Permanent job position

WoundUpMarine

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26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

WoundUpMarine

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26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

Pedlyr

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Kudos and good luck.

DP II????
Diesel Electric???

How is the rotation? Assume you are in GOM (not Gulf of Maine;))
 

WoundUpMarine

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26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

Stinkpot

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Cape Cod Canal
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36' Calvin Beal
I'm sittin' here making 525 MW of power, but am nowhere near the coast:mad:. Can I be your relief???
 

WoundUpMarine

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26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

Blitzen

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Sumday Isle, RI
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Flowers Boat Works 46, 1991 Boston Whaler Outrage 19
Congratulations. Good for you to be moving up.
Stay cool in that engine room this summer, I always envied the engineers when we were crossing the GOM during the summer. The heat and humidity is killer.
 

Bill

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Congrats Dude..What company is that with again? transocean or global santa fe?
 

WoundUpMarine

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26' Duffy, 23' Seaway, 14' Holland

CEShawn

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Cape Cod, MA
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RP35
I got to survey some awesome seamounts on my last ship... Sadly we couldn't fish because many times before lines would get caught up on the Z-drive and mess up the lip seals... Sure enough went into a shipyard and had tons of wire around them from their XBT drops...

Again congrat's have fun! Just remember the next step up, the Chiefs office... I like mine, it always has A/C, quiet, 42" Sony, fridge, several places to take naps...
 

CaptDave

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31' Eastern w/John Deere 6076 AFM30
Congratulations to all of you guys sailing on your engineers license. It was kind of strange, I just PM'd WU Marine and asked who he sails for. My son just picked up his Second Asst and working for Bouchard. Studying his ass off for the Chief Eng license of Uninspected Vessels. Have great respect for the guys who get you where you want to go.

Miss sailing, USCG (ret) who enjoyed setting buoys in AK and having a cold one with the guys on the way to the crab grounds

Dave
 

CaptDave

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Shawn,

He is on Linda Lee Bouchard and the schedule is OK, know he will be putting feelers out there for a job that pays second wages. I take it you are an MMA guy and what year did you graduate? Splashing Relentless on Friday, first trip scheduled for cod on Monday and weather already looks iffy. All this work, big improvements, now let me go fishing.

Dave
 

Stinkpot

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Cape Cod Canal
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36' Calvin Beal
hahaha sure, although it get soooome hot here in the summer. what plant are you working at? gas turbine/combine cycle or nuke?
Combined cycle in Bellingham, MA. If they don't need a relief, I'd offer to keep your boat limber for you, unless you're gonna cruise it to the job site... Good luck!
 
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