Taking the extra steps
to deliver our mission
We shall always take the extra steps to deliver our business mission to all those we serve.
Who We Are
Seacrest Maritime Management Inc. is a duly Licensed Manning Company under the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) authorization with its full license valid until March 29, 2024.
With full operations in early 2006,our company’s primary thrust is to provide our Clients a full range of Crew Management Services that is customized to the Principals crewing needs.
Mission & Vision
We are committed to :
Service to our various stakeholders
Empowerment of our officers and staff
Passion for excellence
Social service that will make our company a part of community and nation building.
We shall be the preferred business partner of our Clients in the area of crew management services and related maritime activities.
We shall conduct our business with honesty to our Clients and employees.
We shall be open to try new ideas and new way of doing things to constantly improve our services and enhance our company.
We shall give the best of our efforts in all the things that we do.
Seacrest Maritime Management Inc. is committed to provide globally qualified and competent seafarers compliant to STCW and MLC 2006 requirements to its various Principals.
Its Crewing Process is empowered by a Quality Management System which endeavors to comply with statutory and regulatory related requirements for its continual improvement and moreover for the satisfaction of the Principals.
Safety and Environmental Policy
SeaCrest Maritime Management,Inc. shall actively promote a culture of safety with its seafarers and employees thru regular training and safety briefings in partnership with its Principals and local authorities.
SeaCrest shall also actively participate in programs that will enhance the preservation of the environment.
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The Maritime Executive