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Life at Sea on an ERRV Part 12. September - October 2017

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🚢 PART 12 Life at Sea on an ERRV. September - October 2017
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Aaron Smyth (2 months ago)
So who comes to rescue the ERRV?
Bigwavemaster1 (2 months ago)
Another ERRV or SAR helicopter.....hopefully
Lu-Lu-LuvU (11 months ago)
Great Job. Someone had a peek-a-boo in the bull's-eye. 😜😆
Bigwavemaster1 (11 months ago)
😂😂
ivo van toor (1 year ago)
could someone elaborate on the use of those metal plates in front of the windows? are they to prevent damage during a storm? or were they placed after a storm damaged the windows?
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
They are placed there when windows get smashed. Here we are just making sure they fit and practicing putting them on.
anita bandita (1 year ago)
Was that Fryderyk Chopin?
HughzieTube (1 year ago)
Am I right in thinking that the boat you replace has also been at sea a month? In which case does that mean the boats spend a month tied up in dock between shifts? Or do they have another crew that take it out onto another job?
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Hello. That is correct. Each boat has 2 crews. There are a couple that just do relief work. They let a boat go in the change crew, take stores and get some repairs done. The relief ship then moves on to another location for the same again.
Mr Cat (1 year ago)
Finally. It has been a while since you uploaded any video.
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Ha! I spend a month at home and then a month at sea. I upload a video every 2 month at the end of each trip. Thanks for watching 😊
rarbi.art (1 year ago)
during colder months these helmets might be nice, but i i assume they are a horror during summer...
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
I'm sure what you mean?
Peter Lovett (1 year ago)
Excellent video as always. Please keep them coming.
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Thanks Peter.
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Thanks Peter
TheSWolfe (1 year ago)
Givin' them engines a run for their money, eh? That water's so big, sometimes u guys look like u've been set adrift in a colossal bathtub or agitating washing machine. Anyone ever have to overcome seasickness when 1st signing up to train for this career?
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Oh yes. A few people have been taken off during a trip because of seasickness.
Stephen Barnes (1 year ago)
Another outstanding bit of sea life
Bigwavemaster1 (1 year ago)
Thanks Stephen

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