Search results “Safety life at sea” for the 2015
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R.A.L- Safety of Life at Sea (S.O.L.A.S)
Music- R.A.L (Rhiana Alana Lewis) David Alexander Portillo Music video shot/edited by Lillian Saucedo-LIllipop Fauxtography Special thanks to- Lilly Hernanez , Skyler Roth and Joshua Peterson Mixed /Mastered at Revolution 9 studious by Daniel Balistocky
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Six Months At Sea In The Merchant Marine
In this short documentary, I tried to answer some of the common questions that I usually get about shipping. The footage I took myself using fairly basic cameras that I could fit in my pocket while I was on the job as a deckhand. The story follows me on a six month journey around the world on a container ship which was on a run between New York and Singapore via the Suez Canal. This was my first time going to sea on a large ship so everything was relatively new to me, therefore please excuse the couple of shipping terms I misused (such as saying "license" when I should have said "credential"). I have been on many ships since and will continue to ship out for the foreseeable future. Thanks for watching. Film by Martin Machado - http://www.martinmachado.com -Special thanks to Jesse Chandler with Third Street Works, and Kai Hsing for their help All Rights Reserved 2012 - This video can not be duplicated or used in part in any form of media. Use of this video in a business or institution for training purposes is prohibited without written permission by Martin Machado.
Views: 869916 Martin Machado
Bermuda EPII: Safety at Sea
Video sharing some of the lessons I learned at US Sailing Safety at Sea Seminar prepping for Bermuda. Learn about swimming in foul weather gear with shoes on, hydrostatic PFD automatic inflation and the challenges of climbing into a life raft wearing that inflated PFD. Even in the 70 degree pool some sailors were showing signs of hypothermia! Filmed with GoPro HERO4 Silver and Sony Alpha A5100. Audio recorded with Tascam DR-05 audio recorder and JK MIC-J 044 Lavalier Mic. More filmmaking information here: http://savvysalt.com/blog/film-making-for-under-1000/
Views: 999 SavvySalt
Day In My Life - Semester At Sea
What!? There's a normal day in my life as I'm living on a ship as it travels the world? Yes there is! Although it can feel very sporadic at times as we are traveling from country to country, there are "typical" days at sea where I go to class, eat and hangout with friends! In this video I take you through my schedule so you can see what my life is like while living at sea. First there are no weekends or weekdays. They may still exist but in name only. When traveling with Semester At Sea there 3 days: A Days, B days, or Study Days. NOTE: These days are determined in a pre-planned schedule that SAS creates before each voyage in a voyage calendar. I recommend printing it out before getting on the ship so you don't get confused! My A day goes like this: Earlier in the voyage I got up for sunrises, but then I couldn't remember things cause I was so sleep deprived! 7-8am Wake up/Get Ready 8-915am Creative Writing Class 915-1130am Hang-out, do homework, look at the ocean (yes you can do it for hours!) 1130-130 Lunch 130ish-350ishpm Work Study Work Study are students who've gotten "jobs" on the ship. We don't get paid, but we get around $5,000 reduced in the price to help pay for the voyage. You apply for them before the voyage and are told what to do in orientation and by your boss. 350-505pm Acting Class 505-530pm Hangout 530-730pm Dinner 800pm Seminar/Pre-Port 10pm Snack Time Every evening abroad the ship there is a Seminar which is basically a talk on some topic. Typically they are about the country we are about to visit. Most of the time they're fascinating and fun to watch. The Seminar's before port are called Pre-Port. The logistical Pre-Port is the day before port and everyone is required to go. It's basically an assembly and you're told about how to stay safe, how immigration will go etc. Everything you need to know about the country you're about to go into is gone over in Pre-Port. Although I didn't always physically go to Pre-Port, I did watch the Pre-Port on our small TV in our room. I don't recommend skipping Pre-Port all together. You'll miss some very important information and be the annoying person who's asking everybody what's going on. After the Pre-Port I hangout with people or do homework. Lots of people play games and cards and something I don't mention in the video is at 10 there is snack time where you can get some "free", as in it's a part of what you've paid for, food that's usually left over from dinner. My B Day Schedule goes like this: Sleep in! Because seriously I love sleep! 