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Monday, 1 October 2012

Onboard an Oil Tanker Vessel

Opening entry for October is about Oil Tanker vessel. I just want to share with you some of hundred pictures taken while doing my job as a law enforcement at the sea. This pictures taken somewhere at the Miri offshore. Many of us don't have opportunity to get as close (to oil tanker vessel) as what i am. So take a look this..

Oops.. this is not oil tanker, this is a log ship MV. FODAS PESCADORES

Yes, this is a real oil tanker, MT. TAIYOH III

Oil Tanker MT. UMLMA, from Doha

Preparing for boarding to MT. TAIYOH III

Deck view from Captain's Cabin

Various types of oil pipes


Behind me is not a picture ok, it is a real view from cabin's window.

Oil Buoy (Left), station for transfering/loading oil into tanker, MT. BUNGA KELANA SATU. It was very hard and dangerous to get into the vessel during rough seas like this.
Extra big hose floating, used to transfering oil into the tanker.

Rest/living room on the oil tanker vessel. Got leather sofa, karaoke set with 42inch LCD screen and massage chair!



Drinks & food served onboard, just pickup which one you want.. Food will be served depends on the origin of the vessel. for example, if vessel from India, we will eat indian food; curry is mandatory . If vessel from Japan, we will eat japanese food. Some of the vessel also cook sea food. But sometimes if the foods offered to use was very freak or foreigh to us, so enough with juice and fruits. For muslims, very hard to find halal food on the foreign vessel unless you board into local (Malaysian) vessel such as MT. Bunga Kelana then you can eat fried mee and nasi lemak.

Lift ladder + Pilot Ladder.

MT. DESH PREM from India.

Rear of MT. TAIYOH III



It was a greatest experience for me..

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