Who We Are

Eurasian Maritime Corporation (EMC)

     Is a Sea-based Manning Agency located in Mandaue City,
Cebu, Philippines, With the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC)
and is fully licensed with the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency
(POEA) License No. POEA-061-SB-111011-R.

(EMC) has met all legal requirements enabling her to engage in the
recruitment and deployment of Filipino citizens as crew
for foreign registered vessels.

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OUR SERVICE


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WORLD CLASS CREW

Eurasian Maritime Career provides crews, officers and alumni with job placement support to ensure that they have the best opportunities in the market for their maritime career.

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Crew Management

Apart from our rich database and wide pool of seafarers for various types of vessels, Eurasian Maritime Corp has built through the years a strong foundation of expertise in the field of crew manning operations.

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Account Services

Our sophisticated accounting structure ensures seamless integration of the ship-principal-manning agency triangle which accomplishes the most accurate and timely administration of all seafarers’ financial transactions.

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Support

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We Value Our Clients

Clients, welcome to the page intended for us to serve you better. Registration is required if you wish to view our growing database of highly qualified and competent crew for the yachting industry. To start the registration process, please click the button below.

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News & Updates


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EURASIAN MARITIME CORPORATION

10TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

"An organization, no matter how well designed, is only as good as the people who live and work in it".



PHILHEALTH ADVISORY


MMG ADVISORY as of 26-NOV-2019

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PHILIPPINE CREW ARRIVAL PROCEDURE


In lieu with the Advisory regarding Philippine Travel Advisory, the country is currently in incremental transition. There are selected regions/areas still into Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) while others are already decreasing their restrictions. All domestic flights and inter-island travel are still not available. As of 11 May 2020 all arriving Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWS) are mandated to undergo Swab Test for COVID19 upon arrival at the airport as well as 14-days quarantine procedure in an approved quarantine facility/hotels while waiting for the result. If tested positive, they will be forwarded and endorsed to hospitals. The cost and accommodation of the quarantine facility will be shouldered by the vessel/principal. Quarantined crew will only be allowed to return home upon receipt of the clearance certificate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine. Please be guided accordingly.

Thank you and let us all be safe!

Advance Information on the New Premium Contribution

In view of the effectivity of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Universal Health Care Law, this is an advance information that the new premium contribution of all Direct Contributors shall take effect beginning the applicable month of December 2019 onwards. The PhilHealth Circular on the Contribution Schedule will be published on November 22, 2019 in two major newspapers of general circulation.

For more information, you may access the UHC-IRR link.

Reference URL: https://www.doh.gov.ph/sites/default/files/health_magazine/UHC-IRR-signed.pdf
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Philippine Travel Advisory

Reference: Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Advisory via NAIA MIAA FB Page
Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) inbound international flights to be allowed on assigned days. Starting on May 11, inbound international charter and commercial flights landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) will have assigned days. In a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) released by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Operations Center, inbound International chartered flights will only be allowed to land on Mondays and Thursdays provided they secure a clearance from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and CAAP for slotting purposes. Meanwhile, inbound international commercial flights (scheduled) will be allowed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays provided they secure approval from CAAP 48 hours before the scheduled departure from the airport of origin for the necessary slotting and rescheduling of flights in order to subscribe to the 400 passengers per day capacity of NAIA. Enroute flights experiencing emergency, ferry flights/cargo flights, air ambulance and medical supplies flights, government military flights, weather mitigation flights, maintenance flights, and outbound ferry flights/cargo flights with passengers, as authorized, are unrestricted and are not covered by the NOTAM The restrictions, which will last a month, from May 11 to June 10, is going to be implemented in NAIA only.

Please be guided accordingly.

14
July
Local News

Why are coronavirus cases still increasing in the Philippines?

The Department of Health continues to stress it is essential

Over 3 months into the coronavirus pandemic, the reported caseload of infections in the Philippines jumped to record numbers in the last two weeks. The development has prompted the Department of Health (DOH) to renew its call to the public to be stricter in following health protocols.

14
July
Local News

AFP renames key positions, military chief gets additional designation

defense department wants 'to instill the culture of jointness within the AFP

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) has renamed key positions and added a new designation for the military chief as part of efforts to make the institution "more responsive to current and future non-conventional threats," a military spokesperson said on Monday, July 13.

14
July
International News

Coronavirus warning from Italy: Effects of COVID-19 could be worse than first thought

Infection rates have lessened but Italy is seeing the long-term effects

The long-term effects of COVID-19, even on people who suffered a mild infection, could be far worse than was originally anticipated, according to researchers and doctors in northern Italy.

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