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American Presidential Lines Edition
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GIF my google photos app made a while back
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Interesting bit of news regarding contract negotiations at local tug outfit

https://www.ilwu.org/foss-tug-crews-fight-for-fair-contract-at-lalong-beach/
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>>1041823
>>1041825
>>1041827
Nice pics but can you show your paystub please? Thanks.
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Every general has at least one sperg.
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>>1041823
How do I into maritime employment?
Is it worth it?
Seems cozy as heck.
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This is the boat I worked on last summer, the Lady Washington. After a couple years of seasonal gigs on traditional sailing vessels I finally earned enough sea time to qualify for my AB and 100 ton. Any advice on what to do next? Where to go to school?
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>>1041825

Once the new Gerald Desmond is complete, are you going to change your bridge waifu (if you have one)?
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>>1041827
Do you know what cars are unloaded at LA/LB? I know Toyota and Mercedes so some shit there.
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>>1041872
If you act fast you might be able to get in on this
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>>1041911
They already killed my bridge waifu and I'll never have another.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KBN9UVxDzQ
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>>1041913
Nissan/Infinity have a dock on the LA side, I think it's TI 170. LB 60 is the Toyota/Lexus dock. LB 205 imports Mercedes and exports Teslas and Smartcars.
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>>1041927
>tfw your waifu is killed
>tfw you'll never love again

Heavy stuff, bro. Sorry to hear it.
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>>1041926
I ain't in Cali, so that rules that out; I'm a Pittsburgher though, so I could probably find something if I look around in Erie.
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>Early this morning, we welcomed SpaceX rocket Falcon 9 to the Port of Los Angeles after a successful landing at sea over the weekend. Congratulations, Space X!
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Not really commercial, but I ran across this cleaning up some pictures.

Apparently it belongs to a Australian network guy, hence the comms, and he refit it to provide all the amenities of a super yacht.

She passes by once every couple of years and anchors for a few days to some weeks.

Probably my favorite pleasure boat in terms of aesthetics.
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>>1041876
that's pretty cool that you got enough time to qualify for your AB by actually sailign

>>1041928
how do you activate transport mode

>>1042062
you have a name to go with it?
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>>1041876
Depends on what you want to do, where you're physically located, how old, etc. Need input.
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Am I making a mistake joining the seafarers union to join engine department?
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Who else here /waitingonslowfuckingNMC/?

I just want approval to test...
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>>1041927
What's your favorite Busy Bee's sandwich? Mine's the BBQ chicken.
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>>1043426
Roast pork. Though a lot of time I just grab a premade torpedo and a bag of hawaiian rings if the line is long
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>>1041829
WTF is wrong with you
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You now remember Hanjin.
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The chair has been stowed for sea
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>>1044272
F
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>>1044272

>You now remember how Hanjin is playing a shell game, transferring assets from one company to another.

Fuck, that's what you get when you let a corporate stooge's kid run the business. They're going to run the show into the goddamn ground. Too bad about everyone who works at Hanjin, they're getting it no lube from the company.
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>>1042178

No name sorry. Everytime I have been told it I have been many beers in.

This gas ship sat down for two days waiting for
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>>1044353

This fuel ship to come in and distribute. Not too sure why they wouldnt just take on the gasser first.
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>>1044354

Here she is the day before. Taken from the same position as the ausfags pleasure craft
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Ah! Found a better one.

See the black hose and this one ship?

That's how you supply my whole nation (32 islands and cays) of its fuel requirements once a month.
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>>1044305
Saw you got posted on the
tugboat page and followed you on insta, chairmaster
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Hey Chairfag, I forgot if I already asked you this, but we're you in Charleston, SC like a month or so ago? Saw a barge that looked like yours
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Carnival Triumph Cruise Ship Breaks Free

Great commentary on this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d01nPplXC_U
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Passenger ship.
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>>1045063

We got one in today as well
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Since this is my first post on /n/, I apologize for anything obvious I oversaw.
I am thinking of replacing the shitty rent residence I live in with a yacht.
Israel is my country of residence.
-Financially, it is cheaper to pay for, and maintain a yacht then to pay for rent, and significantly cheaper then to buy real estate here.
Everything is somewhat close to the sea, and I have my own car.
I also have money for sailing license.

But I don't know anything about actually living in a boat.
I was hoping some of you could help me out. Drop some links maybe.

