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Fake crew

There's plenty of fakers working on yachts, these overconfident and flirtatious knuckleheads are expert excuse makers and finger pointers. Fakers are illusionists that appear to be working productivity, when their actually not.  They know exactly when the day starts, what time breaks occur and the first to disappear when it's knock off time. Fakers love taking advantage of other people, suddenly appearing when jobs are finishing and know where all the hiding spots are around the boat and the marina.  These professional dog walkers, errand runners and ass lickers know how to keep captains and department heads fooled. The true > more

The Darkside of the Industry....sssh no one likes to speak of it.

Yachting is a strange and wonderful world.  Life takes us down different paths and we briefly may meet someone that seems for like only a moment and poof, they are gone.  Years later you run into them and once you had helped them up their ladder of success, now they are there for your continued climb, this happens alot in this industry.  Keeping in touch in some way shape or form with yachting without actually working on a boat is interesting and that was just what Johnnie had done.  Took nearly a two year hiatus from the stank of crappy > more

The Ultimate Guide for Fighting Ship Fires Successfully

According to research, fire outbreaks are among the most frequent causes of accidents at sea, in parallel with grounding, collision, and grazing contact. Every seventh fire outbreak culminated in the loss of life, and it was established that the most frequent outcome from a fire was damage to the vessel and inability to proceed with the journey. Fires don’t cause themselves. At sea, you can’t really blame the environment for causing fire. So who is to blame? You’re probably guessing already - people. Not by malice, usually, but by error. Reports suggest that “human error is a significant part of > more
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