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Le spectacle magique de la passerelle de commandement à la nuit tombée, centre névralgique des officiers. 
Donc Tom est 3rd officer ? Ce qui veut dire... ?
Le Timca, c'est (seulement, vu sa taille) 20 personnes : le Capitaine, l'équipage du deck et des machines, les ingénieurs machines, l'équipe cuisine et les officiers de la passerelle justement : le chief officer, 2nd et 3rd officer. Leur rôle c'est la nav' quand vient leur tour de faire "leur quart", la supervision de l'équipage pour les travaux sur les decks, les plans de chargements et de déchargement... et un rôle additionnel par officier : pour Tom la sécurité sur le bateau par exemple. Et le rôle bonus du Capitaine selon ses dires ? Sleep ! Sauf qu'en vérité il est plutôt du genre insomniaque... #VoyageEnCargo #CargoShipTravel #Seafarers #Maritime #ContainerShip #SeaLife #Sailor #ShipLife #Instashipping #Sail #Seaman #CargoShip #Cargo #SonyAlpha #Voyage
Night on board 🌃 Le spectacle magique de la passerelle de commandement à la nuit tombée, centre névralgique des officiers. Donc Tom est 3rd officer ? Ce qui veut dire... ? Le Timca, c'est (seulement, vu sa taille) 20 personnes : le Capitaine, l'équipage du deck et des machines, les ingénieurs machines, l'équipe cuisine et les officiers de la passerelle justement : le chief officer, 2nd et 3rd officer. Leur rôle c'est la nav' quand vient leur tour de faire "leur quart", la supervision de l'équipage pour les travaux sur les decks, les plans de chargements et de déchargement... et un rôle additionnel par officier : pour Tom la sécurité sur le bateau par exemple. Et le rôle bonus du Capitaine selon ses dires ? Sleep ! Sauf qu'en vérité il est plutôt du genre insomniaque... #VoyageEnCargo  #CargoShipTravel  #Seafarers  #Maritime  #ContainerShip  #SeaLife  #Sailor  #ShipLife  #Instashipping  #Sail  #Seaman  #CargoShip  #Cargo  #SonyAlpha  #Voyage 
Petit reportage sur mes 8 jours à bord d'un porte-conteneurs. À l'horizon : des fantastiques paysages et toute une vie pour l'équipage!

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Petit reportage sur mes 8 jours à bord d'un porte-conteneurs. À l'horizon : des fantastiques paysages et toute une vie pour l'équipage! Lien en bio!
Fotografie ist, wenn man auch mal experimentiert. Smartphone durch Fernglas. Motiv: Victoria Seaways auslaufend am #marineehrenmal #laboe. #dfds #kiel @igerskiel @geliebteskiel #fernglas #binoculars #cargoship #frachter #fähre #ferry #kielklaipeda #memel #ostsee #navalmemorial #balticsea #seapower #fotografie #victoriaseaways #statt #victoriassecret
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 10 = The ship graveyards in the region, the destruction of the fishing industry and the trapping industry of the Aral Sea) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 Two abandoned fishing trawlers lay stern-to-stern, alongside a road on the former seabed near the former port city of Muynak, Uzbekistan. The ship on the right seems to have been cut apart by scrap dealers. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- The Aral Sea's fishing industry, which in its heyday employed some 40,000 workers and "reportedly" produced one-sixth of the Soviet Union's entire fish catch, was and has been devastated by the evaporation of the Aral Sea, and it's former fishing towns along the original shores have become ship graveyards. Aral Kazakhstan, originally the main fishing port in the region, is now several miles from the sea and has seen its population decline dramatically since the beginning of the disappearance of the Aral Sea. -------------------------------------------- The city of Moynaq in Uzbekistan had a thriving harbor and fishing industry that employed about 30,000 people; now it lies miles from the shore. Soviet-era Fishing trawlers and cargo vessels lie scattered on the dry seabed around the former harbor of Moynaq that was once covered by water; many ships have been there for 20 years. The evaporation of the Aral Sea also destroyed the muskrat-trapping industry in the areas of the river deltas of the Amu Darya and Syr Darya, which "reportedly" used to yield as many as 500,000 pelts a year. #The🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea --------------------------------------------#Kazakhstan #Uzbekistan #Turkmenistan #Tajikistan #Desert #CaspianSea #Nomads #Ural #ImperialRussia #Orenburg #SovietUnion #Soviet #SovietNavy #CargoShip #Russia #Russian #CentalAsia #Asia #Ecosystem #MiddleEast #TianShan #Environment #FishingTrawler #NavalHistory #MilitaryHistory #History #History #Historian #HistoryBuff