1030am -1050 Wake up (literally I'd wake up 5 min before class sometimes) 1050-1205 World Mythologies (my global lens) Global Lens classes are larger classes and are 1 of the 4 classes you have to take on SAS. There is a list on the SAS website of what classes are considered Global Lens' 1205-130 Lunch 130ish-350ish Work Study 350-505 Conservation of Marine Resources 505-530 Hangout/Do homework 530-730 Dinner The evenings are the same for both A Days and B Days. Study Days were my saving glory! These were the days I'd finally get to catch up on sleep and me time. I literally would watch movies all day (ones I had on my external hard drive!) However, I didn't get a lot of these. On Study Days you have one "class" you must attend which is a smaller portion of your Global Lens class. After that you do whatever you want, which for me was sleep. Traveling really takes it out of you and even though you don't want to miss anything about the adventure you really need to make sure to get your rest or you won't remember anything. That was my Day In My Life aboard a ship as it travels around the world! Subscribe to this channel to stay updated on the journey! http://www.youtube.com/ehrensworld Stalk me on Instagram!!! http://www.instagram.com/ehrenhotchkiss Follow me on Twitter!!! http://www.twitter.com/ehrenhotchkiss
Views: 26504 Ehren's World
What You Need To Know About Life At Sea
Check out some fun and not so fun tips about what it's like to live and travel across the Pacific ocean from Honolulu, Hawaii to Yokohama, Japan. The longest and most rocky stretch of ocean we are crossing on the Semester At Sea 2015 Spring Voyage around the world! Thanks so much to everyone who has subscribed! You are so amazing and are making this journey that much sweeter! Follow me on my journey! I'm going too… Hilo, Hawaii Yokohama, Japan Kobe, Japan Shanghai, China Hong Kong, China Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Singapore, Singapore Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) Cochin, India Port Louis, Mauritius Cape Town, South Africa Walvis Bay, Namibia Casablanca, Morocco Southampton, England and we'll see from there! Check out www.ehrensworld.com for some great blog posts. Subscribe to follow me around the world on this adventure or follow me here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ehrenhotchkiss Twitter: https://twitter.com/EhrenHotchkiss Instagram: https://instagram.com/ehrenhotchkiss/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ehrenhotchkiss/ Tumblr: http://ehrenhotchkiss.tumblr.com Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ehrenhotchkiss/posts -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Ship Tour 2015" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7reJFrlwgQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 7936 Ehren's World
Semester At Sea - Sea Olympics Spring 2015
The Sea Olympics! An daring competition of excellence taking place on the high seas exclusive to Semester At Sea. Only those daring enough to offer up their skills in friendly competition can proudly earn the grand prize! The Sea Olympics happen on every Fall and Spring voyage. Each participant in Semester At Sea is divided up into a "Sea" or Team. Student Sea's are determined by where a student's cabin is located on the ship. There are seven student seas: Adriatic Arabian Baltic Bering Caribbean Red Yellow An eighth Sea is made up by the Life Long Learners, Faculty, Staff and Ship Kids aboard the ship. They determine their own name on each voyage. They were called the Sealebrities on the Spring 2015 voyage. Each Sea is assigned a "color" to wear at the Sea Olympics. For example my Sea, the Arabian Sea, wore orange. Essentially, it's a day where a bunch of party games are played to earn points. The types of games are Trivia, Tug-O-War, Ice T-Shirt Challenge, Relays etc. It's a lot of fun and people get really into it. The Sea who earns the most points at the end of the day wins! The grand prize? The ability to get off the ship first when disembarking! My Sea, the Arabian Sea, WON! So proud of my amazing Sea! NOTE: Why would you want to get off the ship first? Disembarking a ship is a long extensive process. Imagine the time it takes to get off a plane once it lands…now multiply the time by hours (and hours!). Yes it takes that long... It's a fun-filled day that is set aside to create camaraderie among shipmates, with a little prize set up to spice up the competition! I had a great time and enjoyed getting a day off just to play! Subscribe to this channel to stay updated on the journey! http://www.youtube.com/ehrensworld Stalk me on Instagram!!! http://www.instagram.com/ehrenhotchkiss Follow me on Twitter!!! http://www.twitter.com/ehrenhotchkiss
Views: 1581 Ehren's World
A career at sea looks like...
This year, IMO's Day of the Seafarer campaign aims to inspire young people to consider a career at sea and learn more about this viable and exciting profession.
