SeaFolks.com – Social Network for Sea Lovers
There’s a social network for dogs, several actually, there are a few old timers, and there’s even a social network for those who hate social networks, so why not one for merchant navy officers? SeaFolks is dedicated to sea lovin’, navy folk from all over the globe. The site offers info on navigation nautical studies, cruise ships, international shipping companies, maritime shore jobs and of course the merchant navy, among others.
SeaFolks sticks to the staple social functions: blogs, forums, photos, and groups. Users can vote and comment on each other’s profiles, and photos. Photos from the public gallery may be embedded in profiles and blogs across the web.
SeaFolks.com In Their Own Words
“Add one part of dedication, one part of passion & one part of knowledge, mix it well with the merchant navy profession, add a cream of humbleness & then what comes out are the real SeaFolks!
We are a bunch of merchant navy officers and sea lovers from all over the world, who are set to make a beautiful den here. Do you think you have what it takes to be a real Sea Folk? Just give us your hand by registering and see how easy it gets to go great distances…”
Why SeaFolks.com It Might Be A Killer
Being in the merchant navy can be grueling and at times lonely, I imagine, which makes SeaFolks especially relevant. Though the site is rather simple right now, it could attract quite a few people looking to share tales of the sea and to meet others in the same line of work.
Some Questions About SeaFolks.com
The site really needs a redesign—it looks rather slap dash. More features: messaging, friends, a section dedicated to sea stories would be interesting, also perhaps a category for finding jobs and for advice.