Wednesday, June 2, 2010

EPOXY TANK COATING ON CHEMICAL TANKERS -- CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL



EPOXY TANK LINING

NO EPOXY PAINT MANUFACTURER WILL EVER DECLARE IN WRITING HOW MUCH ACID PH VALUE THEIR PAINT CAN ENDURE. 

If you ask them bluntly , they will stone wall you.

Do not load any cargoes in epoxy tanks which are not allowed by the paint manufacturer of your tank specific paint.  Epoxy tanks can carry all types of cargoes from 4.5 to 14 pH. 


This means it cannot handle acids-- unless it is Siloxirane . Has limited resistance to Aromatics, Alcohols and Esters.

Pure epoxy paints are un-suitable for really corrosive liquids. All epoxy manufacturers specify that no aggressive cargo ( Ketones , Alcohols, Nitrites, Esters etc) should be loaded in the first 3 months . The next cargo after a previous aggressive cargo should be a fully approved non-aggressive cargo without any remark in the cargo resistant list.

After carriage of “aggressive water soluble cargoes”, no steam, ballast water, wash water, slops or aqueous cargoes must come into contact with  the epoxy coating before its original coating condition is restored by ventilation.

When using Verveys guide pl remember –it has not been made for smooth SS without internal framing—and you will notice that no provision is made to remove aBsorbed chemical by venting. Indiscriminate jet impingement on unrecovered coating causes blisters and coating breakdown.. When an organic coating which is saturated with a water soluble solvent like Methanol or Ethanol is washed with water, severe blistering of the epoxy coating is sure to happen.

More dangerous—retained absorbed cargo in the epoxy coating film may cause a chemical reaction, and produce products, which cause total breakdown of the tank lining.
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Cargoes such as Methanol and Benzene and Diethylene glycol are absorbed into the coating film to a higher degree than other chemicals .

Remember the list of chemicals shown in the COF on a full epoxy coated ship is not the same as the resistance list of the paint manufacturer. Sometimes it is possible on a old ship to have three types of epoxies (Choguku/ Sigma --- pure/ phenolic/ isocyanate/ modified ) applied in different drydocks during her life time. When loading in epoxy tanks it is most necessary to see previous cargoes and check for footnotes in paint manufacturers list as to restrictions for next cargo.

Epoxy paint is organic. It is a three dimensional “cross linked array” of chemical bonds between resin molecules. Amine cured epoxy is used on chemical tankers. Polyamine cured epoxy having no resistance to Aromatics is used on oil tankers usually. The DFT of an epoxy coating is usually specified to be between about 270 microns in a 3-coat system—in unavoidable overlap areas and in unavoidable stripe coat areas it may be around 480 microns. These thick DFT areas  are the vulnerable spots which take longer time to restore and remains soft . Doubling the DFT means desorbsion /drying times are four times longer.

The paint is applied on a  grit blasted to SA 2.5 surface.  If the coating is too thick it will fall off when softened and pores opened by solvent cargoes like methanol, benzene and methyl acetate.  High DFT causes longer time to cure after an aggressive cargo and can cause alligoration ( formation of cracks ). High film thickness requires longer ventilation than a low film thickness to get rid of entrapped solvent / cargo.

Sunlight can discolor the epoxy surface due to UV rays of the sun, but it should not affect the protective properties of the paint.

Cargoes tend to be aBsorbed like a sponge rather than aDsorbed.  It reacts with water/ solvent mixtures which penetrate coating. So if ethanol is discharged the coating must not be allowed to get wet prior to venting. Unlike zinc silicate epoxy is usually touched up at sea ( on a degreased metal surface ) provided the curing time is sufficient. Phenolic and isocyanate epoxies are better than normal epoxy. Never recoat an epoxy coat on top of an old coat for the risk of poor bonding is too great. Degreasing must be done.

Aromatics like Benzene softens and swells epoxy. Do finger nail test prior tankwashing after aromatics, alcohols, esters and high FFA animal and veg oils. If your finger nail is not long enough use HB, 2B,4B, 6B pencils  on breaking stress.

Enter tanks with soft soled shoes.  If you make the mistake of speeding up recovery by application of heat from within the tank—the top skin of coating will harder first thus trapping the solvent underneath. This solvent has to breakthrough and will bust the coating with flaking as a result. Recovery must be done by venting with application of heat from the other side, to increase VP and induce faster evaporation.  I remember one of my past companies getting a horrendous claim of a couple of million dollars for loading Styrene Monomer in an epoxy tank after Benzene without extracting the aBsorbed Benzene by venting . One % absorbed previous cargo could cause a concentration of 10 ppm in the next cargo if completely dissolved. aBsorbsion always takes at a faster rate than release due to hydrostatic pressure or force feeding of sponge. Permeation is generally facilitated by increasing pigment content ( reduces when paint gloss reduces ). Absorbsion reaches equilibrium level in a few days and then remain constant.

A 1000 cum tank AFTER 20 hours of ventilation can still contain 12 litres of methanol which can be released into the next cargo causing contamination and rejection of entire parcel. While a stainless steel tank or zinc tank after methanol discharge is ready for next cargo.

