We believe in contributing to the welfare of society on a global basis and see it as the most important foundation for all the work that we do.  Some of our voluntary work has included helping the International Chamber of Shipping  promote a UN Humanitarian Assistance Zone in the Mediterranean. This work has including brokering important meetings with the United Nations. We have also intervened on behalf of citizens in difficulties abroad, including in the United States and China. We have also stood up for fundamental rights under the Irish Constitution and under the European Convention on Human Rights in respect of maritime tragedy investigation.

The Whiddy Island Disaster- High Court Action

Whiddy Island Disaster Go Fundme Webpage. French Translation . 02.08.2019_


For further reading please see:

Irish Times 25 April 2016 ‘Humanitarian zone needed to stop refugee drownings

Tanker Shipping and Trade 18 May 2016 ‘Tanker owners: Time to back a humanitarian zone off North Africa


We also believe wholeheartedly in the protection of human rights.


For further reading please see:


July 2018 Hope for Irish man Keith Byrne as top international lawyer gets involved in case Lawyer urges US to reconsider deporting Irish man

May 2018 Talk Westminster ‘Plastics in the Ocean’

November 2017 Lloyd’s Agency

Irish World 14 June 2016Europe really does protect our fundamental rights

Southern Star 19 June 2016Goleen’s Kingston joins forces with Gareth Peirce on Brexit

Irish Times 20 June 2016The UK must stay in EU to protect rights

We have also helped to raise money for important projects, such as Bantry General Hospital and Cork Air Ambulance.

We have also been involved in protecting some of our most important seafaring landmarks feature in the Irish Times and Southern Star in bid to save Fastnet Light.