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We are proud to have taken home the Newcomer of The Year award from CrewConnect Global 2019. WellAtSea continues to motivate crew across the world on how to enhance their physical and mental well-being. We are happy to grow and share our work with the rest of the community.
A pilot study was conducted for the BW Group from June 2018 to March 2019 across 400 seafarers on-board 19 vessels. The project aimed to increase the engagement, mental resilience, physical fitness and socialization of crew. Initial findings showed us that there was a decrease in smoking, hypertension, and the overweight / obese population. Through […]
The program is helpful for all the crew onboard as they are enthusiastically participating in the event regularly. All the members are enrolled in the system [sic] and are updating the progress while accepting and performing the challenges mentioned on the site. I can see that all crew are voluntarily coming forward to improve their […]
This is rather an appreciation message than a feedback on the [program] onboard [vessel name]. When we were given the orientation seminar about the “Wellness Program” back in Manila, two things came in to my head. First, this program is “impossible” to implement and, no one will ever dedicate so much time onboard for this […]
Personally, I was able to quit my smoking habit and got time to visit gym from time to time. With the company’s policy of minimizing the alcohol consumption, wellness program played a role in diverting some idle time into a productive one.
Now that I [have] joined the program some changes [have taken place such as] in my weight. Before [the program] I [weighed] 77 kg, [6 months after, I am] now 71 kg, I [have] also [started] doing this meditation every end of the day before going to bed and it [has] helped me relax my […]