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Ship In Storm! Bad Weather and Rough Seas in Atlantic Ocean | Life at Sea

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Encountered Rough Seas, Extreme Weathers in Atlantic Ocean. In which we lost a lifebuoy and a firebox. Share with your ship's crew, family & friends! For updates of my journey and sneak peeks, follow me on IG instagram.com/jeffrey.hk/ Check out my other video/vlog: =====Playing with 100 Fire Extinguishers===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyNnAwYiLCY =====Top 6 Questions about Merchant Marine===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBpQ9Y4jEfg =====Chipping and Painting===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtbLLBDfXY4 =====Sail Through Suez Canal===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a3hLZJZmlI =====Beautiful Hong Kong 4K Timelapse:===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8cNY0GcVxA
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procrastinate valor (4 hours ago)
I love your videos man!!!! Exposes us to the fact that there are so many other interesting things to do in the world
tune73 (17 hours ago)
how much continual flexing can they take?
MrDavidelliottjr (2 days ago)
Beautiful video. Ty
BMG ONE (6 days ago)
Lensatrio (9 days ago)
Hi, I'm looking for a job in the ship. My background is Meteorologist who observe the weather in Airport. any Idea for great job?
mahmed esaa (10 days ago)
What is the most popular
kiwiWiki154 (14 days ago)
*God's way of blessing my eyes in a different way*
Amir Zadah (18 days ago)
I'm lucky, that I could find this channel
Aini Messi (21 days ago)
Which sea is the best and the worst
Abraham Philip (26 days ago)
In laden condition having a Fluid GM of about 1- 20 mts would be ideal in rough seas, makes the ship to behave more tender.. The rolling which is shown does not look more than about 12 degrees.
James Morgan (27 days ago)
Commonsense would say ships like yours would flex like that but how amazing to actually see the corridors doing it. I never thought that until I saw it.
CASEY SHEPHERD (30 days ago)
I guess being out sea isn’t for everyone. I loved it looking back. Btw I couldn’t hardly feel any of the massive waves being on a carrier I slept like a baby on board.. But then again that’s me.
Andri Alvian (30 days ago)
Please subtitle
Archan Nayak (1 month ago)
I love to watch your videos whenever I become sad. The vastness of the sea makes my mind free. You have a awsome job I bet . You are doing a awsome job . Love you sir🖤
GS9 (1 month ago)
thank god i dont get sea sickness so i can get on one of them ships and sail across the oceans
Fábio Ricardo (1 month ago)
Awesome! Thank you for sharing your experience!
Aaron Yandell (1 month ago)
How many men are in your crew?
MegaRmee (1 month ago)
Very good video! Look my nice timelapse https://youtu.be/BMXkNpZIjlc
HugoDiasR (1 month ago)
Jørgen Pettersen (1 month ago)
Worste weather ive had was 17 meters on a tug in the north sea, outside norway
David Silva Nogueira (1 month ago)
Thanks for sharing. Hugs from Brazil.
Jonathan Holt (2 months ago)
0:02 your logo grows out of sea spray. You are quite an artist!
Alexander Hicks (2 months ago)
just discovered your channel! what rank are you in the merchant navy? how many months do you work a year and if you dont mind me asking what is your current salary? very interested in this field! thanks
Jon Hoptry (2 months ago)
Cool vids and awsome quality
Michael S. Howard (2 months ago)
Nice to see the flexing of the ship....
The Byronicmann (2 months ago)
What’s the music right at the very end?
Puloh Han (2 months ago)
Will you marry with mermaid or a girl? But you look great bro!
Austin Lopez (2 months ago)
Mate, fantastic and informative video, I thoroughly enjoyed that! Freaky the way the ship bends and warps in big seas 😬
Mr. T (2 months ago)
Merrick Kent (2 months ago)
AYYYY you went to Gibraltar NICEEEE I live der 😂😂🤙... My dads a pilot
grouchyoldguy fawks (2 months ago)
another awesome video!
triplflip900 (3 months ago)
What is the last song played?