Thanks.
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The pirogue (power boat in center) forms the vast majority of our commercial fishing craft.

These guys take the sputtering and misfiring one engined boats over 40 miles offshore to catch yellow fin tuna, dolphin and king fish.

They may be small, but thanks to the sizeable bow, that the pilot can't see passed, they can easily travel in unfavorable conditions often found in these waters
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might get an internship on a trawler, hella stoked
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Another gas ship waiting to give us the dregs tomorrow
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>>1044944
Nah, wasn't me. The barge I move is a cookie-cutter design from Bollinger Shipyards, their 60,000 barrel design. We call em the "Bollinger Bricks", because they tow just like a big heavy brick.

If I had to guess, it was probably a Bouchard unit you saw, our colors are similar
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Rise and shine, lads. Let's go out and be productive and move the economy for President Trump. He's depending on us.
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>>1045563
How do the local members feel about his Presidency? How does the national union feel?
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>>1045563
>>1045610

Pls no retarded clapistan politics in this comfy thread.

Nice vibes only, k tnx
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>>1045469

Gas ship left

Graced by this vessel this evening
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>>1045505
you work for Reinauer?

also yearly dredging operations going on here, whole bunch of activity while they're getting that huge dredge set up
Dredge, crewboat, and the small anchor handling tug belong to Weeks Marine, the tug to the left of the crewboat belongs to P&L Towing out of Miami, and I don't know who the blue and white tug "Sea Oak" belongs to.
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>>1045655

It's a shame I can't work a camera/phone because all these instances look 85x better IRL
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>>1045612
Not your blog faggot. Nobody cares about tropico.
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>>1045700
Fuck you I care, you see a lot of interesting ships there that you just don't see on the mainland US.
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>>1045700
GTFO faggot before I fuck you up.
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>>1045367
got the place neato
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>>1045791

Good luck. Where is it operating out of? What would you be fishing?
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Hamburg Süd is the line that owns this ship. I love saying Hamburg Süd.
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>>1045063
Nice shot
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>>1045179
Woah. Just read The Old Man and the Sea. Totally reminds me of Santiago
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>>1046157
Are you the LA/LB anon? You know how many people entered the lottery?
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>>1046013
herring off the coast of finland
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Obligatory engine postinghttps://www.instagram.com/p/BDH2fGMoDZ0/
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>>1046485
I HEARD (emphasis on heard) that they got over 100k public cards.

Also, the process has been frozen because some public cards and interest cards were sent back.
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>>1046782
>over 100k public cards

Yea, that's what the newspaper said, too. The same article also said only 2,400 people are going to get in.

Any word on when they're going to elevate more casuals?
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>>1046825

While I often wonder why anyone would live in a place where this farce goes on, I would quite say that those odds are quite worth the risk.
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>>1046880
Hell, the odds of getting picked in a fair draw are leagues better than a lottery ticket. If I lived in an area like that with nothing better, I'd throw my hat in the ring.

>Random pic of Port Elizabeth, NJ on Christmas Eve. Totally empty, any ship coming in would probably pay 2-3x for longshoremen
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>>1046880
>While I often wonder why anyone would live in a place where this farce goes on...

L.A. county has a lot more going for it than its harbor. Ten million people live here.

>I would quite say that those odds are quite worth the risk.

What risk? A dollar for the post card (free if you can get an interest card from a union member) plus 34 cents for the stamp? Not much risk in losing less than two dollars, bro.
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>>1046825
Yeah in 2004 that said only 3000 were gonna get in. And they ended up taking in like 16,000 over ten years. I reckon the same thing will happen this time.

I have no clue when they'll register casuals.

>>1046880
What risk? The cost of a fifty cent postcard?
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>>1046933
>What risk? The cost of a fifty cent postcard?
He means living in LA in general.
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>>1046782
>>1046825
>>1046485
>clamoring to join an oppressive workforce designed to reproduce the class dynamics of a victorian-era steel factory
>muh seniority
>muh dues
>muh not being allowed to mingle freely with upper management unless an official goon from the union is physically present
>muh ostracism for anyone who gets promoted
So glad I left the union world
Sage
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>>1046944
t. limpdick faggot that got blackballed
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>>1046889
I'm not gonna pretend to know how the ILA does things, but christmas on the west coast is a no work day which means only important cargo like military, perishables, and passenger luggage gets worked. And any holiday is only time and a half. Double and triple time doesnt exist for ILWU workers.
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>>1046947
t.no-skill lifer with no prospects other than sitting around for a pay raise based on how many years he can stand in line at the punch clock without committing suicide out of boredom
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>>1046949
>t.no-skill lifer
You don't know me, bitch. You wanna play the "who has more skills" game? You go first. Post something that proves you can do anything. Do you have certs? A state subcontractor's license? Anything? Nah you don't. You're a little bitch that failed at everything he ever tried.