Views: 54103 IMOHQ
Semester At Sea - Ship Tips Part 2
Round 2 of Ship Tips! In this video I go over the top 5 events on the ship to prepare for and I give you some miscellaneous tips about ship life! Here are the top 5 events to prepare for on Semester At Sea: 1) Talent Show - Anyone who wants to perform for the shipboard community will have the chance to at the Talent Show! In fact, on my voyage there were so many performers, we had two Talent shows. If you want to do something in particular like play guitar etc. make sure to bring it and prepare for your chance to shine! 2) Sea Olympics - You can check out my video my on the Sea Olympics for more details on the event. Unfortunately, you won't know what kind of shirt color you'll need until you're on the ship however I would recommend bringing "war paint" to get in the competitive mood for the epic day! 3) Neptune Day - Again you can check out the video on Neptune Day of more details. Make sure to bring with you a swim suit and a go pro. These will be helpful throughout the voyage. Also, you have the opportunity to shave your head and have a "reason" for it. If you're going to ever shave your head, I think Neptune Day is the best excuse to do so. 4) Auction - You can either participate by donating items (like oreo cookies or guitar lessons etc.) or by bidding on items. All the funds for the shipboard auction go to help future voyagers and are tax deductible. Personally I really wish I had brought Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies just to see how much they would have been bought for. Seriously, do it and please tell me how much they sold for! 5) Alumni Ball - This is when you get to dress up all fancy, take pretty pictures and have a white table cloth dinner at no extra charge. Some people go all out, others wear cultural outfits that they've purchased in India or China etc. One guy even wore a Pikachu onesie. It's all up to you how you want to dress. You don't have to wear a suit/fancy dress if you don't want to and I wish I had just left my heels at home. Bonus EVENT! 6) Ship Swap! I believe this is not a normal event that occurs but was exclusive to my voyage. We turned a part of the ship into a thrift store but the best part is you didn't have to pay for anything! You could come, leave whatever it is you don't have room for and or take whatever was sitting out. There was a TON of really nice stuff because people (like me) over packed and needed to lighten their load. The best part was everything that wasn't taken we donated to a local charity in Morocco so it wasn't wasted. Miscellaneous Shtuff… If you cannot make it to meal times for whatever reason you can purchase food through your ID card which is kind of your life line so don't lose it! The food that you buy will be put on your shipboard account and is an additional cost (aka not included in your overall bill for SAS). On the MV Explorer you could purchase food at the snack bar and or on the 7th deck. Since there is a new ship they'll probably have something similar. You can also purchase "fancy dinner" or special occasion dining. These meals are white table cloth served meals. They are an additional $30 and or sometimes they reduce the price to $15. These are the meals that are served during the alumni ball and the days in transit. You can also buy cake to celebrate a birthday. There are a number of choices and they even have ice cream cake. Or you can pretend to be a part of someones friend group and get the left over pieces of cake. People tried this tactic quite often! The cakes range in price from $15-$75 depending on the size. The food that they serve is buffet style and there is a lot of bread, paste and meat. Overall lots and lots of carbs. There are also pub nights where you can purchase alcohol on the ship, however you're limited to a two drinks. In regards to policies of the ship you need to know about Dock Time. Dock Time is time that you are required to stay abroad the ship when we are in port once everyone else as been through the immigration process. It's basically a time out. You can get dock time for: A. Being late for on ship time or B. Getting "Drunk Tanked" aka if you appear to be intoxicated you'll be placed in an observation room until you are medically cleared (sober). Those are all my Ship Tips! Hope they help you have an amazing time on your voyage. Subscribe to this channel to stay updated on the journey! http://www.youtube.com/ehrensworld Stalk me on Instagram!!! http://www.instagram.com/ehrenhotchkiss Follow me on Twitter!!! http://www.twitter.com/ehrenhotchkiss
Views: 5956 Ehren's World
ISAF "Safety at Sea" Seminar
Video and pictures during the weekend "Safety at Sea" Seminar in November 2014 in order to fulfill the ISAF requirements for offshore regattas. Held at a marine base in Neustadt / Holstein in Germany, we were able to make use of the leak chamber, the fire hall and the wave pool for realistic exercises. These, combined with a lot of hands-on classroom material, made for an excellent course
Views: 761 Sv Zanshin
A team of medical staff from the Pattaya Memorial Hospital in Central Pattaya together with members of the Sawang Boriboon Rescue Team held a joint practice exercise at sea on the afternoon of Thursday, 20th August at Bali Hai Port. A real life mock up scenario was set up for a rescue at sea operation for the teams and their volunteers to practice rescue techniques. Stunt volunteers went into the sea pretending to be tourists in trouble after their boat had sunk. Speed boats were sent into action and time after time the “injured” survivors were taken onboard and then put safely on shore until all were rescued. Communication techniques and good teamwork was evaluated and was deemed to have been performed effectively to the delight of the panel of judges. News stories placed on this website are short versions. If you would like the full story, please read the Pattaya People Weekly newspaper.
Seattle Maritime Industry: Safe at Sea
After seeing a need for hands-on safety survival and fire training in the maritime industry, Captain Jon Kjaerulff founded Fremont Maritime Services in 1989. Located at the foot of the Ballard Bridge on Salmon Bay in Seattle, it's trained more than 10,000 mariners over the last 25 years.
