I have a question about sea time. I am currently in the process of upgrading to 1600tn but im having a prob logging my sea time i think i screwed up when i logged my time for my 100tn because when i logged it i logged all my time on my big boat witch is over 100grt and now that im upgraggig to a bigger lic its calling for 4 more time on a vessel over 100grt and for the last 3 yrs i been on a 99 grt vessel i mean i also have more sea time, Im just lost
Traitor Yankee (August 2nd, 2012)
nut shore ether hole nuther form in this suject mebbe u luk round in maritime topics under subheading maritime training and licensing Hole buncha stuff dere
Damn. Looks like there was a sale on pointy sticks at K-Mar.... :-)Originally Posted by cappy208
Rebel_Rider1969 (August 2nd, 2012)
Amen. Thank you all.
OK Capt.Red I'm game.
You are getting guff because your writing style is very (and I'm being polite here) hard to understand.
You say you have a question. You don't ask any questions in your post. You only say that something is wrong with your seatime.
What is impossible to deal with is your post about days over, under, and logged wrong. How can anyone other than yourself correct this?
None of it makes sense. You make the comment at the end that you are 'lost'. So are we. You need to figure out what you need, what you want to ask, and then ask it.
What do you need? total days required for a 1600GT upgrade? how many of them must be on vessels OVER 100GT?
You mention 'logged wrong' you mean you have already submitted the time into the CG and it is at the lower tonnage? If the time is not submitted yet, fix the tonnage on paper, and have the company write another seaservice letter. Or YOU write a new letter.
"nut shore ether hole nuther form in this suject mebbe u luk round in maritime topics under subheading maritime training and licensing Hole buncha stuff dere "
Cappy you should of just left it at that, made me snort coffee.
dis yung capn here dun bin membr cince 2009 an he stil dunt no how we duz thangs,
If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy. -Red Green
Isn't basic competence in the English language an STCW requirement for an "outside" license over 200 tons?
I hope to Christ that the USCG requires better English than that for STCW. Otherwise why bother at all?
You idiots need to pay attention and pay some respect to Capt. Red there. He's ALREADY a captain. 100 ton near coastal. Says so right there on his profile.
Let them who know not how to pray, go to sea.
It says he's worked on yachts. We need to be careful he may know the Flag Officer.
Let me clear some things up It pissed me off when the guy told me i need to stay on deck Im not a deckhand havnt been in a long time.Now My question is when i turned in my seatime I put 720 days on my big boat it is 104 grt and in cfr46 it requires that you have i think 1400 or so days and at least 360 on a vessel over 100grt will that time apply when i upgrade or do I need log more time on it because The boat that I have been running for the last three yrs is 99grt if so i have alot more seatime from befor i even got my license. Im sorry if there was some confusion I had been on the wheel for a long time and was pretty tired but yet it was not that hard to figure ot what i was saying if you just read it. If you didnt understand it you didnt have to say anything I my self follow the code and dont disrespect other captains. It really doesnt matter any way because i own the boats and could make up the seatime anyway.