>a pay raise based on how many years he can stand in line at the punch clock without committing suicide out of boredom
Yeah you dont know what the fuck youre talking about. Top pay is 4,000 experience hours. Everyone gets paid the same, stupid.
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>>1046951
I don't have anything to prove to a punch clock goon. go break something, lifer. it will make you feel empowered.
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>>1046953
Yeah that's what I thought. Fuck off back to your bike thread, nerd. This is a thread for real men that work in the maritime industry.
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>>1046955
>real men
Real men exercise their bodies for personal improvement, not because they had to settle for a job fit for illiterate Bangledeshi laborers.
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>>1046957
>Real men exercise their bodies for personal improvement
No you exercise by riding a bike to work because you cant afford a car. You have a skinnyfat body.
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>>1046958
t.Dad bod at age 25
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>someone mentions unions once

>Thread is kill
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>>1046965
abandon thread
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>>1047100
Tug Reliance outbound at the Port of Palm Beach

Tug Mary M in the foreground.
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guise i need to know what kind of shippo is this
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>>1047103
That's HMS Victory flying through the air.
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>>1045700
Fuck off I care
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>>1046915
You know what he meant, don't be cunty
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Anyone have experience with tug and barge in the Pacific Northwest or Alaska? Cal Maritime cadork about to graduate here with no idea what to do right now. MSC isn't hiring so maybe I'll just go DP in the Gulf.

Pic is TSGB with crowley tug veteran AS
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>>1047315
>I'll just go DP in the Gulf
Fuck you, there's too many of us from TMA competing for those already. NOBODY is hiring.
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how can I lie my way into a cushy maritime job with my naval reservist experience

I can tie knots, thats about it
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>>1047330
You should try to get a job as a customs agent. No one has it cushier than those guys.

https://www.cbp.gov/careers#
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>>1047315
you could try sending in an application to Western Towboat

dunno if they're hiring but it's worth a shot
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>>1047315
>>1047475
Do you have your TOAR though?
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>>1046948
Eh, I'm pretty ignorant of the shoreside world as well. With MM&P, holidays on board are double. I happened to have to move a few schows on Christmas Eve afternoon, the one dockman helping us said he was making 3x. I'd be curious to know is how high up the seniority list he was.
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>>1047477
Uh, not you, tugfag. You obviously do. I meant the Cal guy.
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>>1047100
This might be my favorite pic in the past few threads. 9/10
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Reinu-
Raina-
Reinur-
Rain-

Fuck it. A yellow and red tug.
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>>1047480
thanks my dude
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>>1047479
I also do not have my TOAR yet, currently just an OS until I'm eligible for my steersman at the end of the year
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>>1047485
rine like brine, then our like hour
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>>1046957
Do you even lift brah
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Joining my next ship in Singapore soon. Four floors here I come.
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Been loving the gloomy conditions we've been having here in LA/LB. Is overcast in the mid-low 60's the GOAT maritime weather condition?
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>>1047572
I lift, run, and ride. Unlike dadbod over there who gets winded from having to walk from the grocery store to his car.
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>>1047851
Do you want a fucking medal?
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>>1041872
>>1041985
Look into Great Lakes shipping or Seafarers International Union
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>>1047927
No thanks, I'm satisfied simply being a better person than you
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>>1048144
Chekd and Kekd
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This thread just got incredibly autistic.
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>>1048436
Like >>1046965 said. Politics ruin this thread every fucking time. I wish mods would actually help moderate this thread when bitches start acting up.
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>>1048477
Yeah that would be great but where is the chair?
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>>1048477
less autism, more tuggin

checkin dubs

also what license do you need to run one of those Moran boats? 200 ton?
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>engineer cadet

have some pics

1/?

first ship i went on
MV Skandi Giant; 81m
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a full deck

2/?
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>coming back after a night up the road

3/?
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>>1048514
why did that flip? :/ up the right way on my comp

>the other ship on contract and the jack up we're towing/servicing
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>>1048515
4/?

this one is 5/?
>the platform and the jackup
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6/?

