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I am Israr Uddin and from pakistan. My current rank is Chief Officer. I have sailed with multinational crew.
b-108 blk 5, gulshaneiqbal
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  • A Seaman's life is a hard and sometimes lonely life, without family and far from friends. A long way from home doing job to earn money so He can support family. Not in every port 'll find a phonebooth to call our relatives, wife and children but fortunately nowadays there are mobile phones! However, if we are out of simcard-credit it's hard to get an up-grade because most ships stay ashore for just a few hours, so no way we can go shopping. It's a tough life and not without danger; all seamen need to have good education and they need to have a lot of knowledge about their ship before they can come onboard. Don't even think they are just sailing a ship, maintenance is also a big part of being a seaman. Most seamen I speak stay 6 or 9 months on one vessel, depending their contract. Some stay just 2 and in extreme cases even 18 months. It is a tough life but also social job. In my opinion they sacrifice themselfs to support their families who are a long way from where they work.

    But life is different on Board now and Internet also Available to find someone can take care Us..HHHHH
    1 year ago
    ANAND VARDHAN TIWARY Very true Mr. issar uddin...The internet availability on board in the port is a blessing-equivalent for us and free Wi-fi in the ports are a distant dream. Some day back in this network we had a discussion started by ITF for the Wi-fi availability in ports, http://sailors-club.net/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=56&id=4128&Itemid=88, I never saw free Wi-fi in any port of the world rather even paid WI-fi.Money earned by us is very hard earned money which ironically others and even our families do not understand..With the new MLC we can hope to have a better welfare schemes onboard..
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