Either you need to employ a few seafarers or full crew compliments, Good Winds is able to assist with both, bringing to the table our complete set of professional services.

We provide management services for a wide range of vessels including:

  • Container Vessels (from feeders to ultra large containers)
  • Cruise Vessels/Yachts
  • Offshore vessels:
    • offshore support vessels
    • platform supply vessels
    • AHTS vessels
    • TUGS
    • Survey vessels
  • Multipurpose and Heavy Lift Vessels
  • General Cargo Vessels
  • Bulk carriers
  • Ro-Ro vessels

With usual services, but not limited to:

  • Crew management, screening, long term planning, performance monitoring
  • Crew wage accounting and payments
  • Insurance, P&I
  • Air tickets
  • Local transport
  • Accommodation
  • Visas and Flag states docs
  • Officers
  • Engineers
  • Petty Officers
  • Ratings
  • Repair Teams specialized for engine or deck repairs
  • Cadets with an original cost efficient training program
  • Shore-based specialists and technicians
  • Auxiliary personnel for yachts and cruiser vessels

Through our business partnership and local maritime training facilities, we can assist with:

  • Maritime courses (mandatory STCW courses, optional courses, vocational courses)
  • Maritime-Harbour courses
  • Inland Navigation courses
  • Offshore courses (DP induction and advanced, BOSIET, FOET, HUET, FHUET)
  • In-house trainings (tailor made courses)
  • Special qualification courses
  • Seminars and conferences
How can we help you?

Contact us at the GOOD WINDS Marine Services office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.

I am really grateful that I had the opportunity to work in a professional and hardworking team as the one found here at GOOD WINDS Marine Services. During my short but rewarding time as an apprentice here in the office I have gathered knowledge and experience through the guidance and assistance of really dedicated people.

Andreea Stoicescu
Trainee, GOOD WINDS Marine Services

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