>sunrise, so many fucking sunrise photos
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7/?

>separated getting ready to jack down
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8/?

>jacked down trying to release the legs from the sea bed using air jets
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9/?

>testing how much oil/gas is in the hole
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10/?
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11/?

>aft facing bridge
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12/?

>calm
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13/?

going out through the heads

>i'm onboard in this picture
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>>1048529

>forgot pic
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14/?

no love so far, so i'll do the other ships another time.
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>>1048532
excellent dump

i assume you work in the North Sea?

how long are the hitches on non US flagged OSV's? I know US OSV crews are usually 3-4 weeks on and 3-4 weeks off

also sunrises are dank
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>>1048554
nah not north sea. aus based.

depends on the crew and area.

generally the 4-6 week mark. longest i did was 15, normal as a cadet is around 10-12 weeks.
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>>1048562

15/?

front facing bridge

>shitty pic

>DP was cool as
>bow thruster was lolfuckhuge on this boat, would shake the shit out of it
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My second ship i was on

MT Destine; ~95m oil tanker/bunker barge
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>>1048485
You can see the shadow of it on the left of the frame, level with the amber light
>>1048507
Probably depends on the port. For me, it's the 500 ton.
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>>1048580
seems like a pretty chill gig

>>1048654
Ah. I'll hopefully be getting my 100/200 ton soon ish

pic semi related "don't crash into anything, I'm gonna get a cup of coffee."
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LPG and Diesel delivery again
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Market itself
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>>1048808

Try this one right way up.

Market dock
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>>1041872
It's not cozy. But it pays well. If you're still in high school and have good grades I'd advise you to attend a state maritime academy, or King's Point if you can get in.
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>>1048580
1/?

2/?
>i wonder where this one was based

kek
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3/?
>dream job, doing mini cargo jobs around sydney harbour, putting around on this fucker
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4/?

>some lolfuckhuge passenger/cruise ship
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5/?

>on a run to north or south, can't remember which
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>>1049051
some crew doing some fishing

6/?
>aussie aussie aussie
>oi oi oi
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>>1049052
good flag condition and lots of chipping and painting done on that ship <sarcasm>

>she sat fairly low when full
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>>1049053
7/?

8/?
1 of 2 main engines, she was diesel electric. obviously mainly a bunker barge so tiny 1100kW each.
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>>1049047
Clearly Bayonne, New Jersey.
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9/?

>a million shots of sydney harbour
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>>1049055
cept for that missing opera house in the background ;)

>its getting hot in here
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>>1049057
10/?

11/?

>pastels, just out of sydney heads iirc
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>>1049058
12/?

>never got very rough on this boat, got fairly rough on the last boat, only vids of that though no pics
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>>1049060
that is 12/?

13/?
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>>1049060
upload vids to youtube
or convert to webm
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>>1049054

>2200 kW

Wew
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>>1049070
just google psv rough weather, all the same shit really

>>1049077
is that sarcastic or not? i said they were tiny. the skandi giant had twin cat 3616 rated at 6000kw each and and another two generators for thrusters n stuff. the bulky i was on was around the 13000kw for the main engine.

14/?
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>>1049123
How'd you like those 3616's? We have five 3608's for SSDG's.
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>>1049133
ran fine, did fuck all with them really.

ssdg stands for? s s diesel gen?
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>>1049134
Yup. Ship's Service Diesel Generator. Five 3608s, and then the EDG is a 3816
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>>1044305
I see your boat all the time from the express bus.
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Whats the workflow for you guys right now? Normally here on the west coast, shipping gets dead as fuck this time of year cause of chinese new year, but we're still super busy. LA just logged the most productive January ever.

We're about to get hit with major storm tonight/tomorrow so that'll create some work.

>tfw when you go exempt on your taxes and start killing it at work
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Cool video the Port made about the day to day operations of a tug captain.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqWFmCwjGsQ
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>>1049322
thing makes our newest boat look like such a piece of shit
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last ship i was on

MV RTM Weipa

(RTM = rio tinto marine)

235m bulk carrier, carried bauxite. did a trip to china for some tank cleaning/changed out propellor... tip thingy, forgot its proper name
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>>1049354
1/?

2/?

>loading up
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>ballasted the ship like this in china the asians could work on the prop
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4/?

