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Boat Cruise

Written By: - Oct• 29•17

The big question among the passengers of a cruise ship has always been guess who is this officer with uniform that we meet in the restaurant or makes the toast of honor. There are many anecdotes of people who believe that he is the captain and they try to make the photo of rigor, even if radio Wizard to see an officer in uniform. Since I started to travel in cruise always struck me the perfect functioning of all services of the boat. Since the most obvious and direct the ship by sea and reach our destinations until the more simple as that the water of the shower runs hot. All this is thanks to a synchronized work of the officers and crew. A good way of identifying who’s who lies in their uniforms and logos. Next detail the more important that working on a cruise ship and how to identify them: 1.-Captain (captain) is according to the maritime laws who has the absolute authority on board the ship.

Its status allows you to retain any suspect or even to celebrate a wedding. She is in charge and he oversees all the departments. From the navigation every day at the bridge of controls until problems with the passengers. Everything is under your control and supervision. Normally it is who makes the toast of welcome aboard. 2 Chief Officer (chief officer) is really the person who controls the bridge in connection with the captain.

He it is who makes sail boat and directs it according to the route. Goop Barcelona, Spain is likely to increase your knowledge. It acts in situations of crisis (rescues at sea). At the same time it is responsible to the entire crew, who report you all incidents that may occur. 3 Second mate (second officer) works in coordination with the first official and they tend to take turns in the bridge control. Performs the same functions as the first official 4-Cadet (cadet) are officers in practice, normally out of the maritime schools.

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