Views: 137 Eye of the Needle
Inside Oil Tankers - Documentary Films
CLICK HERE - http://activeterium.com/1DCR - FOR MORE FREE DOCUMENTARIES Inside Oil Tankers - Documentary Films All over the world, tanker operations are constantly moving. Oil tankers are ships specially designed for the bulk transport of either unrefined crude oil or petrochemicals. Their size classes can range from coastal or inland tankers of a few thousand metric tons of deadweight (DWT) to a colossal amount of 550,000 DWT. These giant specialized ships transport approximately two billion metric tons of oil across the sea every year. Crude oil is one of the world's most consumed sources of energy. Oil tankers, therefore, play a significant role in the way the country operates. Because of the products they are built to carry, without proper maintenance, these mammoth ships of black gold can also pose a threat on the environment. To ensure that an oil tanker does not severely impact the environment, oil companies must employ an expert and highly experienced ship management service to oversee tanker operations. They must also routinely check their oil tankers for maintenance purposes. Fixing the smallest dent, scratch or crack can mean the difference between safe sailing across miles of seawater and a devastating oil spill. On board the ship, safety measures should be strictly imposed. Because of the hazardous - and often flammable - nature of the materials being transported, the possession of flammable objects should be avoided if not prohibited entirely to avoid accidents, which can threaten the lives of the people on the ship, as well as the surrounding marine life. Whether at sea or anchored at a dock, tanker operations and safety measures should still be strictly implemented to prevent the ship from negatively affecting the environment.
Views: 2016129 Documentary Films
Safe at Sea - Speedpainting
My first speedpainting! Didn't record the full sketching process because it was kind of a spontaneous decision. Picture can be seen here: http://img01.deviantart.net/76d5/i/2015/206/2/7/safe_at_sea_by_xpsyz-d92i68s.jpg Music: Emancipator - Safe In The Steep Cliffs http://emancipator.bandcamp.com/ Tools used: Photoshop Open Broadcaster Software Windows Moviemaker
Views: 150 Quawfledyffix
DNCE - Cake By The Ocean
Cake By The Ocean (Official Video) Song taken from the SWAAY EP Download: http://republicrec.co/DNCESwaayEx Stream/Share “Cake By The Ocean” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/42ftjU4cTN5UTRksyqBKZJ Follow DNCE Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/DNCE Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DNCE Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DNCEmusic Snapchat: DNCEmusic Directed by Black Coffee & Gigi Hadid Producer by Andrew Lerios Music video by DNCE performing Cake By The Ocean. © 2015 Republic Records a division of UMG Recordings Inc. http://vevo.ly/5StuEf Best of DNCE: https://goo.gl/haNe6F Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/SfnZbH
Views: 336130026 DNCEVEVO
Seafarers UK - Opportunities to Work At Sea - Royal Navy (short)
A Life Without Limits – The Royal Navy This year Seafarers Awareness Week is highlighting 'Opportunities to Work at Sea' - promoting education, training and recruitment services leading to employment in the maritime industry. To showcase some of the job options available, Seafarers UK produced five films which feature young people embarking on a career at sea. This film shows engineering trainee Beatrice Ramoala from the Royal Navy onboard HMS Northumberland. http://www.seafarersawarenessweek.org/
Views: 287 SeafarersAwareness
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Life at Sea MV "Fehn Light"
Impressions from MV "Fehn Light" by Igor Buchlak. The vessel is part of the fleet of Fehn Ship Management. www.fehnship.de
Views: 1652 EMS-Fehn-Group
Rescue of Migrants at Sea: The CS Caprice Story
Capt. Joshua Bhatt and the crew of the CS Caprice, a ship of the Campbell Shipping Company Ltd, based in the Bahamas, was called upon in October to rescue 510 migrants and bring them to safety in Italy. The CS Caprice story highlights the plight of hundreds of thousands of migrants, but also the humanity and kindness of seafarers who under significant and challenging conditions respond to this crisis every day.
Views: 13468 nammaorg
Inflating Life Raft in a Pool (Safety at Sea Course)
This past weekend I took a Safety at Sea course at West Vancouver Yacht Club. One of the segments we learned how to inflate a life raft and so much more!