>crossing the line ceremony certificate.
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5/?

>standing on the crank web inside the main engine
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>>1049358

6/?

>OH SHIT WE'RE SINKING
>a fucked up panarama
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7/?

>miss molly
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8/?

>the climb down to the launch to go to shore
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9/?

>some prawn boat
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10/?

>these cool as fuck cars, do want
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11/?

>unloading cranes in china.
>we have 2 cranes in aus to unload
>in china they used 8
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12/?

>got turbo
>i'm 6'3 and thats at my shoulder height
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>>1049364
they're like ugly versions of japanese Kei cars
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seemed alot more utilitarian.

>13/?

engine room
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>>1049369
the chinese kei cars i mean

14/?
>foggy/smoggy
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>>1049322
God damn, everything is so old and busted on the east coast. The average age of a harbor boat is probably 30 years old, underpowered, twin screw.

>tfw you'll never shift barges around a sunny California harbor with a 3,500 hp Z-drive.

At least I'm on NYC wages.
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>>1049369
B&W 6S50MC?
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Port of LA livestream if you wanna watch the storm thats about to hit. The channel is already pretty rough.

https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePortofLosAngeles/live
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>>1049407
I thought New York has those big Edison Chouest tractor tugs like in pic related running around?
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>>1049567
Haha, No.

Moran has four 6,000 horsepower Z-drives, and McAllister has two or three Z-drives. That's it for the harbor. Everything else is conventional, usually around 3000 horsepower
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>>1049576
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>>1049576
seems like McAllister has a fleet of mostly older boats. Moran also has a few of that class (or similar class) of tug down in Miami, they'd all run circles around our boats.
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who /narrowboat/ here?
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>>1049648
Those seem wicked comfy. It's a UK thing right?
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>>1049688

Correct. I went on a ride in one last year and it was extremely comfy.

>tfw slowly chugging along sipping on a pint of ale on a warm bright summers day
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>>1049417
I think 90. Iirc
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>>1049648
They've got some of those up in the Erie Canal. 2-3k to rent for the week. I have wanted to book one in the autumn for the longest time. Puttering around on those in a still canal with perfect weather and a low sun seems like the acme of comfort
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>that guy that keeps chiming in with a stupid question/comment during classroom training

"y-yeah but weed is legal now"

"I believe the port of chicago explosion was sabotage."

Holy shit man shut the fuck up REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>1050670
>that one guy trying to impress the captains
>just makes him look more and more retarded
>mfw I was that guy until I got told point blank how shitty a cadet it made me look
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A brother longshoreman posted this and it made me laugh out loud.
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>>1045148
Shalom!
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>>1050670
tfw i really wish we could smoke weed.
I hope at some point they treat it the same as alcohol, where it doesn't matter if you drink when you're not working, however if there is an accident and you have alcohol in your system you get fucked
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>>1050730

While I have nothing against my weed smoking brethren I have an issue with public smoking seeing as the guys on the beach smoke next to my wall and if you hang out in my living room long enough you can actually get high from second hand blazing.

And I live in a windy area where the wind direction is from my house to the beach.

No problem driving with any sort of buzz in my country but you first worlders will have some serious issues.
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>>1050742
>No problem driving with any sort of buzz in my country but you first worlders will have some serious issues.

kek, the driving while high meme
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>>1045179

I'm telling you, I built a boat that's pretty much exactly like that, I've even got a 30hp 1984 Yamaha that I bought off of a guy for 300$ and rebuilt myself, misfiring and all. I still find it amazing that the high bow design isn't more popular, for the areas I fish in, (lower Chesapeake bay), I have yet to have water come over the bow even when I got caught out in a storm with near gale force winds and 8ft waves, If I had been in a similar sized john boat I would have been screwed.

The bow can be an issue with a tiller, but you learn to live with it, I eventually found a tiller extension is just about the best thing you can do, and besides there's nothing quite like standing up only holding the tiller extension and a rope to the bow while blasting through chop at night, it really makes you appreciate life jackets, but I've never felt more alive.
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>>1050762
some seagoing tugs have high focsle bows like that.
they're supposed to ride really nice in rough weather
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>>1050762

>Tiller extension

We just use a section of 3" PVC pipe.

