|What were trading areas of your ships? (Where did your ships operate?)||My ships sailed the Black Sea, The Mediterranean Sea, The Pacific Ocean, The Indian Ocean, The Atlantic ocean, The Rhine river, The South-Eastern seas, Australian and New Zealand coasts regions, North Europe coast region, practically all over the world (or worldwide).|
|Whhen did you start your sea service?||In June 2017 as an electric (deck, engine) cadet on the universal ship for the Danube Shipping Company.|
|Do you have any experience in assisting catering staff?||Yes, I do. During my first contract i was often assigned to assist in the galley with peeling potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, laying tables in mess-rooms, cleaning tables and washing up.
|Do you know lookout duties?||Yes, I do. keeping watch as a bridge lookout is one of the sailor`s duties. A lookout must watch that there were no any ships or other objects on the ships course. At night he must watch any lights on the course. If he notices any objects or lights he must immediately report to the officer of the watch. He can use binoculars for keeping a lookout watch.
|What wheel orders do you know?||Перейдите по ссылке команды на руль.
|What can you tell about mooring operations?||During mooring operations the sailor keeps watch at one of the mooring station. He executes the bosun`s (the officer) commands. The bosun (or the officer) tells to stand by for mooring. Then he tells to have the heaving line ready. When the ship approaches the shore the sailors throw the heaving line on the shore. The boatman on the shore catches the heaving line. Then the sailors passes the head line (rope) and the stern line ashore. They also pass ashore bow and stern springs and breast lines. They heave them up and make fast. Then they heave up all the ropes alongside to put the ship close to the berth and make them fast.