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 10 = The ship graveyards in the region, the destruction of the fishing industry and the trapping industry of the Aral Sea) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 Two abandoned fishing trawlers lay stern-to-stern, alongside a road on the former seabed near the former port city of Muynak, Uzbekistan. The ship on the right seems to have been cut apart by scrap dealers. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- The Aral Sea's fishing industry, which in its heyday employed some 40,000 workers and "reportedly" produced one-sixth of the Soviet Union's entire fish catch, was and has been devastated by the evaporation of the Aral Sea, and it's former fishing towns along the original shores have become ship graveyards. Aral Kazakhstan, originally the main fishing port in the region, is now several miles from the sea and has seen its population decline dramatically since the beginning of the disappearance of the Aral Sea. -------------------------------------------- The city of Moynaq in Uzbekistan had a thriving harbor and fishing industry that employed about 30,000 people; now it lies miles from the shore. Soviet-era Fishing trawlers and cargo vessels lie scattered on the dry seabed around the former harbor of Moynaq that was once covered by water; many ships have been there for 20 years. The evaporation of the Aral Sea also destroyed the muskrat-trapping industry in the areas of the river deltas of the Amu Darya and Syr Darya, which "reportedly" used to yield as many as 500,000 pelts a year. #The 🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea --------------------------------------------#Kazakhstan  #Uzbekistan  #Turkmenistan  #Tajikistan  #Desert  #CaspianSea  #Nomads  #Ural  #ImperialRussia  #Orenburg  #SovietUnion  #Soviet  #SovietNavy  #CargoShip  #Russia  #Russian  #CentalAsia  #Asia  #Ecosystem  #MiddleEast  #TianShan  #Environment  #FishingTrawler  #NavalHistory  #MilitaryHistory  #History  #History  #Historian  #HistoryBuff 
Apenas 22 Toneladas #cargoship #maritime
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 9 = The health problems caused by dust storms in the region of the Aral Sea, and the destruction of crops by those storms) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 An abandoned fishing trawler that may have been in place for 20 years, the boat's name is still visible on it's stern. This is one of the many ships that dot the landscape of the former port of Muynak, Uzbekistan, now the Aralkum Desert. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- One of the results of the evaporating of the Aral Sea, the land around its former port cities (Aral, Kazakhstan and Muynak, Uzbekistan) and the region, is heavily polluted, and the people living in the area suffer from a lack of fresh water and health problems, including high rates of certain forms of cancer and lung diseases. Respiratory illnesses, including tuberculosis (most of which is drug resistant) and cancer, digestive disorders, anaemia, and infectious diseases are common ailments in the region. Liver, kidney, and eye problems can also be attributed to the toxic dust storms. All of this has resulted in an unusually high fatality rate among vulnerable parts of the population in the region: the child mortality rate is 75 in every 1,000 newborns, and maternity death is 12 in every 1,000 women. -------------------------------------------- The dust storms from the Aral Sea also contribute to water shortages through salt deposition. The overuse of pesticides on crops to preserve yields has made this worse, with pesticide use far beyond health limits. Crops that are farmed in the region are destroyed by salt being deposited onto the land, and fields have to be flushed with water at least four times per day to try to remove the salinity from the soils. The dust storms make regional winters, near Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, colder, and summers hotter. #The🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 9 = The health problems caused by dust storms in the region of the Aral Sea, and the destruction of crops by those storms) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 An abandoned fishing trawler that may have been in place for 20 years, the boat's name is still visible on it's stern. This is one of the many ships that dot the landscape of the former port of Muynak, Uzbekistan, now the Aralkum Desert. