Seas Your Future, run by the charity Adventure Under Sail, have been changing young lives through the power of the ocean since 2008.
‘As Pelican voyage crew members, young people from all backgrounds, aged between 14 and 25, embark on a voyage of self-discovery. They join us to learn from experts in Sail Training, explore the possibilities of a maritime career or pursue a passion for ocean science and environmental conservation. We’re looking for an enthusiastic expedition medic to cover the role of Volunteer Health and Welfare officer providing pastoral support and emergency health cover for coastal voyages around the United Kingdom and Ireland. Dates: 5th June – 20th Dublin – Dublin. Along with future voyages.
We will arrange and pay for travel, support arranging indemnity insurance and cover those expenses too.
You should be a UK registered doctor/nurse/paramedic registered in the UK, ideally with recent acute/emergency care experience. You will be supported virtually by our lead Health and Welfare Officer, plus the option of case discussion with our emergency care consultants as required from the Bristol Royal Infirmary NHS Trust.
A comprehensive medical kit Is provided on board, and all participants undergo pre-voyage health screening. To apply or for further information, please email Marc Robinson; Lead Health and Welfare officer.’
Contact: [email protected]
Ijmuiden in Germany for the start of Ocean College 5th oct – Tenerife 3ndNov
Tenerife 2nd Nov – Cape Verde 14th Nov
Cape Verde 13th Nov -British Virgin Islands 14th Dec Trans-Atlantic passage and Caribbean Island hopping
British Virgin Islands 13th Dec–31 Dec – Central America and Caribbean
Almirante in the Dominican Republic 28th Dec – Almirante Jan 21st – Ocean Colleges South American land-based program
Almirante 19th Jan – Bermuda 23rd Feb – Including Cuba
Bermuda 21st Feb – Dartmouth 31st March (includes Azores) Trans-Atlantic passage
Dartmouth 31st March – Bristol 18th (Includes return passage to Germany for the end of Ocean College”