Tridev Mishra (3 months ago)
What is that background music?
gtgene (3 months ago)
The North Atlantic has the mentions for rough seas, but are the trans-Pacific shipping lanes just as bad?
RAVI (3 months ago)
Thanks for sharing .....excellent work
mousek801 Mousek801 (3 months ago)
4:00 Well that's fucking terrifying...
Gunnar_Griggs (3 months ago)
What ship were you working on at the time?
Stephen M. Stouter (3 months ago)
Why do the best channels never upload? I’ve just been rewatching all your old vids
Sudeep Kumar (4 months ago)
How's is the salary given i mean during vacation for 3 months or more i will be paid or what plz plz tell
Lúcio (4 months ago)
Just a question, how come all the containers are still there? Shouldn't they like, wash away?
sergiomarchelli (4 months ago)
It can bend...
Leroy The-Savage (4 months ago)
Does it ever get bad like what you see in deadliest catch
FelineHYPER (4 months ago)
Gotta watch life of Pi again
Valaha (4 months ago)
Amazing videos, Jeff. Definitely SUBSCRIBED!
Steve Garr (4 months ago)
The clip of the ship flexing is truly, one of the most impressive video I have seen regarding the forces of nature, and its affect on our structures,. One question, would you happen to know, even a guess, of amount of horizontal and/or vertical movement the ship goes through in those conditions? Perhaps one of those ship architects from school knows, or another structural engineer.
Nasimul Nadim (4 months ago)
Glorious shots. Keep 'em coming.
Roshan Samantaray (4 months ago)
You are watching for the people all the best
Thumpd (4 months ago)
Wish I could do this for a living.
Pottema (4 months ago)
I like your video's a lot, very clear and educational
Yannik Duwe (4 months ago)
And in the 18th century people used wooden boats... wow
ugnbugn (4 months ago)
Another outstanding production Jeff. Absolutely first class!
Rufus Earl (4 months ago)
This is by far one of the best videos that I have seen made by a person on youtube. The editing, angles, descriptions, narration, and content. The view of the ship flexing under stress is outstanding. Great work, keep it up.
finalascent (5 months ago)
I was on a short hop from Rotterdam to Hull and back just a couple of weeks ago. Was a passenger aboard an 800 TEU container feeder. The trip back was typical North Atlantic steel grey - some precipitation, 20-30 knot winds. The inclinometer on the bridge showed up to a 20 degree roll! Exciting!
John bon (5 months ago)
SIDHARTH Ajay Nair (5 months ago)
How many times storms appeared infront of you, is their any safety things for the people in ship if the ship can't control the storm?
Matthew Gillespie (5 months ago)
Would sleeping in a hammock not counter all the movement of the ship?
M Dhariya (5 months ago)
What is the speed of sheep ?
Kool-Aids Adventures (5 months ago)
Love the time lapse. Looks amazing. Great cinematography
Cieran Ferguson (5 months ago)
Lemmino's music?
Elliott Johnson (5 months ago)
on our way home from hawaii back to san diego we hit some pretty rough seas. basically walking on the bulkhead.
trey (5 months ago)
Thank you you for filled a lifelong question. what does the night sky look like in the middle of the ocean? being on a cruise ship between Galveston Texas and Montego Bay Jamaica it wasn't that great
Andy Bradford (5 months ago)
Nothing falls off
Fou ! Excellent ! Bravo !
Sock Puppet (5 months ago)
How does he record continuously for so long?
livinston paul (5 months ago)
Gelyyow (5 months ago)
You always make me excited
peep Gregory-Potter (5 months ago)
i have a question: what would you/your crew do if container(s)fell off
Kelly Webb (5 months ago)
Do ships loose containers while at sea ?
Chris topher (5 months ago)
Another good video. Wild to see all the twisting around on the interior.
