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Increase corporate welfare


Services for the acquisition, development, and engagement on ships


To promote Comprehensive Welfare of the crews


Custom-designed training programmes. Our featured course is Onboard Wellbeing


Personalised mentoring sessions for the personal and professional development of seafarers

The impact of stress on productivity

The unique conditions of the maritime sector, now aggravated by the global pandemic, have helped shipping companies become increasingly aware of the psychophysical and social health of their crews. This sector has witnessed a scenario that the UN describes as a deep humanitarian crisis, which has contributed to a major increase in the number of suicides on board. Unlike other industries, a significant percentage of seafarers (80%) experience occasional to frequent stress, and 60% of them suffer stress to a moderate or high degree, according to a survey carried out by the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

of the seafarers experience occasional to frequent stress at sea
of them suffer stress in the moderate to high category

These indicators have a direct impact on a company's performance, productivity and competitiveness

Therefore, despite the particular limitations of the maritime industry's work environment, it is necessary for the sector to have strategies that contribute to reducing the impact that stressors have individually on the health of each crew member. All in all, the company’s success depends to a large extent on the wellbeing of their employees.

Sea Wellbeing promotes occupational health and prevention of occupational risks, protecting the physical and mental integrity of each worker. Therefore, this helps integrate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into the maritime sector, enhancing the interest of seafarers in continuing to work aboard the shipowner's ships.

How do we achieve this?


To promote the best results, our services can be flexibly combined:

Talent recruitment and engagement services

Aimed to increase corporate well-being and reduce the turnover of staff on each ship

Annual Comprehensive Welfare Plans

They include personalized monitoring of the needs on each vessel to ensure ongoing improvement

Training programs

They are structured in individual modules with a wide range of topics, so they are flexible and adaptable. Our featured course is: Onboard Wellbeing

Personalized online mentoring sessions

Aimed to promote the personal and professional development of seafarers on board their ships

Our added value


All of our programmes are custom-designed to fit the circumstances and objectives of each company and its crews


At Sea Wellbeing we rely on a team of professionals with extensive experience in the maritime sector who are also experts in human resources and/or health sciences

International presence

We are located in different continents to facilitate our availability worldwide and to provide cover for flags from any nation

Benefits for companies and seafarers


Increased balance and wellbeing of seafarers (confidence, morale and self-esteem). Positive Healthy Organizations


Increased productivity and effectiveness of teams

Corporate wellbeing

Decrease in absenteeism, presenteeism and onboard staff rotation. Improved engagement

Working environment

Better working atmosphere. Positive psychological capital of the seafarers


Improved onboard communication

Working relations

Better-quality relations between seafarers and land-based staff


Prevention of occupational hazards and decrease in the number of incidents


Overall reduction of the potential environmental impact

Minor costs

Significant cost saving of health-related sick leave and incidents

Sea Wellbeing helps companies align their Corporate Social Responsibility strategies with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

SDGs of United Nations