Sail Lanka Charter creates history, welcomes first ‘Female Crew Members’
Sail Lanka Charter has reached a historic milestone by introducing female crew members to serve on their fleet of catamarans, the first to do so in Sri Lanka’s marine tourism landscape. This groundbreaking move signifies a major step towards promoting gender equality, empowerment, respect, and diversity within the industry.
Reflecting on this significant achievement, Mario Stubbs, Managing Director of Sail Lanka Charter, shared “We are immensely proud to announce the inclusion of our first female crew members. This achievement speaks not only to our dedication to creating unforgettable maritime experiences but also to our commitment to fostering gender equality and diversity within an industry traditionally dominated by men.”
“Sail Lanka Charter has evolved beyond simply exploring the breathtaking beauty of Sri Lanka’s coastlines; it now stands for embracing the values of empowerment and respect for all. These talented women, with their diverse backgrounds and expertise, will bring their unique skills and perspectives to our team.”
“We are confident that their dedication and attention to detail will enhance the overall guest experience, and our bespoke training ensures they deliver world-class service on board.”
Sail Lanka Charter is poised to demonstrate their commitment to diversity and empowerment through the introduction of well-compensated positions for its female crew members. This bold step not only exemplifies Sail Lanka Charter’s dedication to fostering gender equality but also aims to dismantle the historical barriers that have long hindered female representation in this field.
Sail Lanka Charter has served as a trusted provider of unforgettable sea voyages along Sri Lanka’s breathtaking coastlines for numerous years. Their cruises, spanning the enchanting south, east, north, and west coasts of the island, have become synonymous with the perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and unparalleled comfort.
Passengers aboard Sail Lanka Charter’s fleet of 10 yachts have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the stunning landscapes and pristine beaches that span Sri Lanka’s 1,340-kilometer coastline and ten national parks.
This unparalleled experience is made even more special by the chance to witness the island’s rich wildlife, with an abundance of marine life, including whales, dolphins, tropical fish, and corals in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
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