SEASICKNESS, WHAT CAUSES ?

22 SEPT 2019 Seasickness results from a conflict in the inner ear and the erratic motion of a vessel. One of the least pleasant aspects of going to sea is the possibility of getting seasick. An individual’s susceptibility to seasickness is highly variable. If you’ve ever had motion sickness when …

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VESSEL PILOTAGE OPERATIONS, MANAGING A PERILOUS TASK

20 SEPT 2019 By Capt. Manjur Khan (LinkedIn): Master Mariner (Aus), serving as Marine Pilot-Loading Master for LNG Terminals (Gorgon Wheatstone). Previously served Offshore Support Vessels operation management, Commonwealth of Australia (AMSA) & State (NSW) Maritime Regulatory Administrations; Liner Shipping operations as Port Captain, and as seagoing officer/master on various …

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