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Latest From Michael Grey
Is there anything that will make the bulk of the population think more benevolently about the ships upon which they must depend to keep the lights on and their stomachs filled?
Should we be surprised by increased mental illness afloat and a rise in seafarer suicides, considering the way we expect crews to live these days?
The explosion in ship sizes has led to people having to take a lot of risks in waters never designed for such giants
There are lessons to be learnt about the power of wind and tide to render even big modern ships helpless
You may think people who choose to live near ports would have realised that they might be close to ships. But that does not stop them complaining about the very same activity that contributes so much to the quality of their lives
There are huge numbers of marine industry careers that ought to be started as a part of an apprenticeship process