“See that line where the sky meets the sea. It calls me.” – Moana

Many of us make a living by going to sea. Sometimes life gets in the way though, requiring us to be at home, or maybe, we just need to make a change.

After taking an extended break from a role offshore, how easy it is to pack up for sea and head out for several weeks or months at a time?

Today, listen to the founder of Women Offshore, Ally Cedeno, interview Lieutenant Commander Fionna Boyle, a USCG Unlimited Tonnage Second Mate and Naval Reserve Officer. Fionna went back to sea after she spent several years in shore-side roles with the Navy. Find out what motivated her to make the change, how that first hitch went, and what she is looking forward to next.

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About The Author: Women Offshore

The Women Offshore Foundation is an online organization and resource center for a diverse workforce on the water. Its mission is to propel women into meaningful careers through access to a worldwide community and professional development resources, while raising awareness amongst industry leaders and decision makers about issues affecting women on the water. Contact Women Offshore today: hello@womenoffshore.org.

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