
 How To Get a Job on a Cruise Ship Step by step process of getting a job on a cruise ship.
 Jobs aboard Cruise Liners Iformation about working aboard a cruise ship.
 Kingsborough Community College Maritime
 Kink Crabbin’ What’s it really like fishing for King Crab in Alaska?
Life at Sea aboard a LNG Tanker Facilities on the LNGC British Trader, and what you can do after Five!
 Marine Engineers and Naval Architects Duties and job description for Marine Engineers and Naval Architects.
Maine Maritime Academy 2012 Cruise
Maritime Careers In this episode Careers TV highlights companies within Maritime industries and gives insightful information and advice about how to get in and work within this arena.
 Massachusetts Maritime Academy Promotional video
 Massachusetts Maritime Academy: T.S. Enterprise
 NOAA Corps Recruiting The NOAA Corps is the uniformed service component of NOAA. Officers operate NOAA’s ships and aircraft, lead mobile field parties, and serve throughout NOAA’s line offices. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree, but high school is a great time to get students interested in science.
 Salmon fishing in SE Alaska See how they fish for salmon in SE Alaska. Vidoe shot aboard the V/V Quandary.
 Seattle Maritime Academy Abandon Ship Drill
 The Merchant Marine trailer
 Tour of Research Vessel Take a tour of the Resarch Vessel Palmetto.
 Tour of trawler boat fishing for pollack Fishing out of Dutch Harbor
 Tug Mamo-up close docking a cargo ship Footage from a news program.
 Tugboat breaking ice Ice can make the work of a tugboat and tugboat crew very difficult.
US Merchant Marine Academy
 Welcome to the Bering Sea A video from the USCGC Alex Haley
 What is a marine biologist
 Working on a Tuna seiner