I love being on the water. I know there is fishing and marine biology, but what else?
I served 4 years on a Coast Guard ship and I am about to finish college. I want to get back on the water, preferably on board a mega-yacht. I have 3.5 years of navigation/operations experience and I would like to start out as a 3rd of maybe even a 1st mate. Is this possible?
And what states are best for jobs in this field?
I would like to sail a 24 ft yacht round the world, what boat licence do i need, how much would it cost to take the licence? and where can i take the lessons?
If i was to pass my test could i hire my self out to sail boats and yachts round the world? is there much demand for hiring a sailor? and what sort of money could i charge per day or week?
I know u dont always need qualifications. But im female so im guessing id have a better chance if i have something behind me.
Ok, so I plan on moving to California and for a job i would like to be a captain on my own fishing vessel. But i was wondering, how big does the boat need to be for commercial fishing, what requirements do i have to meet to be a certified captain, how much would the boat and gear cost total, and where are some good places to live? I am basically moving out with very little money. So do i need a giant commercial boat at first, or can i make my way to that point with a relatively small vessel?
I'm writing this story on Wattpad.com and it concerns a girl from China traveling to England with her family for trade. Please help, I'd like to get this done as soon as possible. Thanks. :)
I'm about to ship on October 23, 2012 for my Navy Boot camp. I was lucky i had my dream Job. I got a Navy Corpsman. I'm excited...but a little bit nervous on the upcoming Boot Camp. Any advice guys? Thanks.
Have I seen nothing since dawn of this year,
but tears of the gods into demented water?
Oh yes, I've witnessed the dreadful fear
of families I've lead to this sodden altar.
Dear Poseidon, do you plan to crush our mast,
with your own deceitful seas of bloodlust?
And forgive me if I've forgotten to ask,
what god is good enough to make death just?
Were we forever destined to be your lamb?
I swear to you, gods, that I am unclean.
If it's a sacrifice you crave, we'll find a ram,
and with that tragic vessel you can glean.
The poem is about the captain of a ship that is caught in a seemingly never-ending storm. Somewhere in his mind he believes that his ship is being used as a sacrifice by the gods to something even stronger than them. At the end of the poem, he tries to convince the gods that he is not worthy of being used as a sacrifice and offers to help them find another ship for them to destroy,
My boyfriend just got his 100 ton captain's license from the U.S.C.G.? He wants to work in the gulf doing the offshore work. What are some good companies to investigate? I know there are a lot of them but i cant find them online when i search!
IN OTHER WORDS ,
WHAT IS THE JOB/DUTIES OF AN ENGINEER ON A SHIP?
I really like to travel on the water and i wanted to know what jobs i could get on a boat that would take me around the world
When they say you need 360 days of on the water experience, what does than mean. I sail 4-5 hours at a time and keep a log on a spreadsheet. Are each of these outings counted as a day and is this good enough record keeping?
For a job what kind of work could i do. somthing on a boat that goes across the ocean
Hi. I have a huge, intense interest in piloting water vessels. I was in the Navy for a few years, and piloted the warship I was on quite a bit. My title was the "Master Helmsman", and I piloted the ship during the most challenging and dangerous situations. Even though I'm not in the Navy anymore, my desire to pilot a ship has not depleted one bit. I don't want to rejoin the military, but I do want to know how I can become the pilot of say a cruise line, or some kind of cargo vessel. Does anyone have any information on that?
fishing, tourism, and other stuff like that? I'm thinking to turn my hobby into a job.
People i want start my career in merchant navy as they pay really high wages.but i am really confused, should i go in marine engineering or in deck handling is this true that captain in paid much more than the chief engineer?if yes then by how much?and another problem is that i dont want to study science more i know that there is science subject in b.tech but it is comparatively less than in b.sc.
So what should i do?and yeah how much people are paid in india in merchant navy?