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Can I register and search for employment onboard a ship through Ceyline?
Please use the Contact Us page form or visit our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ceylineshipping. You could also call over at our office during office hours.
Are you employing seafarers for passenger vessels?
Yes, we do employ seafarers for passenger ships. The positions available are mainly for hotel/catering staff. Additionally, we also recruit crew for luxury yachts. Vacancies exist for both male and female candidates.
What is the minimum qualification needed to obtain employment on a ship?
W/K certificate/ COC (for officers and engineers), STCW safety course certificates, valid CDC and passport.
Are you a multinational Company?
No, we are a Sri Lankan company.
Is Ceyline a branch of a foreign Company?
No, Ceyline is a Sri-Lankan company. We represent foreign companies as their manning agent in Sri Lanka.
Is there any age limit for a rating to join a ship through your Company?
Yes. The age varies from position to position. We mainly employ experienced candidates who are middle aged (35 years and above) for positions such as Bosun, AB , Fitter and Cook. However, depending on experience (which consists of continuous sailing), older candidates may be considered.
Does Ceyline Shipping provide training to join a ship?
Training of all categories of seafarers is carried out by the CINEC Maritime Campus. Candidates would need contact CINEC on their own. However, we would be pleased to provide guidance in case you prefer to contact us.
I am a school leaver. I wish to be a Captain of a ship one day. Can you please guide me?
CINEC will provide you with this information. For more details, please visit www.cinec.edu. However, you may contact us for advice in case you prefer to speak to us.
Do females have any career path through your Company?
Yes. We are currently recruiting females as stewardesses on board luxury yachts and passenger cruise liners.