Fatigue at sea is an issue that has seen increased attention from both the maritime and research communities (HORIZON 2010; International Transport Federation 2010; Nautical Institute 2010). Long working hours, unpredictable weather conditions and complex legislative challenges all contribute towards an industry that is susceptible to fatigue and it’s associated consequences – which can be disastrous (Marine Accident Investigation Branch 2004). The 5 year Cardiff University seafarers’ fatigue project (Smith, Allen et al. 2006) used a wide variety of investigative methods including onboard performance testing, questionnaire surveys and logbooks. Four years on from the publication of the study, new ways were sought to disseminate the research findings.