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  1. Hi folks, was not on that one, was on days off. Been awhile since visiting crew. A buoy was collected. Vessel in port Interesting what a bit of rope can do
  2. Tanks on shore full, tankers full at anchor waiting. So the cheap fuel hasn't arrived yet? Re horses Rehabilitated, horses do not need to be registered unless what you're using them for requires it,
  3. Strip back, 80 to 100 grit, 80/20 thinner/varnish ~ couple of coats 50/50 same Then 6 to 8 coats for a total of no less than 10. It may be worth wet sanding after 4 coats for a better finish then another 4 coats. Get a cover for it, if not wet sand 400 grit and 2 coats every 6 months. Schooner or gold spar / similar
  4. Thanks BP, Also working on one half the diameter.
  5. Making a ship's wheel for daughters school. To be part of a play ground.
  6. Current MGO prices in Singapore are closer to NZ$900, the 445 is usd for IFO, POAL's current tugs do not use IFO
  7. rigger

    AIS Cool

    AIS positions can be incorrect, In the case of a 300m container ship I was on recently at 18knots the AIS position was out by ~300m, know of another that had settings that could result in the AIS position being approx 600metres astern of where actual ship is.
  8. Linz data service, use the crop function to limit download size, Load file into a suitable app and you get this:
  9. rigger

    Sailing Crash

    Based on info provided it is hard to make a definitive decision. In answer to your question, did A give enough time, I do not know. The rule say something like, when it becomes apparent to the stand on vessel, unfortunately different people have different limits. Did B, make a significant alteration to show clearly B was giving way. Honestly at first glance it looks like A is hunting B down. Rereading the text A is mentioned first as doing an action. If the OP could clarify a the points raised opinions may change, either way, one boat is damaged and as you say we are all repeating th
  10. rigger

    Sailing Crash

    Fish read carefully, Boat B tacked and once completed was pointing just below Boat A, but now on port. if from A point of view there is now a risk of collision, think leeway, and it becomes apparent to A that B is not giving way A has to take action... Boat A started moving to a Broad Reach and Boat B also moved to a Broad Reach. so A moving to a broad reach first could be considered that action, by B doing the same the risk of collision is re established, As the boats got closer Boat A beared away as did Boat B. Contact was made and Boat B has a hole at the bow on the por
  11. rigger

    Sailing Crash

    Quotes from part 22 Head-on situation (1) When two power-driven vessels are meeting on reciprocal or nearly reciprocal courses so as to involve risk of collision, each must alter its course to starboard so that each passes on the port side of the other. And 22.16 Action by give-way vessel Every vessel which is directed to keep out of the way of another vessel must, so far as possible, take early and substantial action to keep well clear. 22.17 Action by stand-on vessel (1) If one of two vessels is to keep out of the way, the other must keep its course and
  12. RYA issues the CoC which is not an accredited STCW qualification, the STCW endorsement covers the ancillary components that are required for an STCW accredited qualification / CoC to be valid, in other words the RYA qualification is not an STCW cert or CoC, so how can MNZ recognize it as an STCW cert? I know they accept UK STCW ancillaries for NZ foreign going STCW qualifications. Simply put The RYA qualification / certificate is not an STCW Cert, it has been endorsed (STCW code A-V1/1 Para 2.1.) to say that the holder has the following: "Basic training 2 Seafarers employed o
  13. There a number of qualifications in NZ,unfortunately to be recognized internationally a qualification has to comply with STCW. Below is one https://www.maritimenz.govt.nz/commercial/certification/masters-and-deck/master-yacht.asp "With this certificate, you can perform the functions and duties of master on a superyacht of less than 3000 gross tonnage (GT) in any operating area. A superyacht is a commercial yacht or sail training vessel that is 24 metres or more in length, less than 3000GT and does not carry cargo or more than 12 passengers. This is the highest-level command certif
  14. Ok, most are good, today I had three different ships, cruiseship, container, bulk carrier. The best all round bridge team was on the containership, actively engaged. Cruiseship was ok. Bulk carrier,the helmsman struggled with the following sea a little otherwise no majors. No one nationality escapes having the occasional cluster ...... Tugs- yes and no, depends upon wx, the vessel and port, some berths may have issues that necessitates having tugs. On size, displacement wise cruiseships are lighter than the same length containership, The largest containership into akl would displac
  15. Ok some figures Ovation of the Seas is approx 347.2m LoA, 41m beam, design draft ~8.5m, displacing approx 78,000tonnes, windage on the beam approximately 14,000m2. Longest container ships that regularly call at a New Zealand port 346.98m LoA, 42.8m beam, at a draft of 13m has a displacement of 122,475tonnes, windage on the beam 10500m2. Sorry but cannot recall displacement at 14.5m draft. I could be wrong but the largest containerships that call Akl are, approx 50m shorter than The Ovation. Apologies, 362m for cruiseship I believe.QM2 344m LoA was info supplied by vessel, berthe
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