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dude your content is great but the way you present it is so effing annoying , what the hell are you on :) , you mentioned calmness and things, but you look like the exact opposite of that :) , at moments you made face expressions like you were taking a crap, and if you wave those hands a bit more you're gonna fly off the ship
"These ships actually have weather systems in the bridge" Wow, that is clever, are these weather systems independent from the outdoor weather systems? Like a sort of "on the bridge micro climate"? How did this guy manage to avoid being made to walk the plank by the crew? He really must have annoyed the hell out of them, in fact he looks like the type of person that he comments about as not being suitable to be on board a working vessel.
I was looking forward to some interesting information on travelling on a freighter as an alternative to ordinary transport. Unfortunately, the video is hosted by a complete idiot that loves the sound of his own voice, appears to be OCD or bi polar. The guy is so full of himself that it is agonizing to watch. It is like watching a "sighted" Stevie Wonder on acid, too much for me, god help anyone that has the misfortune to end up on a freighter with this twat, probably end up throwing him overboard or jumping yourself to escape him. I am presuming by his accent he is an American, why oh why are there so many loud mouthed vacuous shits that originate from that part of the world?
I figured you'd just be a part-time crew member with a small bribe instead of actual traveling, but granted most ships don't require much labor anymore. Maybe someone to make sure crates don't get toppled in storms and ensure everything is tethered, but no one needs to hoist masts or tether poles.
Captains and crew do NOT carry weapons on board and most ship's do not have armed guards either. It is true however, that piracy is not a very big issue anymore, and there are other effective methods of discouraging pirates. Just stay away from slow vessels with a low freeboard (distance from the water to the deck), if you're concerned.
I am so glad I happened across your video! What a great way to travel, and I had absolutely no idea this was even a possibility. Your videos are incredibly informative, you sir, and highly entertaining and to be perfectly honest, I am rather envious as I wish I had your sense of adventure when I was younger! Enjoy your travels, be safe and thank you for sharing the experience. Subscriber earned!
Traveled on the Katrin S (container) from Miami to Cartegena (14 days) and return several years ago. My wife and I were the only passengers. Accommodations/food/ambience were great and pretty much as described by Clatt. Stay out of the way of the crew and you will have a great time.
+vfxardist You seem like this guys private attorney :) , this is youtube , there's no insult in this comment, unlike your answer to some other comments which were also not insulting, this guy has an awesome content but why not point out the things that he could maybe change to be more appealing to the people that are already watching him, he got the attention now there are just tiny corrections needed maybe , I'm sure that he who made this video doesn't mind this and for some reason you who have nothing to do with this video , you are so edgy , come on, think about it one more time and I'm sure you'll find there's no negativity in these types of comments. If you see someone outright insulting someone i believe that's a fair game then :) I'm sure you're a great person too but it was not your day probably
Thanks for sharing! You are very gifted. I like to travel as well:)I recently revealed my first ever movie - My travel diary in Queenstown. Eep!Would certainly adore your comments on my video/editing so that I am able to develop like you!
holy shit...thank you for exposing this to me. i love to travel but the cost of it is a major drawback for me. this is definitely something im going to be thoroughly checking out. this is right up my alley.
I sugest choice general cargo or bulk carrier vessel, them will take longer time than Container or PCTC vessel on port for cargo operation, so you can have longer time periods to exploring city near by port, if you lucky you can get exotic destinations city/country too...
Nice video. I have just booked a cruise from Singapore to Genoa, Italy. It will take 110 days about 15 ports to visit. Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, Japan, Panama Canal, USA, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy.
No internet or phone access. Great.
My last trip was from Sydney to Singapore only 16 days.
+methemanization I paid about AUD 10'000 everything was included. I had a special price usually it's more expensive as I had a single cabin. The food was very good and we always had wine or beer with the meals.
Probably I will soon book another Freighter Cruise on www.freighterexpeditions.com.au but haven't decided yet which route to take.
Fantastic! I would love to do what you are doing, 110 days by sea, throw in some interesting ports, maybe a good storm or two, there must be nothing else like it to compare. Good on you for giving it a go, a lot of people just wouldn't consider this type of travel as they would not be the centre of attention as they would on a cruise ship - Hope you post some pics or videos of the trip, paste a few details, how was the food, the rooms ec. what did it cost?
Hi Vanetia, for me it is a lot of fun. The other single woman was bored and left the ship as we arrived in Japan. A single man joined us instead. He is writing a book he is also able to entertain himself. Travelling on a cargo ship is really different than on a cruise ship. You have to keep yourself busy. So far I have a great time.
I'm ex-Navy and this kind of travel appeals to me.
One question: You said it could cost as little as E50... is that per day or per trip?
I appreciate the info and your passion. Thanks for uploading.
As a video professional, I have to comment on the audio... that thumping! Ugh! And the << horrible >> BG music. also Ugh!
If those are your drone shots, they are beautiful.
I'll be checking a few more of your vids... I may go to the Philippines & this seems a good way to go.
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