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Safonov Dmitrii

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Position applied for: 3rd Officer
Additional position applied for: Radio Officer
Date of birth:13.07.1988 (age: 30)
Residence permit in Ukraine:No
Country of residence:Russia
City of residence:Murmansk
U.S. visa:No
E.U. visa:Yes. Expiration date 16.09.2018
Ukrainian biometric
international passport:
Date available from:31.05.2018
English knowledge:Moderate
Minimum salary:2000 $ per month

General details:

DocumentNumberPlace of issueDate of expiry
Civil passport4708170281Murmansk00.00.0000
Seaman’s passport0270785Murmansk26.03.2020
Tourist passport723724433Murmansk22.03.2023


TypeNumberPlace of issueDate of expiry
GMDSS Operator0001495Murmansk20.02.2020
Basic Safety Training: 0114886Makarov Training Centre Murmansk04.02.2020
Advanced Fire Fighting: 0023983Makarov Training Centre Murmansk29.01.2020
Medical First aid: r0114929Makarov Training Centre Murmansk26.01.2020
Proficiency in Survival craft: 0027383Makarov Training Centre Murmansk20.01.2020
Security training for seafarers with designated security duties:0027561Makarov Training Centre Murmansk10.02.2020
Radar/ARPA0767674Murmansk State Technical University06.06.2022
Electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS):0768058Murmansk State Technical University17.06.2022
Tanker familiarization: 0638426Murmansk State Technical University28.07.2022
Cmk tank familiarization:0638426Murmansk State Technical University28.07.2022
Officer a navigational watchNVS201223528Novorossiysk20.01.2020
Medical fitness certificate:No numberMurmansk15.09.2018
Alco-drug certificate:7134Murmansk11.09.2018
Yellow fever:No numberMurmansk26.11.2025


PositionFrom / ToVessel nameVessel typeDWTMEBHPFlagShipownerCrewing
2nd Officer 22.12.2017
- 11.05.2018
Geo ArcticSeismic vessel1192RussiaJSC «SMNG»
Radio Officer 19.11.2016
- 19.12.2016
SleipnerSupply Vessel825Saint VincentJSC «MAGE»
Radio Officer 27.07.2016
- 10.11.2016
Geolog D.NalivkinResearch vessel1935RussiaJSC «MAGE»
Radio Officer 28.12.2015
- 23.03.2016
SleipnerSupply Vessel825Saint VincentJSC «MAGE»
Radio Officer 15.05.2015
- 23.09.2015
N.TrubyatchinskyResearch vessel2762PanamaJSC «MAGE»

Documents and further information:

Let me introduce myself.
My name is Dmitry Safonov. I was born in 1988 in the town of Gadzhievo, Murmansk region. I finished school in 2006. Since I lived and studied in the port city, the choice of my future career was obvious - my life will be connected with the sea.
In 2006 I entered the Faculty of Operation and Navigation of Ship Radio Equipment in the Murmansk Marine College named after I. I. Mesyatsev.
In 2008, I had my first sailing practice on board a technical tanker Amur Project 11510, a special vessel for technological maintenance of the ships with nuclear power plants, for transportation and processing of radioactive waters and solid radioactive waste. During my first sea going experience I learned a lot about my job and I did my best to become a skilled sailor. However, I realized that I still have a lot to learn.
After finishing the Maritime College in 2009, I joined the Amur as a sailor. I learned how to merry the ends, prepare the superstructure and deck for painting, how to clean the ship from snow, climb the masts, keep watch. Besides, I took part in MOB rescue operation.
In 2014 I joined the dry cargo vessel Yauza as the 2nd radio operator. My choice was connected with the intention to become proficient in seamanship as I always wanted to become an officer. There I performed the duties of a radio operator and learned the fundamentals of navigation.The ship’s crew appreciated my work, as the dry cargo ship was completely modernized and they had little experience to operate new navigation equipment.
But I realized that the support ship under military units limited my capabilities as I wanted to work on big ships sailing all over the world's oceans. And it was then when I started to fulfil my plans.
In 2015, I joined the offshore fleet in the Marine Arctic Geological Exploration Expedition as a Radio officer. There I performed the officer’s duties, as I knew the essential of sailing in the world ocean. While working for this company I realized that I was right when I connected my life with the sea.
My first contract was a real achievement for me. We worked in Ireland; the ordering customer of the project was a foreign company. For me it was the first and the most valuable experience of work with foreigners on board. There I learned to correct Admiralty charts and manuals under the supervision of the 2nd Officer as well as to keep a log of navigational warnings, a radar log book, and a GMDSS radio log. I acquired practical skills as a Radio officer carrying out daily, weekly, monthly checks of the radio equipment. Once, when at sea, the radar broke down, and I managed to fix it readily as it is not convenient to work with one radar. Therefore, we avoided interruption of the contract make repairs for the radar to be repaired.
The master, who constantly improved his knowledge, motivated me to further develop my seamanship qualities. So, I made a decision to qualify as a navigator after termination of the contract and in 2015 I took up a refresher training course in navigation.
A couple of months after the contract, I was sent to Latvia to take over the ship. I was happy to have a chance to take part in the procedure. There were six of us who joined the ship (master, chief engineer, electrician, boatswain and me). Upon the arrival to the ship it turned out that for a while the master was the only navigator on board. Under such circumstances I had an opportunity to study the ship thoroughly. I learned how to work with certificates, got acquainted with such documents as a ship’s security plan, certificates for all navigation equipment and engine room. I worked with the ship's agent, ordered supplies and food, discussed the prices with suppliers. Besides, I took part in the survey of davits and life boats, prepared the rescue equipment, fire extinguishers, fireman's outfit, storm-ladders, as well as life rafts for inspection.
As for the radio equipment, it was checked regularly and, ultimately, its service terms were prolonged.
Then followed presentation of the vessel to the DNV GL and PSC inspector according to Paris Memorandum. My responsibility was making correction of charts and sailing directions, replacing expired ITU disks with new ones.
Though the Chief Officer had already arrived on board the ship, it was me who had to answer all the questions of DNV GL inspector as well as to test the SSAS system. While preparing the ship for inspection I studied the ISM Code, the company's SMS, SOLAS, MARPOL. This way I broadened my outlook and gained new knowledge, which proved to be very useful more than once.
Thus, the vessel was presented without any difficulties.
Further, the company sent me to explore the Northern part of globe, to be more precise, the Kara Sea. During the work under this contract, I shared my experience with the Second Officer. Another important activity for me was setting the ship on guess-rope, in which I took part.
Besides, working under the contract, the ship’s crew participated in emergency drills, during which I taught them how to send an SOS signal and use emergency radio equipment.
I always took part in audits of the project conducted by the ordering customer.
After termination of the contract, I finished my studies and received a diploma of a Watch Officer. I constantly improve my knowledge and level of preparation.
 I am a calm and balanced person and I solve any misunderstandings in a calm way.
 I am always open and ready for new discoveries for myself. I easily adapt in any environment, I respect all races, nationalities and religions.
 I always learn something new and am ready to share my knowledge and experience.
 I am sociable, responsible, easily trained. I can easily master new techniques.

If you are interested in my candidacy, you can contact me at any time:
Mob: +79211592983
Email: dmitriy.safonov.51@list.ru
Skype: Dmitrii Safonov