The design is called a Pirogue, but a west Indian variant. The fancy ones are Bowen from Trinidad. On a regular day in the channel you are likely to come across 8' swells on the regular. Though people still cross the 9 miles channel in 12' ribs with 15hp engines.
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What the fuck happened to all the older images?
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>>1051227
Depending what board you're on, there was either a backup, DDOS attack, FBI warrant, or evidence of aliens posted. In any case, 4chan was down sporadically for about a day earlier this week. When the dust settled, a ton of older images were lost. It looks the same on every slow moving board
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>>1051230
this board. What the hell, why did moot leave, this never happened with him around
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Fully loaded, 1100 footer. That's a lot of boxes.
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>>1051241
Weird, on the marinetraffic site, it has China Shipping name and colors

http://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/details/ships/shipid:144594/mmsi:212175000/imo:9285988/vessel:EUROPE
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Huh, apparently CSCL ships became COSCO ships in 2016.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Shipping_Container_Lines

>As part of the integration with COSCO, all of CSCL's North American offices ceased operations in June 2016.
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>>1051299
Yeah, I noticed when I was alongside the ship, they still had weld outlines of the COSCO lettering. I don't know if it changed hands again, or if the Chinese just wanted a black hull to blend in with other Atlantic trade.
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Having an annoying fuck of a time trying to line up a purchase over the past year. Been mostly looking at older barges and trawlers, do some conversion work and take a bit of a vacation. I've had three times where I've practically been tossing money at a seller only to have them flake.
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>>1051227
it's k, just an excuse to fill the thread with OC

>>1051297
most recent photo is two years old, so no one has taken and uploaded a photo of it yet is all
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>>1051429
heck, forgot to add the picture
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>>1051429
No shit. You didnt read the post right after the one you replied to?
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Getting dragged along
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>>1051688
any reason why you guys don't run the line through the bullnose?
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>>1051781
It's a balance of factors. When I am riding along a ship, and the pilots asks for a back, I want the direction of the pull to be as straight back as possible.

Since that ship is so high, putting it in the bullnose would put the weight of the pull on the top inside of the nose, creating a pull that is down-and-then-back.

I could alleviate that by letting out more ship line through the nose, but I've got a 55 year old deckhand. I don't want to make him haul in 150' of nine inch line by hand.

Also, running the line straight back to the port side of the H-bit tends to keep the bow of the tug pinched in while getting dragged along (imagine someone pulling a line tied around your left armpit). I do that when I'm feeling lazy and don't want to fuck with the rudder for the ride.

There are all sorts of ways to manipulate the makeup on the H bitts and buttons to counteract wind and current when working a ship. Those tractor tugs have it easy.
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>>1051871
That said, I do run it through the bullnose when necessary, usually when pulling a ship off the dock when the bitt is at or near the level of my bow. That's just to keep the line from rubbing on my rails and getting damaged. The downside is that my leverage point is now at the very bow of the tug.
Usually I need to make the line up to the side of the H-bitt due to current. It's not a lot, but those extra bits of pound-feet make a difference when trying to stay up in a 1-2kt current
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I've heard some container ships have pools on board?

post what everyday boat life is like
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>post what everyday boat life is
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>>1051983
I wasn't expecting to see such accuracy so damn quickly.
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>finally pass license on the second go-round

well shit, now what

I didn't think I'd actually get this far
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>>1050762
Post pic
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>>1052627
What tonnage? Endorsements? Limits?

>What now

Call up every company, once a week. Stay on the top of their list when they need a mate "right now"
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>>1052784
babby mate. Third mate, Unrestricted/Unlimited. Only endorsement I have is FRB. I couldn't get on a tanker to get PIC.

>start calling

I will as soon as I have my license in hand. They told me to expect to wait 4-6 weeks. Last thing I want to do is to get them to think of me when they need a mate, and then get mad when they find out I can't actually sail when they need me.
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Any Britbong sailors here?
What's the cheapest way to get on the water in something larger than a dinghy?
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>>1052854

Find a friend with a bigger boat.

Go to a boat club and tell them if anyone needs a deckhand to give you a shout.
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Anyone here ever sail on freighters in the Great Lakes?
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>>1052627
join a union
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>>1053535
Sorry, I should be more specific. If you're unwilling/able to sail MSC, then join MM&P, then buy a cheap but reliable SUV that you can throw all your shit in. Drive to a busy union hall like long beach, Oakland, NY, etc. and take all the night work you can get until you manage to snag a shitty 3/m job. Sail, work all the OT you can get, learn as much as you can, then when you get off bum around and crash with friends/family until you've used up all your vacation and do it all again. Alternately, sit in the hall until you get yet another job, and continue to do so until you get a B book. Take all the classes you can take (especially gov ops related courses).