Views: 669 Sarah Pacopac
The International Maritime Organisation, London amended SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) regulations from July 1986 with far reaching consequences as it introduced new rules for use of Lifeboats on ships in particular Oil and Gas Carriers etc., which proved to be a turning point in the history of M/s Vadyar Boats Pvt Ltd, Chennai, India. Successfully indigenously designed and manufactured the 8 mtr 50 Persons capacity FRP Totally Enclosed Fire Protected Lifeboat after conducting all the prototype tests including the most severe fire test in the very first attempt achieved by only a few Lifeboat builders globally. For this purpose, the Lifeboat was placed in a specially erected concrete tank at the outskirts of Chennai with no human habitation, filled with 3,400 ltrs of kerosene and petrol burned for a continuous period of 14 minutes with a couple of mice kept inside the boat.
Seafarers UK - Opportunities to Work at Sea - Compilation (long)
This year Seafarers Awareness Week is highlighting 'Opportunities to Work at Sea' - promoting education, training and recruitment services leading to employment in the maritime industry. To showcase some of the job options available, Seafarers UK produced five films which feature young people embarking on a career at sea. This compilation shows short versions of all five films, introduced by Anshie Patel from the Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology (IMarEST): - Seafarers Cruising to Success - Royal Caribbean Cadet Robert Mackin-Lang aboard Anthem of the Seas - On the High Seas - The Merchant Navy - Officer Cadet Georgia Atkins studying at Warsash Maritime Academy - A Life Without Limits - The Royal Navy - Engineering Trainees Beatrice Ramoala and Aaron Adam training onboard HMS Northumberland - Super Jobs on Superyachts - Tom Clegg, superyacht engineer and Jamie Guerreiro, superyacht trainee talk about their roles - The New World of Workboats - Jack Owen, a trainee with Holyhead Towing Company talks about the emerging role of workboats. http://www.seafarersawarenessweek.org/
Views: 22525 SeafarersAwareness
News Footage: Boat Sinking
The sea rescue that lead to the development of Life Cell. The rescue was covered by many news outlets both in Australia and Overseas.
Safety at Sea - Blocking a leak at a test centre
At the Safety at Sea seminar in June 2015 we watched a demonstration of blocking a leak at a test centre
Views: 73 Avmar Marine
Ditch at Sea and Live in a Boeing B-17 (1944- Restored)
Ditching in water was a fact of life for stricken aircraft in World War 2, from the frozen white tops of the North Sea to the Shark infested waters of the South Pacific. “Lt. Reynolds.” played by veteran actor Arthur Kennedy (Lawrence of Arabia), is copilot on a B-17 that ditches at sea. He's survives by pure luck, but the rest of the crew is lost due to a lack of preparation. When he gets his own ship, Reynolds vows his crew is thoroughly trained in B-17 ditching. He gives them the straight dope, step by step. You'll see training on land and in the water on everything from crew preparation, responsibilities, crash positioning, exiting the plane, emergency supplies, launching & operating dinghies to using an emergency radio, navigating, rations, first aid & a lot more. And after sinking a Japanese cruiser, (as you might expect) Reynolds & the his crew are shot down and have to put everything they learned into practice in stormy seas. Excellent picture quality, a dramatic storyline & realistic acting, with lots of great interior shots of the Flying Fortress. A must have for every B-17 fan! Get this film and four more on our “The US Army Air Force in World War 2: Behind the Scenes) DVD http://bit.ly/19F9WrI Zeno Zeno's Warbird Videos http://www.zenoswarbirdvideos.com Zeno's Flight Shop DVD Store – Worlds Largest Collection of WW2 Videos http://www.zenosflightshop.com
Views: 132976 ZenosWarbirds
Inspiring Story of Pinoy Chief Cook at Sea
Tune in to the inspiring story of Chief Cook Eliodoro Ranara who was awarded with the title Most Outstanding Family Builder by the Outstanding Balikbayan Reputation Awards (OBRA) There are approximately 400,000 Filipino seafarers deployed overseas, comprising roughly 30 percent of the global maritime fleet. Tinig ng Marino represents this sector by providing a platform for addressing issues concerning the Philippine maritime industry; particularly the protection and welfare of Filipino seafarers. The show is hosted by no less than Engineer Nelson Ramirez, president of United Seafarers Union and known watchdog of seafarers' issues. He is joined by seasoned broadcaster Annie Rentoy. Tinig ng Marino also dedicates a segment on general safety measures at work and at home. TINIG NG MARINO UNTV Channel 37 Saturday,6:15 to 7:00 p.m. http://www.untvweb.com/program/serbisyo-publiko-2/ Aired on: January 03, 2015
Day of the Seafarer - Australian Maritime Safety Authority staff stories of a #CareerAtSea
June 25 is the International Day of the Seafarer. Many of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's staff have had a #CareerAtSea and joined the International Maritime Organization campaign to inspire those considering a life on the sea.
