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Hello people my name is Joe Furness, I am from Manchester, England. I came across the industry after watching the movie Captain Phillips (I am serious), since I'm from nowhere near the sea I thought the movie made the job look pretty exciting so I applied online and the rest is history.

Currently sailing as Third Officer and have been with @maerskline since starting my studies. Didn't face many problems as it's pretty easy to get a cadetship in the UK, all cadetships are sponsored by a company because there's not many of us.

I'm happy with the way My company treats their employees, we have it really good here all things considered when you compare life to smaller Asian managed companies with no onboard facilities and long contracts.

Really enjoy working with other nationalities, learnt how to get by in Tagalog and it's cool to make friends from different places in the world.

Life at sea is a constant adventure with complete freedom at the end of the tunnel (sign off)
The coolest moment was probably sailing under Aurora Borealis (northern lights) in northern Russia, a camera could never capture all of what you see so it's kinda a special moment just to be there.
We at Humans At Sea celebrate this immense passion for the ocean, and we wish you @joethesailor the very best of life experiences out in the seas! Thank you for sharing your heartfelt story.

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Savannah Lines (aka Ocean Steamship Co.) has had many vessels under their belt. One I have already made a post of way back, that being City of Atlanta. This one is an older ship, albeit similar in standard design, the City of Columbus. The steamer started life in 1878, as a merchant that could carry large quantities of both cargo and passengers. She was 270 ft long, weighed some 2,200 tons, and could make just at 15 knots. She was unique in being built in the time frame when sail was still around as a secondary means of propulsion (having two masts as well as one screw). She served faithfully for her company overlords for a few years; at least long enough to earn a profit for her construction of imagine. Things took a turn for the worst however in early 1884. It’s January 18th and City of Columbus is steaming off of the coast of Massachusetts when the weather looked badly down upon the ship. Winds picked up and the worsening conditions meant that she was being driven off course and pushed closer to land. No amount of maneuvering helped and the vessel found herself grounded off of Gay Head with the lighthouse within sight. The area in which she grounded was known as Devil’s Bridge Reef, the rocks, City of Columbus was doomed. The storm slid her stuck fast hull along the jagged edge and a massive influx of water came in and dragged her to the bottom of the coast. Rescue ships came quickly, but were unfortunately only able to find 29 people still clinging to life. The disaster would claim the lives of 103 people, most trapped in the hull when she sank. #massachusetts #gayhead #lighthouse #devilsbridge #reef #wreck #ship #photo #maritime #history #sketch #art #merchantmarine #merchantnavy #1878 #1884 #2018 #lestweforget #gale #storm #noreaster #cityofcolumbus

Gantry cranes, Port Said.

WAITEMATA ready to anchor #ships #unionsteamshipco #merchantnavy

"I used to dream about escaping my ordinary life, but my life was never ordinary. I had simply failed to notice how extraordinary it was"

Hello, my name is Fenia and I'm from Greece. One of my friends told me about shipping industry, I found it very interesting as I continued searching for it. At the age of 15, I joined the merchant marine academy. I'm 19 now and working as a deck cadet on a cargo ship.

I faced some problems at The Beginning Of My Career Due To The Gender Inequality, but I proved myself able seafarers and I gained respect.

I am pretty much-satisfied with the company I am working for and the people I work with, as it is only the beginning of my career. I believe men and women equally should not take the respect of others for granted, and work hard to gain it.

My love for the sea is immense, as I grew up on an island, Being on a vessel feels like home to me. I enjoy the good and the bad moments. Life on board is very tough, but this is my life, it’s the thing that makes me feel alive.
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We at Humans At Sea celebrate this immense passion for the ocean, and we wish you @feniaaaaaaaa the very best of life experiences out in the seas! Thank you for sharing your heartfelt story.

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Queen Anne’s Revenge - 1710 - Blackbeard’s flagship - all done and this time for real I think.
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(Ship above is not that of Leusden) In the early 1700s, it wasn’t uncommon unfortunately to have slave ships on the high seas. One of these was the 120 ft Leusden, a Dutch ship (more specifically a frigate) built in 1718. She had a short lived life for a sailing vessel, but in those years was held a great deal of suffering for thousands of her “cargo”. One run would end the suffering of her chained passengers. While nearing the Americas, Leusden got caught in a large gale that began blowing her off course. Eventually the ship and those on board found themselves near the mouth of the Maroni River in modern day Brazil. With a grinding halt, on January 18th, 1738, she hit a sandbank and the waves began pounding the ship. Realizing the danger, the crew abandoned ship, but didn’t bother releasing the slaves trapped in her holds. The ship broke up in the surf, drowning all but 12 men and women; that’s estimated to have been 702 people. The whereabouts of those 12 survivors after I cannot tell you as I don’t know. #slaveship #merchantnavy #merchantmarine #ship #history #maritime #painting #art #dutch #ghana #maroniriver #gale #storm #lestweforget #african #slave #brazil #sailingship #1718 #1738 #2018 #leusden

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