Our women at sea
We believe that gender inclusion and equality in the workplace is a necessary business imperative.
With a community of more than 24,000 seafarers and some 1,000 shore-based professionals one thing is clear: we value our human capital. We are focused on supporting the success and development of our people and creating an inclusive and supportive working environment for our talent to thrive.
Each of us and our organisations is stewards for the future. We are each tasked with leaving the world a better place than that which we inherited. Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing our world today, preventing this. We will continue to stay committed to robust climate action involving decarbonisation of the maritime industry, and a collective, industry-led approach to zero emissions. We need to invest for the future and now is the time. Harry Banga
Chairman and CEO
The Caravel Group
We strive to create a safe and healthy working environment for our people from ship to shore. The safety of our seafarers and minimizing accidents onboard is our top priority and we achieve this goal through training, and robust processes and safety management systems.
As an environmentally responsible company, we are committed to supporting the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) and other environmental requirements, complying with applicable marine environmental protection requirements, improving energy efficiency, and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from our managed vessels.
As a responsible corporate citizen, it is important that we invest in the health and wellbeing of the communities in which we operate. We care deeply about the health of our communities, and we support organisations and initiatives through corporate contributions and long-term partnerships driven primarily through The Caravel Foundation (the charitable arm of our parent company, The Caravel Group).