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CREWING

 

CREWING

Fair Spirit Crewing provides ship operators with qualified crew members of all ranks, but we particularly specialize in recruiting seafarers for offshore oil & gas operations. We recruit hundreds of highly qualified seafarers on behalf of clients while simultaneously managing thousands of crew rotations every year for various management companies. Our crewing services are in sync with the latest STCW standards and our safety and quality management systems are certified by Bureau Veritas. At the same time, we are MLC 2006 compliant according to the latest international requirements.

Using a well established procedure of selection and onboarding, our crewing services can meet any kind of client requirement, from supply of a single crew member to the entire crew complement. Moreover, we are fully capable of providing the entire range of crew management services from a remote location on behalf of ship owners and managers. Our personnel are trained to meet every kind of professional challenge, and our commitment to training ensures that all deck and engine room personnel attend refresher courses to upgrade their skills and maintain a competitive edge in the maritime industry.

Fair Spirit Crewing offers offshore oil & gas operators with a potential competitive advantage in the global marketplace by empowering organizations with the ability to rapidly acquire the best people, reduce operational costs, and gain access to our proven expertise of developing just-in-time crew deployments. Our integrated solutions and HR strategies translate into tangible benefits for our clients.

Our approach to offshore crewing combines a comprehensive transformation of the recruitment function of any vessel owning or management company with a collaborative approach in order to ensure our clients get hassle free recruitment each time, every time. We evaluate and modify the recruitment process to improve business outcomes based on an in-depth understanding of manning trends in the perpetually changing maritime economy.