Applications are invited from qualified returning students for the 2020 NPESC Fall and Winter bursaries. CLICK HERE for more details.
“The Sea” is a quarterly publication put out by The Mission to Seafarers. You can read a copy of the Fall 2020 edition by CLICKING HERE.
The July edition of our newsletter “Seatimes” is now available. It is our 25th anniversary edition and, as always packed with interesting articles. As a bonus, this special edition also includes a copy of our very first Seatimes newsletter from 25 years ago.
The May edition of “Seatimes” is now available to download and read.
As always this provides a great read and is packed with interesting articles including “The ship that ran backwards”…
The March 2020 edition of our Seatimes publication is now available for download by clicking here.
Past editions can be accessed by clicking on the “Seatimes” link in the main menu bar at the top of the page.
Applications are now invited from qualified students for the spring 2020 NPESC bursaries.
There will be two C$1,500 bursaries awarded to applicants enrolled in Nautical Science or Marine Engineering courses of a minimum length of 250 hours at a training institution approved by Transport Canada and registered with the British Columbia government.
These bursaries have been made possible by the generous contribution of Captain Harry Allen and also from other endowment funds Income
To make an application, CLICK HERE
Please note that the deadline for applications is April 30th 2020
There will very likely be another competition in the fall of 2020 with more Bursaries being offered. If you are not successful at this spring event, we encourage you to re-apply in the fall.
As always, the successful candidates are required to write to the Society after one year, to inform us of their progress and how the award was used. Such letters may be used in the Society’s newsletter or website”.
The International Sailors Society of Canada are now accepting applications for their 2020 Bursaries.
CLICK HERE for more details.
On Thursday February 6th, it was our pleasure to be able to make a book award to Master 150GT student, Thierry Lefebvre-Lepage, at the Western Maritime Institute campus in Ladysmith, Vancouver Island. In the attached photograph Thierry accepts his award (the DOKMAR international Collision Regulations Guide Book) from Captains Stan Bowles and Joachim Ruether of the NPESC.