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Maersk, Hanley said, has started paying its sailors bonuses to compensate them for remaining aboard ship at all times, even in ports that allow seafarers limited shore leave.
The United Nations called for the world’s governments to designate seafarers and other marine personnel as “key workers” during the pandemic.
Though sectors as diverse as vehicle manufacture and agriculture are reliant on maritime trade, seafarers are too few — and distant — to garner much attention.
One of the things that weighs on seafarers stuck at sea is the lack of control.
The ongoing crisis highlights how much of the world economy relies on seafarers, some of whom have gone a full year without taking a break or seeing their families because of the pandemic, Platten said.
From the most ancient times they have been the friends of the seafarer!
SOUTH AMERICA TO-DAYGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
He found the man Rait, a big, clumsy seafarer, and questioned him.
SPIES OF THE KAISERWILLIAM LE QUEUX
The morning was growing hot, and the good seafarer in the seat beside our friend seemed to grow very uncomfortable.
BETTY LEICESTERSARAH ORNE JEWETT
He was the captain of Raleigh's flagship, the Destiny, an old seafarer, who in twenty years had lived a century of adventure.
Not only the terms of expression, but a distinct reference to a former voyage, indicated the writer to have been a seafarer.

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