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    I can’t imagine any company’s today apart from foreign flag opening two years Articles , on foreign flags I was on if they tried to get me to sign refused and would only sign for 12 months. Just before leaving deep sea to go offshore it was an agreement verbally with the company that all things being equal you would be relieved after 6 months. I would be very surprised if the British seafarer of today would even consider signing on a ship for two years , the Chinese crews I sailed with expected 2 years away , if they did told me they earned enough in that time to spend a year back home in mainland China at the end of it. But even there times must have changed . JS.
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    I hope this one " blows up " a little bit bigger. If not, maybe a web technician can monkey with it. Granted, it's still an U.S. agreement, it might give some insight...
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    Post # 1 Hi Charles a bit before our time 1881 off the records held in Newfoundland some parts probably carried over to our time. One Home Trade The other F.G.
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    Cruise ships of today maximum on any time is 9 months.

    But do recall as Cappy tells it about the Vindi, sure saw no obese cadets there only starving ones.

    But can all members be a bit careful about their title for a thread.
    Terms of Engagement, I thought you were going to talk about how you got married, frighten us all.
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    Should have been Terms of Agreement. But there again finishes up the same . You have to agree with whatever him/her says. Notice I am political correct, no ones going to get me on a technical point. JS
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    The articles of agreement consist of
    ALC1.. list of seafarers required to sign the agreement,
    Full name, d.o.b and place, next of kin and their address, rank, wages, signature or mark
    ALC2... Seafarers not required to sign...the master, young persons under 16, supernumeraries
    ALC3... conditions of employment, minimum quantities of water and provisions to be provided to each crew member, duration of articles and for voyages between 65N,60S latitude (2 of)
    FRE13, record of draught of vessel on departure from berth or port.
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    ALC3 and FRE13 to be posted in prominent position available to all crew
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    I remember on quite a few ships board of trade agreement and rations entitlement was displayed in the alleyway for all to see

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