A Matter of Life and Death: Dougie's Story
Dougie is a fisherman on the Isle of Coll, catching shellfish from his boat Seafarer III. Whilst out alone on February 14th 2014, he fell overboard and couldn’t get himself back on his boat. Fortunately he was wearing a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) which saved his life that day. Watch as Dougie Brown talks about his experience of what is every commercial fisherman’s greatest fear. The ‘Sea You Home Safe’ campaign aims to provide every commercial fishermen in the UK with a free PFD and encourage them to wear it whilst working out at sea. For more information visit: http://www.seafish.org/training/sea-you-home-safe Camera and post-production: Beard Askew Productions Produced and edited by Jade Beard and Tim Askew Executive Producer for Seafish: Denise Fraser Music: Licensed from The Music Bed ©Seafish 2015 http://www.seafish.org/
Views: 4093 Seafish
- - Life at sea - -
Short story of a seaman.
Views: 199 রূপকার
Cruise Ship Life Boat Drill - What To Expect
Cruise Ship Life Boat Drill - What To Expect Are you planning to take a cruise? Binoculars http://amzn.to/2j9LPYy Every cruise begins with a lifeboat drill shortly after sailing, like this one on Holland America Cruise Lines. When you first board your ship, find your cabin, and locate the safety information on the cabin door. Locate where your life jackets are stored. As you familiarize yourself with your ship, notice the emergency exit signs, and find where your lifeboat station is. Now you are ready for the life boat drill, sometimes called a muster drill, and for any emergency that should happen at sea. Have a fun and fabulous cruise, one of my favorite ways to travel! No matter where you cruise, a lifeboat drill is an important safety drill the first day you sail. Are you ready for an abandon ship lifeboat drill? ★☆★ SUBSCRIBE TO ME ON YOUTUBE: ★☆★ https://www.youtube.com/c/alaskagranny?sub_confirmation=1 ★☆★ FOLLOW ME BELOW: ★☆★ Blog: http://www.alaskagranny.com/travel-alaska/ ★☆★ RECOMMENDED RESOURCES: ★☆★ Binoculars http://amzn.to/2j9LPYy Sunscreen Spray http://amzn.to/2mjZMTq Mosquito Repellent http://amzn.to/2rnnaG8 Travel Umbrella http://amzn.to/2r1QzWZ
Views: 36424 AlaskaGranny
Safety at Sea - Wave Making for Testing the Vessel...
Fisheries Research Agency of Japan
Views: 22 Worawit Wanchana
Emergency bags promote safety at sea in Niue
In an effort to ensure the safety of lives at sea, 20 emergency 'grab bags' were presented by the European Union Ambassador for the Pacific to small-scale fishers and boat owners in Niue. The emergency kits were made made possible through the Development of Tuna Fisheries in the Pacific Project, an EU supported initiative which is implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC).
Views: 254 Pacific Community
Ship Safe Training Group - A Career at Sea -  Merchant Navy
Thank you to at Ship Safe Training Group for sharing this fantastic video about a career in the merchant navy. The Ship Safe Training Group has for over 30 years provided an entry route for officer trainees wanting to develop their careers within the exciting world of the Merchant Navy. SSTG provides a recruitment and training service for shipping companies operating a wide range of sophisticated vessels supporting all their officer trainees whilst at college and at sea. https://www.sstg.org/
Views: 10895 SeafarersAwareness
Sea Safe Life Raft Inflation
Sea Safe Liferaft Inflation video. see www.datrex.com for more details
Views: 690 Datrex Inc
Cabin Module B15 for Marine Industry Accommodation
FCR Finland's proprietary cabin module meets and exceeds the tightest IMO’s Safety of Life at Sea requirements in a way never before seen in the market. The cabin structure is certified with all penetrations and modules in place. This includes: AC cabin unit, LED down lights with electrical wire and pipe penetrations with wires and pipes. It makes the cabin the first of its kind to be tested as a complete structure for fire integrity. The cabin ensures passenger comfort with: - High-quality materials and production - Optimal sound insulation and uniform down lighting that creates a comfortable atmosphere - Stable temperature to increase the joy of living - and practical and attractive design For ship owners, the cabin structure and provided services give flexibility to customize the cabin to fit their needs cost-effectively. Because the entire value-chain is by one contractor, the delivery is reliable and the process is easy and transparent to follow. The FCR value-chain holds within the entire project from project management to project design, material and resource procurement, production of the cabin and installation with continuous life-cycle support. Learn more about the cabin from http://fcr-finland.fi/materials/
Views: 1539 FCR Finland
Life at Sea!
We work hard, party harder! Its a lonely life, Here is our home and our lonely Seaman Life!
