Starlink proves transformative in improving connectivity and crew wellbeing.
Our September issue of LeaderShip magazine is now out and packed full of the latest news about Anglo-Eastern, decarbonisation, innovation, dual-fuel vessels, how we assisted in the global FSO Safer salvage effort, plus two incredible stories of rescues at sea.
Anglo-Eastern is in pole position to drive this major transformation across our managed fleet, with our first formal installations of Starlink’s maritime broadband service celebrated in March. Part of a preliminary order, the initial lucky dozen comprised vessels of various ship types and trading patterns in order to trial the service across a number of scenarios before broader roll-out in the months ahead.
This February 21-23 saw the much anticipated return of our signature Anglo-Eastern Mumbai Conference – a three-day networking and knowledge-sharing extravaganza for officers, owners, and managers. The global pandemic may have held us back for four years, but there was no stopping us this time from hosting our biggest, boldest, and best conference yet!
Anglo-Eastern recognised as India’s leading foreign employer of seafarers and educator of cadets at this year’s diamond jubilee celebrations.
For the first time in our 50-year history, Anglo-Eastern took part in one of the world’s largest cruise industry events: Seatrade Cruise Global.
With our acquisition of the CMI group comes a third-party fleet comprising 12 expedition class vessels that are as tough and durable as they are comfortable and luxurious, allowing passengers to explore less travelled waters in safety and style.
We were extremely proud to officially launch Anglo-Eastern Women of Seas (AWOS) during the Mumbai Conference, with a one-day workshop for female seafarers and cadets on February 22nd.
After more than 25 years at the same address, our Canadian office decided it was time to follow the lead of our Hong Kong and Antwerp offices by relocating to more modern premises. Still located in the city of Pointe-Claire on the Island of Montreal, the new office space is a definite step up and ‘move’ in the right direction.
Anglo-Eastern’s flagship maritime training centre in Mumbai celebrated the grand opening of its new premises at Leela Business Park in Andheri East on October 11th. The new training space is home to Anglo-Eastern Maritime Training Centre (AEMTC) Mumbai and the associated partner facilities of MAN PrimeServ, WinGD and Wärtsilä.