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- One of the results of the evaporating of the Aral Sea, the land around its former port cities (Aral, Kazakhstan and Muynak, Uzbekistan) and the region, is heavily polluted, and the people living in the area suffer from a lack of fresh water and health problems, including high rates of certain forms of cancer and lung diseases. Respiratory illnesses, including tuberculosis (most of which is drug resistant) and cancer, digestive disorders, anaemia, and infectious diseases are common ailments in the region. Liver, kidney, and eye problems can also be attributed to the toxic dust storms. All of this has resulted in an unusually high fatality rate among vulnerable parts of the population in the region: the child mortality rate is 75 in every 1,000 newborns, and maternity death is 12 in every 1,000 women. -------------------------------------------- The dust storms from the Aral Sea also contribute to water shortages through salt deposition. The overuse of pesticides on crops to preserve yields has made this worse, with pesticide use far beyond health limits. Crops that are farmed in the region are destroyed by salt being deposited onto the land, and fields have to be flushed with water at least four times per day to try to remove the salinity from the soils. The dust storms make regional winters, near Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, colder, and summers hotter. #The 🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for. 🌊🚢 #seaman #seamanlife #bridge #beautiful #travel #cargoship #ocean #asia #singapore #southkorea #ocean #sea #vastsea  #fleet #crew #travel #aroundtheworld #asia #beautiful #nevergoinghome #engineer
one of four new super-post-panamax cranes hard at work! photo credit @nwseaportalliance
one of four new super-post-panamax cranes hard at work! photo credit @nwseaportalliance
ELBETOR outbound from Waterford 20 /8 /18 #ship#shipping#cargoship #inballast #bulkship #bulkshipping
🎶 Junge komm bald wieder, bald wieder nach Haus ... Junge fahr nie wieder, nie wieder hinaus ... 🎶 Ein dicker Pott 🚢 auf der Weser bei Bremerhaven ⚓💙🌊 #bigship#cargoship#river#sky#clouds#sunbeams#skylovers#skyporn#landscape#snapshot#picoftheday#photo#photography#weser#frachtschiff#sonnenstrahlen#bremerhavenerleben#bremerhaven#stadtbremerhaven#nordischbynature#meindeutschland#german_landscape#ig_deutschland#deutschlandkarte#meerliebe#küstenliebe
🎶 Junge komm bald wieder, bald wieder nach Haus ... Junge fahr nie wieder, nie wieder hinaus ... 🎶 Ein dicker Pott 🚢 auf der Weser bei Bremerhaven ⚓💙🌊 #bigship #cargoship #river #sky #clouds #sunbeams #skylovers #skyporn #landscape #snapshot #picoftheday #photo #photography #weser #frachtschiff #sonnenstrahlen #bremerhavenerleben #bremerhaven #stadtbremerhaven #nordischbynature #meindeutschland #german_landscape #ig_deutschland #deutschlandkarte #meerliebe #küstenliebe 
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#cargoship #photoship😅😅
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Carry-On  革バンド仕様. ・
ただいま徳島県 🕌⛳️【エクシブ鳴門】にてカーゴシップ商品がお求めいただけます✨ 
#ボストン #ショルダー #ボディーバッグ  #旅行 #栃木レザー #cargoship #rimowa #高松帆布 #カラー #エクシブ
Birleştirilmiş Gemi Güvenlik Eğitimleri kursumuz 27 Ağustos'ta başlıyor!⚓ Online kayıt için link profilimizde👆
Detaylı bilgi için bize ulaşın☎ 0 212 245 27 45 #MercanDenizcilik #denizcilik #deniz #gemiadamı #gemicilik #acenta #kaptan #kurs #eğitim #armatör #yolcu #sea #ship #shipyard #yacht #captain #dock #maritime #sailor #cargoship #seafarer #boat #boating #tanker #vessel #ocean #shipstagram
This boy....... 😬🤪😁😃✌🏼😂😂😂 #fortnite #gigi #brother
The little tug boat that could.
Newcastle Harbour is a hive of activity 24/7
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#tug #tugboat #bythewater #ship #cargoship #harbour #newcastleharbour #water #view #newcastle #float #sail #crew
Oh yeah, it's Monday again.

It's never a Doomsday!

Sure, it comes with new goals and challenges but you can surmount them!
