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Captain Lis started her carrier at sea in 1989 as a junior seaman on a small gas tanker and ended her active duty in the cruise industry as Captain after almost 30 years at sea. 

She has now devoted herself to assist and help other young females in the maritime industry. 



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Thank you Capitana

Thank you Miss Lis

I want to give my feedback on the open forum TODAY. I was lucky to get a time there fit into my schedule,. It was indeed very helpful for me to just talk to a female there has been in my shoes. Sometimes we just need someone who listen. Maybe I was rambling but I cleared my mind and it felt good.

You're a really helpful internet site

Thank you Captain Liz

I'm grateful for the help I have got. Thank-you

Thanks to the team for making this forum

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