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Why seafarers value having a ‘friend’ in port

Dr Esteban Pacha, acting chair of the trustees of Apostleship of the Sea, writes exclusively for Splash today. Hardly a day goes by that seafarers’ wellbeing and mental health doesn’t crop up in conversation. They were seldom discussed when I was a seafarer in the 80s and 90s, so what has changed? Globalisation has separated […]

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Dr Esteban Pacha, acting chair of the trustees of Apostleship of the Sea, writes exclusively for Splash today. Hardly a day goes by that seafarers’ wellbeing and mental health doesn’t crop up in conversation. They were seldom discussed when I was a seafarer in the 80s and 90s, so what has changed? Globalisation has separated […]

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