You'd be even better off joining MSC and sailing with them for a few years, doing a pass-through into MM&P.
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>>1053535
>>1053539
I'm already a union member, actually. I've been an Associate member of MM&P for years. I need to actually write them and say that I've graduated/passed license so I can become a full member.

>go to the job hall

I thought MM&P went all-online dispatch? No more union halls.
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>>1053548
Did they? That's not what I heard; I'm MEBA though. If you want I can ask some deckies on here in the morning.
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>>1053567
>MEBA mates

those still exist? I thought MEBA lost all of their deck contracts.
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>>1053184
Great Lakes sailing ain't that great, but I have.

>>1053539
MSC isn't hiring. They've over hired for the past 2 years and had a much higher retention rate since the Gulf went to shit. MSC cancelled all interviews at the academies this year and I know a guy sitting in San Diego who has been fit for duty since November 2016 and still hasn't gotten a gig.

>>1053548
AMO went all online, not MM&P. They and MEBA (essentially the same union) still do the old school union hall. MM&P and MEBA are very closely intertwined, so much as they share their hall in Long Beach.

>>1053669
Though few and far between they still exist...
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>>1053669
No, I'm engine. >>1053881 is correct in that MMP still uses their halls, and that they are very intertwined; typically the halls are owned by MEBA and space is leased to MMP to operate there, although it is sometimes the other way around. MEBA deck still exists (barely) with companies like Keystone and Liberty, and the two unions also allow pass-throughs (there are even MM&P engine jobs which are occasionally filled by MEBA).
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>>1053881
>>1053900
Ah, I was wrong. I'm lucky as hell, then; I live in Houston so I can go camp out at their hall there, if it's one of their busier halls. Just need to pay my initiation fee.
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>>1051871
yeah, that makes perfect sense.
>Also, running the line straight back to the port side of the H-bit tends to keep the bow of the tug pinched in while getting dragged along (imagine someone pulling a line tied around your left armpit). I do that when I'm feeling lazy and don't want to fuck with the rudder for the ride.

we do this too, we'll also put the line on the knuckle like that if we're pulling a ship off the dock while he's backing out, that way it'll hold the tug close to a 90 degree angle so we can continue pulling him off the dock instead of back
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>>1053881
>>1053900
any reason why Americans can't sail on foreign flagged vessels?
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>>1051871
also want to point out that in this pic, we hadn't started backing yet, so the line hadn't come tight

also gonna dump a few pics the pilot took while docking a 600 foot molasses tanker
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>>1054076
i took these from here out
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>>1054070
Americans can sail on foreign vessels unless they received financial aid from MARAD (like by going to King's Point) and as such have a maritime obligation to the nation.
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>>1054083
interesting, I guess they pay would probably be shit though?
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>tfw that 70' fishing boat to the stern of the bright blue fisher was caught with 4.2 tons of cocaine 5 days ago
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>>1054093

>Stern

Bow, forward of, obviously. Phone posting is so tiring.
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MV Persia, the red vessel near the yellow pilot and containers, sank a couple days ago outside of Trinidad. Note that Lady Michelle, the drug boat, is out doing some drug running.
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>>1054085
Generally yes, in comparison. There are exceptions though.
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>M/V Pacific Ability loses control while docking in Singapore

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoEgXeCHgVE

Apologies for the dude filming sideways, but GODDAMN
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>>1054097
any reported injuries?

>>1054112
what would be an exception? a yacht?

>>1054198
good thing it was light, otherwise that tug wouldn't have done shit
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>>1054198
I was on one of those ships

>>1054311
The tug was evenutally pushing off of the ARS
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>>1054070
>>1054085
Americans can sail foreign, but most choose not to for various reasons. I, for one, am a little sketched out by having my pay check come from someone who may not be subject to US laws or regulations. Pay, working conditions, and schedule are other things to consider. A certain percentage of people who graduate from US maritime academies may also be in the US Navy/MARAD strategic sealift officer program and are required to sail on US flagged vessels for a certain amount of time (maintain US license for 8 years) after graduation.

