Deciphering Broadband at Sea:
The Series


Deciphering Broadband at Sea:
The Series

NO. 3 IN THE SERIES

Connectivity – A Critical Element in Seafarer Recruitment and Retention

Seafarers want to be in contact with home as regularly and affordably as possible. While there has been a moral and regulatory imperative to provide a link to families and home, there is a clear commercial driver, too – without connectivity, owners and operators are struggling to recruit and retain high quality and well trained officers and crew. Find out how fleets that provide connectivity now and in the future will gain a vital competitive advantage in the commercial maritime industry.

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  • Understanding What Seafarers Want And How It Grants a Competitive Advantage

  • How Expectations Are Being Driven by Digital Natives

  • Digital Connections and Crew Welfare

  • Key Strategies to Provide Effective and Affordable Crew Connectivity

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The "Deciphering Broadband at Sea" Series

Fleet operators, IT managers, HR directors: The “Deciphering Broadband at Sea” Series is designed to help you in your maritime broadband decision-making process. In this series, learn: 
  • Strategies for making bandwidth available for every onboard need
  • The real costs of Internet access at sea
  • How connectivity affects recruitment and retention of seafarers
  • How to develop a realistic assessment of your onboard SATCOM needs
  • And much more
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The "Deciphering Broadband at Sea" Series

Fleet operators, IT managers, HR directors: The “Deciphering Broadband at Sea” series is designed to help you in your maritime broadband decision-making process. In this series, learn: 
  • Strategies for making bandwidth available for every onboard need
  • The real costs of Internet access at sea
  • How connectivity affects recruitment and retention of seafarers
  • How to develop a realistic assessment of your onboard SATCOM needs
  • And much more
captain