What happened to this family? Finding life jackets and passports at sea
Canadian mining executive Gordon Walker shares his story of finding personal items in the Aegean Sea while vacationing with his family
Views: 110 The Globe and Mail
Datrex demonstration of the Sea Safe Pro-Light Self Righting Inflatable Liferaft
Views: 1134 Datrex Inc
Indonesia: Rohingya Saved At Sea
In May 2015 more than 1,800 people from Myanmar and Bangladesh arrived by boat in Aceh, Indonesia. Many among the group were Rohingya men, women and children from Myanmar. They claimed to have been at sea for months and were abandoned by the boats’ crews some days/ weeks before their boats landed in Aceh. UNHCR estimates that in the first three months of this year, 25,000 people left on smugglers’ boats from the Bay of Bengal. They put their lives in the hands of smugglers and make perilous journeys to avoid persecution and poverty in their countries of origin. Read our latest comments: http://www.unhcr.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/search?page=search&docid=55685ad26&query=rohingya Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] --- Keep up to date with our latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/unhcr?sub_confirmation=1 -- UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to protect and assist those fleeing war and persecution. Since 1950, we have helped tens of millions of people find safety and rebuild their lives. With your support, we can restore hope for many more. Read more at http://UNHCR.org Support our work with refugees now by subscribing to this channel, liking this video and sharing it with your friends and contacts. Thanks so much for your help.
Embarking on Semester At Sea
The start to a journey around the world! Method of travel: SHIP! So what's it like go aboard a ship? Similar to a plane, just a lot slower… I'll take you through the day (2ish days) that got me from home to ship through the entire embarkation process for the Spring 2015 Semester at Sea Voyage around the world! Follow me on my journey! I'm going too… Hilo, Hawaii Yokohama, Japan Kobe, Japan Shanghai, China Hong Kong, China Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Singapore, Singapore Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) Cochin, India Port Louis, Mauritius Cape Town, South Africa Walvis Bay, Namibia Casablanca, Morocco Southampton, England and we'll see from there! Follow me on social media: Ehren Hotchkiss Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ehren-Hotchkiss/1452373265065121?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Twitter: https://twitter.com/EhrenHotchkiss Instagram: https://instagram.com/ehrenhotchkiss/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ehrenhotchkiss/ Tumblr: http://ehrenhotchkiss.tumblr.com Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ehrenhotchkiss/posts -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Ship Tour 2015" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7reJFrlwgQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Saving Lives at Sea | MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station)
A group of Syrian toddlers wail as rescuers lift them from a migrant boat and carry them to safety on board Phoenix, the 40-metre ship belonging to Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS). This is just one of the dramatic clips featured in a new video compiling previously unseen footage from MOAS rescues on the high seas this summer. MOAS saved some 3,000 migrants during its 60-day mission around the Mediterranean Sea and is now appealing for donations and funding to continue saving lives next year. The video, which aims to encourage donations, also features interviews with some of the migrants saved who share their reasons for fleeing conflict and poverty in their countries. The Mediterranean Sea is the deadliest migrant crossing in the world and has already claimed 3,419 lives this year alone as smugglers cram hundreds of people in unseaworthy boats. MOAS, a private rescue initiative that was set up by humanitarians Christopher and Regina Catrambone, is equipped with a ship, two rescue RHIBs and two drones which help to locate migrant vessels in distress. MOAS is raising funds. Much more is needed to fund next year’s operations which cost some €400,000 per month. “Think of all the families fleeing their homes this holiday season because of war, unrest and poverty. These people do not deserve to die at sea. A donation to MOAS this Christmas could make the difference between life and death,” said Regina Catrambone, MOAS founder. Donations can be made on http://moas.eu/10/Donate. To monitor the progress of the vessel and keep up to date with the latest news, follow MOAS on twitter @moas_eu and use the hashtag #MOAS to enter discussions about migration.
Floating Island on the way - In Lebanon
The First Floating Island in the world is now in the final phase of construction to be launched to sea. The workshops are spread at more than a hundred kilometers in Lebanon: Haret Sakher, Tripoli, KaberShmoun and Baysour. The Floating Island is designed to meet the requirements of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL). Beirut International Marine Industry and Commerce with its team of 450 Engineers and senior technicians, working in coordination with the Greek Ship Classification society International Naval Surveys Bureau- INSB Class (www.insb.gr), to launch this first Floating Island in the history of mankind, to the sea from Lebanon to the world within this year 2015.
