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“PAID LEAVE” OR “JAIL ON WATER”?
Looking through the information on the Web you can often come across the opinion that working on a yacht is a kind of “jail on water”. While other people say on the contrary that this is a great opportunity to earn money traveling around the world. So where is the truth?



Andrey *****

Andrey *****

Last update: 04.10.2019 14:34
Show seafarer’s details

Position applied for: Able Seaman
Additional position applied for: Ordinary Seaman
Date of birth:***** (age: 33)
Citizenship:Russia
Residence permit in: Ukraine
Country of residence:Ukraine
City of residence:Odessa
Permanent address:*****
Contact Tel. No:*****
E-Mail:*****
U.S. visa:No
E.U. visa:No
Ukrainian biometric
international passport:
No
Date available from:31.10.2019
English knowledge:Moderate
Minimum salary:1000 $ per month

General details:

DocumentNumberPlace of issueDate of expiry
Civil passport*****UKR.ODESSA28.02.2029
Seaman’s passport*****PORT ODESSA15.03.2020
Tourist passport*****G/C RUS.IN ODESSA24.08.2022

Certificates:

TypeNumberPlace of issueDate of expiry
BASIC SAFETY*****UA31.08.2021
SURVIVAL CRAFT *****UA31.08.2021
SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING*****UA31.08.2021
SECURITY TRAINING FOR SEAFARERS*****UA31.08.2021
ADVANCED FIRE FIGHTING*****UA31.08.2021
AB SEAFARER DECK*****UA28.02.2029


Sea service:

PositionFrom / ToVessel nameVessel typeDWTMEBHPFlagShipownerCrewing
Able Seaman 07.06.2018
- 14.12.2018
*****Bulk Carrier3304511829MARSHALL ISLANDS**********
Able Seaman 27.06.2017
- 05.02.2018
*****Bulk Carrier3304511829MARRSHALL ISLANDS**********
Ordinary Seaman 03.08.2008
- 15.04.2009
*****Bulk Carrier28422Panama**********






 
 

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