Crazy Funny Cats (5 months ago)
Great 👍 flik
bunjali bujal (5 months ago)
Great video editing... I love it..
special T (5 months ago)
So the shots of below deck flexing and shifting was time lapsed? Still crazy
thedogdogification (5 months ago)
Wow, it's not until he walks (and walks and walks) through it that you get a sense of how long that corridor really is!
John K Lindgren (6 months ago)
*Sutt yooooooot. Kiitos. Bangkok-Johnny CarSanook Media Thailand*
bobzi ference (6 months ago)
i love your vids
tangerinehead (6 months ago)
I love this channel so much. Please never stop!
KK N (6 months ago)
Do you have internet during the shipping?
Styx (6 months ago)
@JeffHK - im trying to get into video editing but im not sure what to start out with. any suggestions on what to learn to edit video for content creation??? or adding intro's and stuff like that? software recommendations? love your videos and its amazing to see it from your POV!
JeffHK (6 months ago)
premiere pro, just search on youtube for tutorials
Jessica Lee (6 months ago)
Look so scared
Jessica Lee (6 months ago)
How can u stay well inside of the ship??
Vinay Kumar (6 months ago)
One of the best vlogger i have seen.. Fantastic Camera work and super music. Well edited ❤
qiang li (6 months ago)
Is it possible for extreme weather to break a tanker like this ?
Vassilis Skouras (6 months ago)
My friend who is seafarer solved the relaxing problem by installing a hammock somewhere in the ship. 😂😂😂 Keep it up! Greeting from Greece :)
Alexander Källberg (6 months ago)
Really interesting to see the flexing of the ship!
DoomFinger511 (7 months ago)
Wow great job video shots of how the ship was flexing. Don't know if you did this yet but I'd love to see a tour of your personal quarters and what life is like during your down time on the ship.
Freeski Zermatt (7 months ago)
Wow... amazing content! So interesting to have a look behind the scenes.earned a new Sub;)
jordy piejord (7 months ago)
Wow the ending clip showed something that cant be seen that easily great video
Ibby Lancaster (7 months ago)
Great videos man! Looks like your channel took off! Excellent content, videos and editing. Really cool stuff!
Terry Dai (7 months ago)
bro your vlog is at the same interesting level as Casey Neistat's vlog
Yuanyuan Qu (7 months ago)
seeing this is another reminder of just how powerful the sea is
wlshyd182 (7 months ago)
Brilliant vlogs these
Rachel Cheong (7 months ago)
I'm going to embark on my first sailing journey soon and seeing Ur videos really help me see a wider world out there :0
Mystery of Science (8 months ago)
i think you are working on same ship
Charles Thomas (8 months ago)
I loved the shot of the flex in the passageways. That took me back to when i was a US Marine headed Into the Persian gulf. I was aboard the USNS Flint. Old ammunition ship, Kilauea Class. That thing flexed well. Not exactly a comfort inspiring thing to see on an ammunition stores ship. Good times though.
cptnscarlet (8 months ago)
Do the sea-cans on deck get water in them?
Baz94 ! (8 months ago)
Really enjoying your vids jeff. Whats the name of your ship?
Baz94 ! (7 months ago)
Mr. E thank you very much.
Mr. E (7 months ago)
His ship is the OOCL Atlanta
Madelaine L. Varela (8 months ago)
the ship's hull must flexes when it presents movements like Hogging and Sagging, because if it was completely rigid it would have a higher chance of literally breaking, right? ⚓️
Vasko Obscura (8 months ago)
Would love to see more videos on this topic. It's great to get your perspective.
Spookipooh (8 months ago)
1:27 Sounds like my sex life *finger pistols*
Jesus Ibañez (8 months ago)
Many factors must be taken into account when the ship is sailing through rough weather, visibility, temperature, pressure, because according these values the crew can avoid the storms to ensure the safe navigation.

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