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#Azezex #MondayMotivation #Monday #Motivation #Shipping #Shipment #Maritime #Cargo #Freight #CargoShip #FreightShip #Success #Optimisim #Goal
The next-generation bulk carrier Haaga has today been delivered to ESL Shipping from Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing, China. "Our new vessels have met with an excellent reception among our customers. Every employee of our shipping company should be genuinely proud of what we have achieved during our new construction project, says Mikki Koskinen, Managing Director of ESL Shipping.

#eslshipping #haaga #mshaaga #poweredbylng #bulkcarrier #maritime #deliveryceremony #vessel #ship #cargoship #humansatsea
The next-generation bulk carrier Haaga has today been delivered to ESL Shipping from Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing, China. "Our new vessels have met with an excellent reception among our customers. Every employee of our shipping company should be genuinely proud of what we have achieved during our new construction project, says Mikki Koskinen, Managing Director of ESL Shipping. #eslshipping  #haaga  #mshaaga  #poweredbylng  #bulkcarrier  #maritime  #deliveryceremony  #vessel  #ship  #cargoship  #humansatsea 
Our EcoCoaster M/V Mirva VG at the port of Korsoer. A beautiful ship in a beautiful port on a very beautiful day #ecocoaster #mirvavg #korsoer #meriaura #vgshipping #bulkcargo #maritime #shipping #vessel #cargoship #bulker #bulkcarrier #instashipping #denmark🇩🇰 #balticsea
One day, captain ? 👨🏼‍✈️
Tom, justement !
Comment peut-on avoir vu autant de pays en étant si jeune ? En étant marin évidemment. Voyager sur tous les continents est la composante inevitable du virus de la marine. Comme tous les officiers de la compagnie hollandaise, un contrat de 8 semaines à bord et 8 semaines de congés. Quand on est jeune officier, ça dit quoi ? Pas très pratique pour la petite amie mais t’es en vacances la moitié de l'année. Dit comme ça...
Et se poser un jour pour la vie de famille en bossant dans un bureau de la compagnie ? Jamais de la vie !

#VoyageEnCargo #CargoShipTravel #Seafarers #Maritime #ContainerShip #SeaLife #Sailor #ShipLife #Instashipping #Sail #Seaman #CargoShip #Cargo #SonyAlpha #Voyage
One day, captain ? 👨🏼‍✈️ Tom, justement ! Comment peut-on avoir vu autant de pays en étant si jeune ? En étant marin évidemment. Voyager sur tous les continents est la composante inevitable du virus de la marine. Comme tous les officiers de la compagnie hollandaise, un contrat de 8 semaines à bord et 8 semaines de congés. Quand on est jeune officier, ça dit quoi ? Pas très pratique pour la petite amie mais t’es en vacances la moitié de l'année. Dit comme ça... Et se poser un jour pour la vie de famille en bossant dans un bureau de la compagnie ? Jamais de la vie ! #VoyageEnCargo  #CargoShipTravel  #Seafarers  #Maritime  #ContainerShip  #SeaLife  #Sailor  #ShipLife  #Instashipping  #Sail  #Seaman  #CargoShip  #Cargo  #SonyAlpha  #Voyage 
Goedemorgen!!! Langzaam wakker worden op de bolder terwijl er voor je gestuurd wordt. Toch nog beetje #vakantie gevoel.

