Seychelles Maritime Safety Authority gets new chief executive and deputy |01 September 2023
Captain Daniel Adam is the new chief executive of the Seychelles Maritime Safety Authority and Andy Gobine is the deputy chief executive. Both appointments take effect as of today, September 1, 2023, the Office of the President announced yesterday.
Capt Adam holds a Master’s degree in Port Management from the Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom.
He has an extensive experience in marine operations. He started his career in 2008 as chief officer onboard an oil/chemical tanker with the Seychelles Petroleum Company Ltd and in February 2013 he was promoted to captain, a post he occupied until September 2022.
Meanwhile, Mr Gobine holds a Master’s degree in Art, Leadership and Strategic Management from the National University of Ireland. He has over 23 years of working experience in the public service and the private sector.
Prior to his appointment as deputy chief executive of the Seychelles Maritime Safety Authority, Mr Gobine was occupying the post of operations manager in a private firm.
Press release from the Office of the President