Careers at Sea(eBook)

Published Date

May 2007

Careers at Sea(eBook)

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Captain Michael Lloyd writes on those who wish to consider making a career at sea (6 pp).

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This article is no attempt at any persuasion to embark on such a course. Going to sea is not a career decision that someone should be persuaded into. Rather, it should be a decision made by an individual without influential guidance. Often, there already exists the determination to go to sea and little anyone says will change that intention and in that statement , I reflect my own experience.It is important to realise that the sea is not just a career,it is also a way of life and one very different to that experienced ashore.

Title: Careers at Sea(eBook)
Product Code: 4430F008
Published Date: May 2007

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