#Binnenvaart #spits #theblueroad #peniche #kleinekanalen #shiplife #cargoship #instaship #komopdespits #pleziervaart  #vervoeroverwater #europeaninlandnavigationpromotion #captain #coffee
🌎 Weltreisetag 24: Wir sind in Panama City angekommen. 🌇 Wir lieben diese Stadt jetzt schon und fühlen uns so wohl. ❤️ Heute haben wir den Panama Kanal besucht. 🚢😍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 🌎 worldtrip day 24: We are in Panama City. 🌇 the city amazed us from the very first second. ❤️We started off by visiting the Panama Canal today, and hence fulfilled a long dream of us. 🚢😍😍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #panamacanal #cargoship #frachtschiff #schleuse #weltwunder #wonderoftheworld #dreamcomestrue #panamacity #inlove #worldtravel #weltreise #travelcouple #lucky #amazing #travelling #backpackers #backpacking #lovetotravel #discover #cxtwetravel
🌎 Weltreisetag 24: Wir sind in Panama City angekommen. 🌇 Wir lieben diese Stadt jetzt schon und fühlen uns so wohl. ❤️ Heute haben wir den Panama Kanal besucht. 🚢😍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 🌎 worldtrip day 24: We are in Panama City. 🌇 the city amazed us from the very first second. ❤️We started off by visiting the Panama Canal today, and hence fulfilled a long dream of us. 🚢😍😍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #panamacanal  #cargoship  #frachtschiff  #schleuse  #weltwunder  #wonderoftheworld  #dreamcomestrue  #panamacity  #inlove  #worldtravel  #weltreise  #travelcouple  #lucky  #amazing  #travelling  #backpackers  #backpacking  #lovetotravel  #discover  #cxtwetravel 
Shipping cargo going the canal #panamacanal #Panama #panamacity #ciudaddepanama #canal #pty #cargoship #boat
Not sure what kind of ship this is but feel free to let me know
Not sure what kind of ship this is but feel free to let me know
MT GRAND ACE 10 with sailing vessel in Malacca Strait.
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#sailing #yacth #cargoship #tanker #seamanlife #seafarer #mariner @humansatsea  @seamen_life @life_of_seamen
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 8 = The South Aral Sea evaporates, groundwater flows into the sea from mountain ranges, and the region's destroyed ecosystems) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 The abandoned hulks of eight fishing trawlers on Aralkum Desert (once the South Aral Sea) outside of the city of Muynak, Uzbekistan. The desert stretches out on the horizon as far the the once prosperous Aral Sea did. www.artificalowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-the-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- Since 2007 and as of 2014 the decline of the North Aral had and has been partially reversed following construction of a dam, but the remnants of the South Aral have disappeared to the point where its drastic shrinkage has created the Aralkum, a desert on the former sea bed. -------------------------------------------- The inflow of groundwater into the South Aral Sea is not itself able to stop the evaporation of sea in that region, especially without a change in irrigation practices of the farming in the region. The inflow of about 4 km3 (0.96 cu mi) of water into the Aral Sea, per year is larger than from (2003 - 2009). The groundwater originates in the Pamirs and Tian Shan Mountains (both mountain ranges in Central Asia) and the groundwater finds its way through geological layers to a fracture zone at the bottom of the Aral Sea. -------------------------------------------- The ecosystems of the Aral Sea and the river deltas feeding into it have been nearly destroyed, not least because of the much higher salinity. The receding sea has left huge plains covered with salt and toxic chemicals resulting from (Soviet weapons testing on Vozrozhedeniya Island - during the Soviet era), industrial projects, and pesticides and fertilizer runoff. These substances form wind-borne toxic dust that spreads throughout the region. #The🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 8 = The South Aral Sea evaporates, groundwater flows into the sea from mountain ranges, and the region's destroyed ecosystems) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 The abandoned hulks of eight fishing trawlers on Aralkum Desert (once the South Aral Sea) outside of the city of Muynak, Uzbekistan. The desert stretches out on the horizon as far the the once prosperous Aral Sea did. www.artificalowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-the-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- Since 2007 and as of 2014 the decline of the North Aral had and has been partially reversed following construction of a dam, but the remnants of the South Aral