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Topics in Category: Seafarer's Concern

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Topic started 14 Jan 2017 10:33 by need help from maritime forumpeopl
Admin permission to post Any one from VIZAG I want to know about this office how it is. Below is the address Capt. Surjeet Sharma KV Marine And Offshore Services Pvt. Ltd. office no. 21 shri krishna apartment dolphin road vizag Visakhapatnam. Please let me know.
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Topic started 13 Jan 2017 12:52 by admini
Unifire’s(name of a manufacturer) Anti-Pirate Water Cannon Systems are extremely powerful, yet non-lethal, devices for getting tough with pirates and hijackers. The systems are comprised of up to 8 powerful water cannons, which are strategically placed around the ship. The cannons draw seawater...
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Topic started 19 Dec 2016 21:15 by Seawalker
Several topics about Filipino sailors on the forum pushed the idea to talk about stereotypes. For example: what Filipino sailors think and say about Russian sailors. What and how they imagine them.
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Topic started 14 Oct 2016 09:09 by admini
The skills and experiences gained will help to save more lives across the world. What are you views?
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Topic started 12 Mar 2015 11:43 by madhubanti
Each ethnic group has its own peculiarities and hierarchy of needs. The Filipino crew member is unique with his own hierarchy of needs which is not exactly in the same order nor fits perfectly the Western framework of hierarchy of needs. • In the Filipino hierarchy of needs, the first need is...
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Last Post by Sanjay Mittal 02 Sep 2016 06:07
Excellent post. Filipinos are largely friendly people and the important thing is to treat them with respect, specially in public. They do not like to be admonished in front of other personnel.
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Topic started 29 Aug 2016 15:22 by mehul ashara
:S Dear all, Request to share if any of the seafarer's have had any experience of not getting signed off from venezuelan ports i.e Puerto Cabello, Maracaibo and ETC.
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Last Post by Anonymous 30 Aug 2016 17:12
Hi there, I joined and signed off from venezuela in 2012. Then also it was very problematic owing to the currency exchange issue for the Husbanding agent. They charge hefty amount as the law says that they have to provide security guard and one more escort with the ship's crew. Plus they want some...
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Topic started 31 Jul 2014 07:37 by Sengupta
The Seafaring fraternity of India,was exuberent after getting news that there income generated as Wages in foreign flagged ships,will now be exempted from the Income Tax. But lately it has been made clear by various Tax experts that,it does not mean that they do still need to complete 180 days out...
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Last Post by admini 11 Aug 2016 17:06
Pls be advised that there was a meeting at DG shipping’s office on 10th of Aug 2016. The IT matter was discussed in length with DG, Joint DG and other dignitaries from DG’s Office. The organizations which attended the meeting were FOSMA/MASSA/INSA/NUSI/MUI. The brief of the discussion is -...
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Topic started 16 Feb 2015 12:20 by Sengupta
The world’s seafarers can be seen as one of the first truly international and global workforces, comprising of individuals from countries as geographically and culturally disparate as Western Europe, Russia, India, South America and the Philippines. Such seafarers may work on a range of different...
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Last Post by DR. CHANDRAN PEECHULLI 07 Jul 2016 03:00
It is a professional sacrifice owing to mobility of service which carries professional sacrifice and risks who make the WORLD TRADE active.
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Topic started 24 Aug 2015 12:42 by admini
More than 80% of international trade in goods by volume is transportedby ships. In 1960, the global inventory of ocean-going vessels was about15,000, and, by 2008, that number had soared to more than 97,000. Thesevessels include oil tankers, bulk carriers, general cargo carriers, container ships,...
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Last Post by Sengupta 18 Sep 2015 07:35
THE SHIPBREAKING PROCESS Shipbreaking is the process of dismantling an obsolete ocean-goingvessel for scrap and reusable parts, while disposing of the remainingunwanted materials. The process is currently performed using one of twoapproaches—the dry dock method or the beaching method. The dry...
