The Council of American Master Mariners, Inc.


Page last updated on Fri, Apr 29, 2016


CAMM Resolution 2016-01
The Council of American Master Mariners, Inc. expresses its dismay and disappointment as to the proceedings against Captain Apostoulos Mangorous and his acts in command of the MV Prestige.

CAMM AGM attendees drafted and passed Resolution 2016-01 at the Annual General Meeting on April 22, 2016.

CAMM 2016 in Portland, Oregon

Maintaining a Viable American Merchant Marine
Thank you to those who attended CAMM’s annual Professional Development Conference and Annual General Meeting. The speakers at this year’s Conference were high ranking officers from Maritime Labor and U.S. Flag shipping companies who are working to maintain an American Merchant Marine.

Video coverage of the Professional Development Conference and Lalonde Spirit of the Seas Award Recipient Captain John A.C. Cartner, Ph.D., will soon be posted online at Maritime TV logo

Sidelights April 2016 out now!

View from the Bridge
President Captain R.J. Klein challenges the membership to be a viable Council in the 21st century, continuing the theme of CAMM’s 2016 AGM: Maintaining a Viable American Merchant Marine in the 21st Century.

Download the April 2016 Issue now. (PDF format, 5.56 MB - low res)

Did you know?
If you are a active seagoing Master and a member of CAMM, you are automatically a member of the International Federation of Ship Masters Association (IFSMA). CAMM pays your membership dues. This entitles you to contact IFSMA for support if needed. It is also your voice at IMO. Since 1975 IFSMA has had Consultative Status at IMO as a non-governmental organization (NGO). This allows IFSMA to represent the views and protect the interests of seagoing Shipmasters. Check out the link to IFSMA on CAMM’s website for more information.