YOUNGSHIP TANZANIA PROFILE

Education of the public and education within maritime circles to take the industry forward technologically and to protect and identify maritime heritage.

ABOUT YOUNG SHIP TANZANIA 


Young Ship Tanzania is a non-profit society branch under Young Ship International (YSI), which provides networking platform for professionals from maritime and related industry. We strive to reinvent how people get together in the Tanzania maritime industry and we speak out for the young people in shipping. If you are keen to make new friends, why not join us?


 After all, it is all about shipping and people. Young ship International (YSI) have currently over 3,000 members across 20 different global branches, from different companies across the maritime industry, covering ship owners, brokers, operators, financial institutions, insurance, technical and judicial consultants. 


Our goal is to enhance interactions and promoting education in shipping, and contribute to make Tanzania the shipping hubs in the world. 
Our activities are primarily supported by the various sponsoring companies, and we appreciate their continuous support to our initiatives. 

If you’re interested in joining our team, we’d love to hear from you.We’re always keen to meet people who share our values and our passion for delivery. 

We look for people with a forward-thinking mindset, a creative approach and a commitment to doing the right thing. So if that sounds like you and you’re an experienced specialist, a strategic thinker and a strong leader please do get in touch.

 
WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES? 
The Young Ship Tanzania wishes to reach out to people who know little or nothing about the industry. It is largely a low profile industry with little known about it by the world at large both in terms of historic and contemporary knowledge, and also in terms of the vast and useful service it provides to every one of us. 
However, when the industry does get coverage in the press, this tends to be in the wake of an accident or disaster, and is therefore for the wrong reasons.


 Problems and disasters create a negative impression.

This lack of knowledge is perceived to create problems for the industry as a whole, making it difficult for it to take control of its destiny, to promote maritime heritage and to attract the dynamic young talent that it needs. 
Our vision is Education.
Education of the public and education within maritime circles to take the industry forward technologically and to protect and identify maritime heritage.