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Topic started 02 Sep 2015 08:52 by shipmateoffice
Do You wish to manage your vessel documents on arrival/departure fast and easy? Then the Shipmate Office system is your hand application! More information at www.shipmateoffice.com
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Topic started 17 Jun 2015 04:06 by dileepks
Thanks in advance for helping this landlubber with a question. If a panamax container carrier wants to navigate from Aden to Cochin port, how would it plan a course? a) Set a direct course to Cochin b) Follow the heavily used 'sea lane' used by ships that go around Sri Lanka, and stay with it to...
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Last Post by dileepks 23 Jun 2015 02:31
Dear Mr. Tiwari, thank you very much for indulging in the PM discussion. For the sake of the general audience, allow me to post the excerpts: Question: Once again, the question is purely technical. For a moment, assume that there is enough cargo volume. In that case, will a panamax ship set a...
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Topic started 25 Mar 2015 08:27 by shipmateoffice
Vessel and Crew Documentation Management Software for vessels and crew. More information at www.shipmateoffice.com
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Last Post by Sengupta 15 May 2015 10:53
You can promote your website more in the Sailors Club. Please login and share your contents for free in this maritime social networking platform!
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Topic started 12 Mar 2015 11:45 by Sengupta
The nature and role of the family has changed over time as have patterns of marriage and co-habitation. In Britain, the family, once a unit of economic production in pre-industrial times, has developed to become a private domain providing emotional intimacy to members. Over recent years there has...
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Last Post by madhubanti 23 Apr 2015 11:16
In this forum thread strategies for coping with the Seafaring lifestyle will be explored as often been suggested by Seafarers and their Partners, along with the factors they say are important to the sustaining of their relationship. Trust The most frequently mentioned factor associated with...
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Topic started 23 Mar 2015 10:54 by madhubanti
The Filipino is generally friendly, peace-loving and sociable fellow. He has a compromising character and is not inclined to confrontation. When a Westerner's personal rights are trampled upon, his first reaction is ordinarily to complain and fight back. The Filipino is surprised to see Westerners...
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Last Post by madhubanti 14 Apr 2015 06:42
Here are some general statements intended to help Masters and officers sailing with Filipino seamen: 1. Filipino's body language: •The Filipino frequently nods in the middle of a conversation, which simply means, "I understand what you are saying," but it does not mean "yes." •The eyebrows are...
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Topic started 30 Mar 2015 12:16 by Sengupta
Seafaring work patterns involve periods of leave and sea-time and the associated transition periods as the seafarer moves from one situation to the other. Now we explore seafarers’ and their partner’s experiences of the different aspects of the work cycle. It begins by exploring the...
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Topic started 23 Mar 2015 12:16 by Sengupta
Seafaring work patterns involve periods of leave and sea-time and the associated transition periods as the seafarer moves from one situation to the other. Now we explore seafarers’ and their partner’s experiences of the different aspects of the work cycle. It begins by exploring the...
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Topic started 18 Mar 2015 11:35 by Sengupta
Seafaring work patterns involve periods of leave and sea-time and the associated transition periods as the seafarer moves from one situation to the other. Now we explore seafarers’ and their partner’s experiences of the different aspects of the work cycle. It begins by exploring the...
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Topic started 17 Mar 2015 11:53 by Sengupta
This forum thread explores the reasons both seafarers and their partners which account for seafarers’ continued service at sea and the benefits they see attached to this particular lifestyle.  Money When asked about the benefits of a seafaring career both seafarers and their partners most...
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Topic started 09 Mar 2015 08:39 by madhubanti
There is a reluctance on the part of a Filipino to ask questions in situations where a Westerner ordinarily will. Officers who have managed Filipino seamen often wonder why they usually get a respectful silence when they expect them to react to certain issues they bring up in meetings. One possible...
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Topic started 03 Mar 2015 11:32 by Sengupta
Seafaring work patterns will vary based on a number of factors such as nationality and rank of seafarer, employers’ policies, type of trade and routes sailed. A typical length of contract for a Filipino rating is 9 months, with Sierra Leonians working average contracts of 12 months. Senior Indian...
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