NAVIGARE PE O NAVĂ DE CREAȚE |HOUSTON către DJIBOUTI |  VIAȚA UNUI MARINAR
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În 2021 am petrecut 65 de zile navigând pe un vrachier. Nava a adus ajutor alimentar american de la Houston Texas în Djibouti Africa. O călătorie nebună. #bulkcarrier #foodaid #sailor

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  1. Seems like your cruise over to "Do your bootie" was good. I'm a Sailor, but a Military/Warship Sailor (U. S. Navy), Retired. It's a shame your port visits were very short. When we visited a Port we had at least 2 weeks sometimes more. We stood watches too, berthing, hangar bay, flight deck, port, underway, ashore, all types of watches. You have your own berthing, we had to share with other dudes (eww). But it was all good. Pay probably not as good as yours but I enjoyed my 20 years in the Navy.

  2. I'll never forget the time working aboard an MSC ship, Djibouti was a regular stop. Well, Djibouti is a big camel transit point for Africa and the Middle East. On this occasion I wanted a picture of all of the camels in the holding pen. I passed my camera over to a worker who said he'd take my pic inside the pen. As soon as I jumped into the cage the guy takes off running with my camera. Lesson learned, but very poor country

  3. As a dock worker in Houston, I see these ships come go and go day by day. Thanks so much for letting me see what goes on between the ports! keep up the great work!

  4. Just found your channel this week. Really like them so far. I spent 4 years in the USCG then did about 3 years in the NMU out of the Boston Union Hall. The last 6 years my wife & I were RVers off & on.

  5. Its funny how delivery drivers b@%$ if they dont get tips for driving 1 mile to deliver your food… but no one recognizes those who deliver 1000s of miles in container ships… let my tip go to THEM. (Truckers too)

  6. This is what I was talking about in my other comment the greater good and so forth and the similarities between people like you and military members. It’s awesome being on that world scale and it’s cool to do things that help people. It is something you can’t find and regular jobs Very easy. And that feeling and understanding you get is something most citizens of most countries do not understand they only know what is in front of them

  7. Is it ever hazardous having all that grain dust around? I know silos do blow up sometimes. But I’m guessing that maybe the humidity helps? Great video! Loved watching

  8. Great video Joe, really tells the story. I have always been interested in your line of work…I ride trains from New York to New Jersey, I see the container ships all the time! Keep the videos coming….Where are you now?

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