Day of the Seafarer: Since June 25 is the Day before the Seafarer, get ready to cruise. This day is dedicated to all sailors, including members of the Coast Guard, Navies, fishing crews, marine biologists, and cruise ship captains. This day is for you if your employment frequently involves contact with salt water. The Egyptian pharaoh Snefru funded the earliest recorded sea journey, which took place in 3200 BCE (he also built at least three pyramids during his reign).
Since shipping commodities by water is by far the most economical method, it accounts for more than 90% of all trade today.
People from all walks of life continue to go to the water to study the world, and oceanographers and marine biologists from every nation have devoted their lives to understanding more about the ocean depths.
Activities Related To The World Day Of The Seafarer
Visit the Coast Guard station closest to you:
You might think about stopping by a Coast Guard base if you reside nearby. This is a wonderful chance to congratulate the Coast Guard for doing such a good job as well as understand more about what they do. (In that circumstance, baked products are usually fine.) You can always donate money online if you do not even live close to a Coast Guard station.
Watch a movie or read a book on living at sea:
Even if Titanic is a masterpiece, it could be time to explore lesser-known tales. Maritime stories are always full of drama, from heartbreaking disaster tales like The Triple Whammy or The Poseidon Expedition to high-stakes escapades like The Greatest Hours or Jewel Island. And now, isn’t it time you saw Jaws once more?
Donate to a maritime charity:
Other organizations besides the Coast Guard receive funds. The Family Help Project offers support and help to the families of sailors, whereas Ocean Conservancy is an international organization devoted to preserving and repairing the surrounding waters and the animals that inhabit them. There are also dozens of additional causes; which ones do you favor?