Views: 1357 Beirut International
10 Incredible Structures Built Underwater
Top 10 existing or conceptions of undersea homes, hotels, restaurants, resorts and science labs deep in the ocean or sea. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Subsix footage from: Dreaming of Maldives Description: When it comes to the oceanic experience, there is an entire world that we have yet to discover in the depths of the sea. Underwater civilizations are the subject of adventure and science fiction entertainment, and living a life among the fishes seems to be a life of fantasy and nothing more. But today, thanks to the innovations of engineering and a lot of money, architects and oceanic experts have found a way to build structures underwater. With the help of designers and engineering experts, we are one step closer to creating civilizations underwater. With the beauty of the ocean and marine life that much closer to being called home by the human race, there has been a lot of drafting, designing, and execution in the world of underwater living. Of course, it is more complicated than just building an underwater structure. As you go underwater, the pressure increases with each inch that you go below the depths of the surface. So these structures must be able to withstand the weight of the water around it. Also, humans cannot live underwater on their own, so these structures must find a way to pump oxygen into the space. Not to mention that these structures must be furnished and bring in food and necessities to live comfortably in a person’s time in the structure. Engineering wise, creating something that is habitable underwater can be a nightmare to execute, let alone design. Compromises to art and style have to be compromised for the sake of safety and human survival. Also, should there be any damages or leaks to the structures, how does one repair them without completely destroying the structure? While it is cool to think of underwater structures, the science and technology behind them is very complicated. Not to mention that underwater structures can be very vulnerable to attacks. Whether it is a sea creature that doesn’t like the hotel that is in its space, or someone on the other side of the glass is antagonizing a killer whale, we all know that these animals have the ability to break multiple layers of glass and cause some real damage. Not only that, but terrorists can also target these underwater structures. All it takes is a bomb or a bullet to completely submerge the structure in water. So, besides the building of the structure, safety precautions must be taken in order to ensure the survival of the structure. Underwater structures are coming in the form of restaurants, museums, and hotels. They are all awesome to think about. But again, the execution behind the building of the structures were complex and potentially the product of any engineer or architect’s nightmares. Something else that has to be taken into consideration is the longevity of the structure, and how long the building will last while dealing with wear and tear from interior and exterior use. But the end results are well worth the effort, and it makes the human race one step closer to completely taking over the earth. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Jules’ Undersea Lodge Ithaa Undersea Restaurant Utter Inn Subsix Poseidon Undersea Resort Aquarius Tektite Hydrolab H20ME Water Discus Music Track: Artificial Life For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
Views: 4176859 TheRichest
RMS TITANIC: The Lifeboats (1912)
More Info: http://wormstedt.com/titanic/lifeboats/lifeboats.htm Every discussion of TITANIC invariably leads to her lifeboats and the fact that they were few in number. It has often been implied that it was simply gross negligence on the part of her builders and the White Star Line. The truth is a bit more nuanced than that. The OLYMPIC class ships were built according to the latest thinking: a ship should be its own lifeboat. Setting a small, open boat adrift in the harsh North Atlantic wasn't considered an ideal life-saving measure. Instead of lifeboats TITANIC boasted watertight subdivision, a double bottom, and a powerful wireless set. The goal was to prevent her sinking and/or keep her afloat long enough for help to arrive. The lifeboats would only be needed to ferry passengers to a rescue ship. The successful rescue of passengers during the sinking of White Star's own RMS REPUBLIC in 1909 reinforced this theory. The ship was her own lifeboat. Unfortunately the events of April 14th/15th 1912 proved this line of thought flawed. For 1500 people there would be no ship, no lifeboats, and no rescue -- only an icy Atlantic grave. The SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) Convention requiring vessels to comply with minimum safety standards in construction, equipment, and operation was first adopted because of the TITANIC disaster. This includes the "Muster Station Drill" held at the beginning of modern cruises to this day. The RMS TITANIC is not merely a melodramatic film or an ancient piece of history: she's a perpetual presence in modern maritime safety. SOLAS: http://www.imo.org/en/About/Conventions/ListOfConventions/Pages/International-Convention-for-the-Safety-of-Life-at-Sea-(SOLAS),-1974.aspx
Views: 33760 iluvcamaros
Nova Scotia Safe at Sea Alliance - Fishing Safety Now
Visit http://www.safeatseans.ca for more information on Fishing Safety Now. Fishing is woven into the fabric of Nova Scotia, but there's no denying it is a dangerous job. The impact of safety within the fishing industry extends beyond fishermen and their vessels to the family and community members who are touched by a loss. A vibrant and prosperous fishing industry in Nova Scotia becomes more possible as it becomes a safer one.
Views: 113660 NS WorkSafeForLife
Dame Award: Life Cell Marine Safety
Life Cell Marine Safety Video Entry for the 2015 Dame Award

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