Safety at Sea magazine wants to hear from you, the seafarer, about the most important issues impacting crew today.
 
This month's survey is on shore leave. Being able to leave the ship while at port to get some much needed recreational time is not only key to maintaining good mental wellbeing after weeks of being cooped up on board but it is a fundamental right. However, regulations and faster turnaround times in ports due to industry pressures is eroding precious shore leave. We want to know how these issues might be impacting you. All information you provide will remain anonymous. 
The results from the survey will appear in the November issue of Safety at Sea. The questionnaire will close on the 24th October.
 

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* 1. Have you ever been denied shore leave?

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* 2. How much leisure time do you get during shore leave?

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* 3. Have terminal access restrictions prevented you from getting shore leave?

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* 4. Is there a specific country where you encounter more problems with shore leave?

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* 5. Do you think improved technology is eroding the time you get for shore leave?


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* 6. Are there leisure/entertainment facilities at or near to most port you visit?

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* 7. What is the longest you have gone without shore leave for?

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* 8. What is the most important reason to you for getting shore leave?

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* 9. Do you believe that regulations go far enough to ensure you get regular shore leave?

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* 10. If you would like to be added to our mailing list for future Safety at Sea surveys please provide contact details (your information will remain anonymous)

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