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anyone else dock-walking?
ceciliejoy
Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014 6:31 PM
Joined: 23/11/2014
Posts: 3


Hi there. 

I got my STCW95 training course, my ENG1 and my B1/B2, which means that I am all set and ready to go and find a job!
But I do however want to know how it's done.. It's my first time dock walking, 

- And, is there anyone else dock-walking soon in Europe, Antibes ect? 
would be fun to catch up with someone. I promise, I'm good fun happy


Kindest regards
Ceciliejoy


Anonymous
Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 1:38 AM
ceciliejoy wrote:
 I promise, I'm good fun happy


Kindest regards
Ceciliejoy

 

 

 OOOOO ERRR!  

 

 

 PS. Good luck in your search though.

 



Velociraptorus
Posted: Monday, December 1, 2014 12:44 PM
Joined: 30/08/2014
Posts: 4


Europe isn't the best place to be this time of year as most yachts are mid crossing or already over in the Carib. If you can, get over there. Antigua, Fort Lauderdale maybe even St Maarten. There are still some jobs in europe but the boats won't be going anywhere. Good luck
VALERIO
Posted: Friday, December 5, 2014 8:46 PM
Joined: 22/11/2014
Posts: 1


Hi everyone! Im doing the same thing, but i left italy for comin here in ft lauderdale confident that i could find something,but i m recognizing is not easy for newbie, i have all documents needed but agencies do not care about me because don't have a 6 months or one year previous experience. Someone knows what else i could do? I m walkin around trying to know how to move in the best way to find a job. I'm a deck cadet. Availabilty and motivation are very high as you can see from the fact that i come in florida with a 11 hours flight without anything in my hands,but still nothing after two weeks. I also signed at daywork 1 2 3, any suggestions? Thanks very much everyone
Mor Inbar
Posted: Tuesday, December 23, 2014 9:14 PM
Joined: 23/12/2014
Posts: 3


Hello I am in Ft. Lauderdale and looking for a position as a chef on a vessel, I am currently a private chef/deck hand on a vessel but looking for something bigger and better with Pay$$.. I have my STCW -95 and lots of kitchen/chef experience, I am also a member in crew finders, crew network ect.. but no luck yet... looking for some one to join the search or any suggestions as to what or where else I could look?????????? Thanks and happy holidays
 
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