have disappeared to the point where its drastic shrinkage has created the Aralkum, a desert on the former sea bed. -------------------------------------------- The inflow of groundwater into the South Aral Sea is not itself able to stop the evaporation of sea in that region, especially without a change in irrigation practices of the farming in the region. The inflow of about 4 km3 (0.96 cu mi) of water into the Aral Sea, per year is larger than from (2003 - 2009). The groundwater originates in the Pamirs and Tian Shan Mountains (both mountain ranges in Central Asia) and the groundwater finds its way through geological layers to a fracture zone at the bottom of the Aral Sea. -------------------------------------------- The ecosystems of the Aral Sea and the river deltas feeding into it have been nearly destroyed, not least because of the much higher salinity. The receding sea has left huge plains covered with salt and toxic chemicals resulting from (Soviet weapons testing on Vozrozhedeniya Island - during the Soviet era), industrial projects, and pesticides and fertilizer runoff. These substances form wind-borne toxic dust that spreads throughout the region. #The 🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
Excited to learn more about the waterfront
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#work #ship #cargoship #maritime #vancouver #yvr #bossbabe #sea #ocean #bulk #cargo
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 7 = Uzbekistan's Government focuses on agriculture in the region as the Aral Sea divides into different basins) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 The dried up seabed of the Aral Sea in Muynak, Uzbekistan is now home to a 'armada' of rusting hulks that once made up the areas fishing trawler fleet during the Soviet era. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-the-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- In the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and as Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan gained their independence, the water supply of the Aral Sea continued to decrease, the demand for cotton from the region increased and the Uzbekistan Government reacted by pouring more pesticides and fertilizer onto the land. The U.K. ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig John Murray compared the cotton farming system in Uzbekistan (at the time) to the slavery system in the pre-Civil War United States; forced labor was used, and profits were siphoned off by the "powerful and well-connected" in Uzbekistan. -------------------------------------------- By summer 2003, the South Aral Sea (in ththe region of Mo'ynoq, Uzbekistan) was vanishing faster than predicted. In the deepest parts of the sea, the bottom waters were saltier than the top, and not mixing. Thus, only the top of the sea was heated in the summer months, and it evaporated faster than would otherwise be expected. In 2003, the South Aral further divided into eastern and western basins. In 2004, the Aral Sea's surface area was only 17,160 km2 (6,630 sq mi), 25% of its original size, and a nearly five-fold increase in salinity had killed most of its natural flora and fauna. By 2007, the Aral sea's area had further shrunk to 10% of its original size. #The🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
"The 🇰🇿 🇺🇿 Sea that dried up" - (Part 7 = Uzbekistan's Government focuses on agriculture in the region as the Aral Sea divides into different basins) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Photo caption - 🇺🇿 The dried up seabed of the Aral Sea in Muynak, Uzbekistan is now home to a 'armada' of rusting hulks that once made up the areas fishing trawler fleet during the Soviet era. www.artificialowl.net/2009/04/disasters-of-the-aral-sea-part-1-shipwrecks.html -------------------------------------------- In the 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and as Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan gained their independence, the water supply of the Aral Sea continued to decrease, the demand for cotton from the region increased and the Uzbekistan Government reacted by pouring more pesticides and fertilizer onto the land. The U.K. ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig John Murray compared the cotton farming system in Uzbekistan (at the time) to the slavery system in the pre-Civil War United States; forced labor was used, and profits were siphoned off by the "powerful and well-connected" in Uzbekistan. -------------------------------------------- By summer 2003, the South Aral Sea (in ththe region of Mo'ynoq, Uzbekistan) was vanishing faster than predicted. In the deepest parts of the sea, the bottom waters were saltier than the top, and not mixing. Thus, only the top of the sea was heated in the summer months, and it evaporated faster than would otherwise be expected. In 2003, the South Aral further divided into eastern and western basins. In 2004, the Aral Sea's surface area was only 17,160 km2 (6,630 sq mi), 25% of its original size, and a nearly five-fold increase in salinity had killed most of its natural flora and fauna. By 2007, the Aral sea's area had further shrunk to 10% of its original size. #The 🇰🇿🇺🇿AralSea