I know a guy who graduated from Mass Maritime and sails for BW Group on one of their LNG ships, he does well for himself. A bit isolated, because he has been the only native English speaker on the vessel for quite sometime and most of the guys have a limited working knowledge of English.
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>>1054478

Where does he operate?
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I work in the boating industry in Florida, I previously worked for Tow Boat and now work on fuel barges refueling large yachts and ships. It's decent money and I get awesome tips. Some of my buds work at Port Everglades driving forklifts or working as dockhands and they are part of the longshoreman's union making $40+/hour plus overtime and benefits.

I used to run some charters to the Bahamas and Virgin Islands but rarely do it anymore because I have kids now. Considered working on container/shipping vessels but the pay and living conditions and schedule are all not worth it to me.
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>>1054713
is the chick who works dispatch for towboat US Ft. Lauderdale hot?
i hear her a lot on 16 and she sounds hot
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>>1054766
All women sound hot after you've been at sea for a while.

It's unfortunate that this industry attracts really weird types of women, and for the decent ones, there's an insane amount of competition.

Also, fuck the USCG. Just because their REC is too "busy" to deal with my application doesn't mean I should get pushed back two fucking weeks in the queue. At least let me know right off the bat, not after you've sat on my application an arbitrary amount of time then forwarded it on to another REC.
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>>1054311

All crew of 9 survived.

They released a statement today, official news travels slowly here, that there was nothing wrong with the vessel. Waters just got too rough between t&t and Grenada. Seems like the helms man was just plowing straight on.

We have had a small craft warning all week this week. High winds and a serious swell.
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>>1054843
You said you work on the bunker barge down there, are you on the tug Indian river?
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>>1054713
>Schedule
Fuuuuck being at sea for 3+ months. Even time 2 or 3 week tugboat hitches are where it's at if you want to work the industry and maintain a semi normal social life
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>>1054947
>you will never EVER land a job on the Sulfur Enterprise as it chugs back and forth between Galveston and Tampa every four days

why even work in the industry bros
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>>1054949
>You will never transfer to a shoreside job because you have nobody on land cares if you shift barges around
>You will never move into the office because you slighted someone in there once
>You will die on a tugboat

At least I have time aboard to make image macros for my internet friends on a Sudanese ship brokering forum
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>>1054915
I'm not that guy, apparently.
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>>1041827
And just like that... I found the longshoreman thread.
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>>1044272
It's hard to forget when the Scarlet keeps sailing into the inlet.
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>>1046949
t. A homosexual.
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>>1047403
I beg to differ. I'm an ILWU first aid man in Canada and I read science fiction at a professional level. Yeah, the trade off is attending accidents, but it's comfy as fuck in here.
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>>1049321
You have the stink of the low board about you.
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Ran across some abandoned military tugs in Richmond the other day.
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Can someone give me the rundown on what the west coast business is like right now? I think I've reached a tipping point with the latest blizzard to run riot over the east coast. Tired of working and living in this climate.

What's it like working on the west coast? Ship assist, bunkering, coastwise work. Are any companies hiring, or is it just as locked up as the East coast is now? What's the standard rotation over there, and payscales? Do the companies treat you like an actual human?

I'm interested in finding work out there, coming with an NYC resume, but I really have no idea what it's like. My entire social network works on the eastern seaboard and Gulf coast
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>>1055802
>>1055804
>>1055805
>>1055806
>>1055807
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>>1056421
It's not good from what I hear from my IBU friends and family. Every contract is worse than the one before. See >>1041827
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>>1054947
I feel I was born 50 years too late. Would have loved to have been a radio man. Hoping our paki-loving Prime Minister will pause his selfie addiction and provide more funding for Canadian Coast Guard MCTS here in west coast Canada. :-/
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>Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Port of Los Angeles, home of the Vincent Thomas Bridge. This signature green bridge is the official welcoming monument of the City of Los Angeles.
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>>1054949
Why wouldn't you? I nighthawked on the Energy Enterprise a couple times up in Fall River. Did Beaumont to Port Ev for a while with OSG
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>>1055939
That's cool anon. Which Richmond? I wonder if they're for sale.
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>>1056845
Because it's a milk run and it never ever drops to the point that a B book or an applicant book can get it.
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>>1056853
Oh are you SIU? Not quite a milk run for us meba guys.
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Kirby's tug Mediterranean Sea, ugly fucker
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>>1056846
Richmond California, they're tied up next to the old railroad ferry apron.




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