• Crew Tips for Better Rest and Sleep

    Posted: 5th November 2019 | Written by: John Breese

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    While working onboard a superyacht is an extremely exciting proposition, it also comes with certain challenges – one of the most important being disruptions to your sleep schedule, which is bound to be an irregular one on board.
  • Crew Tips for Avoiding Injury Onboard

    Posted: 30th October 2019 | Written by: Reni Horvath

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    While working onboard a superyacht sounds like a fantastic opportunity to travel the seas and explore the world, beyond the surface there’s a lot of hard work. Crew can easily be on their feet for up to 16 hours a day, with owners and guests who expect nothing less than the highest standards.
  • Let's Talk About Mental Health at Sea

    Posted: 10th October 2019 | Written by: Naomi Chadderton

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    World Mental Health Day is celebrated every year on October 10th to encourage open conversations about mental health conditions which is extremely important because let’s face it, even though working at sea onboard a superyacht might sound like the dream job to many, the mental and physical strain that comes with it often goes unseen.
  • Mindfulness Trends in the Workplace

    Posted: 4th September 2019 | Written by: Karine Rayson

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    In today’s industry, high crew turnover is increasingly becoming a problem. Largely a result of burnout or interpersonal conflict among crew, it’s necessary that heads of departments are better equipped in implementing strategies to help mitigate against mental health risks, toxic working relationships and crew turnover.
  • Managing Your Mental Health Onboard

    Posted: 29th August 2019 | Written by: Karen Passman

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    The mental health of seafarers is a hot topic and, with greater understanding of its impact in the workplace, the superyacht industry is taking stock. With one in four people struggling with poor mental health at some point in their lives, there’s growing consensus that we should do more to support crew and spread awareness of the help available in times of need.
  • Mental Health Handbook from The Crew Coach

    Posted: 23rd June 2019 | Written by: Karine Rayson

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    Recently, the Life is for Living event took place in Palma, an event championed by yacht crew and local business owners to raise awareness of mental health in the yachting industry. To share this information more widely, I've compiled a Mental Health Handbook as a practical guide for crew and shore based professionals.
  • Calls for Crew Wellbeing to be Enshrined in Law

    Posted: 13th June 2019 | Written by: Helen Kelly - Nautilus Int.

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    As shocking statistics on seafarer suicides and depression are published, calls are growing for crew wellbeing to be linked with ship safety and included in international regulations. Meanwhile, shipowners are being urged to improve onboard internet access, as an increasing body of research underlines the importance of connectivity in combatting loneliness and isolation. Helen Kelly of Nautilus International reports.
  • New Year, New You - The Power of Sankalpa

    Posted: 2nd January 2018 | Written by: Noona Ayres - Revitalize

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    As we enter a new year it’s the perfect time to take stock of those areas of our lives where we want to achieve greater balance. To do this we need a quiet, honest review of our current lifestyle but even then it's not easy to implement change. In particular, New Year’s resolutions rarely last, usually because we’ve set unrealistic goals but here's a remedy to strengthen your resolve.
  • Lower Stress With Better Breathing

    Posted: 10th May 2017 | Written by: Noona Ayres

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    As we enter the yachting season in the Med, whether you’re working on a busy charter yacht or based in an office, we all know stress can take its toll on our health and sense of wellbeing. But if we can’t reduce the workload, we can at least adopt healthy habits to reduce our stress and the simplest and most effective strategy concerns the way we breathe.
  • Crew Health: The Benefits of Fish Oils

    Posted: 26th March 2017 | Written by: Rudi Keil

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    In today’s world we are exposed to such an overload of information when it comes to health and wellness, with endless studies declaring new rules on what we should eat. Fortunately things are pretty clear when it comes to fish oils and there’s hardly a practitioner out there who would dispute the benefits to our health.
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