Ich hab da mal ne Frage. 🌊
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Seit einigen Jahren verreise ich ein mal im Jahr mit meiner Mutter. Letztes Jahr waren wir an der Ostsee, ein anderes Mal an ihrem Lieblingsort in den Bergen, mal nur kurz in Amsterdam, ... alles kein crazy shit, also für uns genau richtig. Ich schätze diese Zeit mit ihr sehr, die üblichen tiefgehenden Gespräche, auch mal ordentliche Auseinandersetzungen, es ist schön, unseren gemeinsamen Interessen an Kultur, Natur, Design, Weltanschauungen, ... nachzugehen. Zeit, die im Alltag zu kurz kommt. Ihr Körper ist was Kraft und Ausdauer angeht nicht mehr so zuverlässig, beizeiten echt hart zu verknusen für sie. Hüttentouren, Wanderurlaube sind passé, aber Fortbewegung und ein bisschen Abenteuer sollen es schon sein! Sie würde ja gerne mal mit dem Schiff fahren, nicht segeln (das mache ich dann anderweitig mal wieder), eher ruhig dahin schippern, gern mit etwas Gesellschaft. Tja. Die Welt der Kreuzfahrten ist uns fremd, nicht nur weil wir es beide nie gemacht haben, man bekommt ja schomma was von anderen mit, es schreckt uns eher ab. Außer das Traumschiff im Fernsehen an Weihnachten, das geht, schön eingemummelt mit Picknick auf der Couch - top! Der ökologische Aspekt ist nur ein weiterer, warum eine Kreuzfahrt nicht in Frage kommt. Obwohl, wenn es ihr sehnlichster Wunsch wäre, einmal im Leben, ich würds machen! So, zum Glück bin ich die Tochter dieser Mutter und andersrum, wir sind uns einig, keine Massenveranstaltung, keine All-inklusive-Essensverschwendung, kein Animationsbedarf, keine Fernreisen, Europa ist super und uns ist eher nach nebelverhangenem Meer, als nach Hitzestau am Pool und eher nach irgendwelchen Orten, als in Metropolen kurz ausgespuckt zu werden. Deshalb war der Tipp, den ich beim Erzählen letztens bekam, echt super. Habe ich noch nie im Bekanntenkreis gehört und auch in der Reisebloggerwelt noch nicht von gelesen. Bin also komplett unbedarft, fange gerade erst an zu recherchieren.
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Habt Ihr Erfahrungen mit Frachtschifffahrten? Habt Ihr Meinungen generell oder Empfehlungen?
Ich hab da mal ne Frage. 🌊 • Seit einigen Jahren verreise ich ein mal im Jahr mit meiner Mutter. Letztes Jahr waren wir an der Ostsee, ein anderes Mal an ihrem Lieblingsort in den Bergen, mal nur kurz in Amsterdam, ... alles kein crazy shit, also für uns genau richtig. Ich schätze diese Zeit mit ihr sehr, die üblichen tiefgehenden Gespräche, auch mal ordentliche Auseinandersetzungen, es ist schön, unseren gemeinsamen Interessen an Kultur, Natur, Design, Weltanschauungen, ... nachzugehen. Zeit, die im Alltag zu kurz kommt. Ihr Körper ist was Kraft und Ausdauer angeht nicht mehr so zuverlässig, beizeiten echt hart zu verknusen für sie. Hüttentouren, Wanderurlaube sind passé, aber Fortbewegung und ein bisschen Abenteuer sollen es schon sein! Sie würde ja gerne mal mit dem Schiff fahren, nicht segeln (das mache ich dann anderweitig mal wieder), eher ruhig dahin schippern, gern mit etwas Gesellschaft. Tja. Die Welt der Kreuzfahrten ist uns fremd, nicht nur weil wir es beide nie gemacht haben, man bekommt ja schomma was von anderen mit, es schreckt uns eher ab. Außer das Traumschiff im Fernsehen an Weihnachten, das geht, schön eingemummelt mit Picknick auf der Couch - top! Der ökologische Aspekt ist nur ein weiterer, warum eine Kreuzfahrt nicht in Frage kommt. Obwohl, wenn es ihr sehnlichster Wunsch wäre, einmal im Leben, ich würds machen! So, zum Glück bin ich die Tochter dieser Mutter und andersrum, wir sind uns einig, keine Massenveranstaltung, keine All-inklusive-Essensverschwendung, kein Animationsbedarf, keine Fernreisen, Europa ist super und uns ist eher nach nebelverhangenem Meer, als nach Hitzestau am Pool und eher nach irgendwelchen Orten, als in Metropolen kurz ausgespuckt zu werden. Deshalb war der Tipp, den ich beim Erzählen letztens bekam, echt super. Habe ich noch nie im Bekanntenkreis gehört und auch in der Reisebloggerwelt noch nicht von gelesen. Bin also komplett unbedarft, fange gerade erst an zu recherchieren. • Habt Ihr Erfahrungen mit Frachtschifffahrten? Habt Ihr Meinungen generell oder Empfehlungen?