The best way to restore epoxy coating is  with an air temperature of  about 30C-- dry air with a relative humidity below 45%.  At  15 C it takes more than  3 times the time..  Paradoxically too high ventilation temperature does not speed up the restoring process and the epoxy film will remain soft even after the absorbed cargo is ventilated out of the coating

When an organic coating saturated with a water soluble sovent like Methanol or Ethanol is washed with water jets, severe blistering of paint takes place. Remember long term ventilation of empty tank at 30 deg C is required before water is introduced in the tank. Ventilate with dehumidified air for fast results. This is the reason why epoxy coated chemical tankers must have dehumidifier and heater inherent with the fixed blower.

Retained (aBsorbed ) cargoes which are water mixible or water reactive should NOT be removed by steaming or water jets . They also should not be followed by aqueous cargoes or ballast. Such a consideration is not there for Zinc Silicate which aDsorbs cargo ( aDsorbsion is a surface phenomenon). Empty epoxy cargo tanks which are not ventilated can sometimes be dangerous wrt explosion or toxicity. Entering such an ex Benzene tank is a sure way to invite cancer.

Adhesion of paint is tested by glued on tablets which are pulled off with a means of recording the force. Don’t allow butterworth portable machines to bang during rolling.  Epoxy coating should never be heated more than 80 degrees C during tankcleaning.

Methanol steaming is never done in epoxy tanks. No pure steaming must be done when the coating is soft. Solvent cargoes like Methanol ( moisture <0.1% or 1000 ppm ) when mixed with water form aggressive acidic mixtures . Esters, Acetates, Chlorinated/ Brominated compounds, Pthalates will react with moisture to form acidic compounds ( moisture <0.02% or 200 ppm ).

When oils and fats are contaminated with water they become more aggressive than their acid value alone would indicate. For this reason moisture content should not exceed 0.25%.

It is better to do prompt and constant touch up when curing time is available , than to leave the damaged spots without touch up. Usually curing at 20C takes 10 days while at 30 deg C it takes 7 days. Spot portable grit blasters which do not allow grit to fly around are available in the market. Disc grinding causes poor adherence and paint will fall off contaminating cargo. While airless spot spraying remove adjacent cold ballast from adjacent tank and wrap steam coils in vicinity with old wire hoses. Stripe coating is applied on edges, welds and difficult to spray on areas.

Resistant to: Normal epoxy has good resistance to Alkalies , veg oils and Luboil. Vegetable oils , animal oils and fats may be carried in epoxy tanks irrespective of acid value. For animal/ veg oils with a free fatty acid content content >50% the temp of 50c must NOT be exceeded. Epoxy has good chemical solvent and water resistance.

Not resistant to: ( only for reference , for application CONSULT YOUR PAINT RESISTANCE TABLES INCLUDING EXCEPTIONS WRT WATER CONTENT ) all acids of pH less than 4.5 , Benzene, Toluene, Ethanol, Methanol, Esters, Ketones,  Calcium Hypochlorite, HMD, Phosphoric acid , Nonyl Phenol, Sodium Hypochlorite soln <15% , Sulphuric acid, 28% or less aqueous Ammonia, Chloro Toluene, Cyclo Hexylamine, Di Ethylamine, Diphenyl Ether, Di n Propylamine, Dodecyl Alchohol, Ethanolamine, Ferric Chloride soln, Furfural, Maleic Anhydride, Nonyl Phenol, Potassium Hydroxide soln, Sodium Hydrosulphide soln < 45% , Sod Hydroxide soln, Tall oil, Undecyl Alcohol, Vinyl toluene,  Xylenol, Acetone, Amyl alcohol, Alkaline Glycol Monoalkyl Ether, Bsolve, Di Ethyl Sulphate, Di isobutyl Ketone, Ethyl Acetate, Ethyl Acrylate, Ethylene Diamine, Ethyl Hexyl Acrylate, Isobutyl Acetate, Polyethylene Polyamine, Isobutyl mix, Brake fluid, Polythelene Polyamine, Propionic acid, Triethylene Tetramine, Propelene Glycol, Methyl Ether Acetate, Vinyl Acetate etc etc .

Epoxy and modified epoxy are resistant to very few amines ( Zinc is better only if theses Amines are water free ) . Steaming of tanks for prolonged periods can cause damage. The thing to make sure is that the steel temp does not exceed 50 deg C.

If the difference between cargo temp and empty tank temp is >55 deg C it is recommended that preheating of tanks is done prior loading to prevent thermal shock. In case of Aliphatic petroleum products example: Crude oil, Waxes, Bitumens, a max carriage temp of 70 deg C may be accepted

The hardener and resin mix has a low pot life. Coating chalks and yellows on ageing . Acetic acid can be used to refresh and to remove lead from Gasoline trapped within. Some companies suggest recirc of Metalbrite /  Phosphoric acid . REMEMBER any acid of less pH than 4.5 will damage the epoxy coating . You have to use the pH value paper. Remember DILUTING STRONG ACIDS BY A FACTOR OF TEN INCREASES pH VALUE BY A MEASLY ONE.

Paint manufacturers indicate suitability based on max transport temperature. They usually mention higher heating limits for a limited number of days. Example: can be heated to 75 deg C for 10 days. Consult paint manufacturers resistance suitability notes for such information. A paint manufacturers resistance list footnote might say—
Tank must be left dry prior loading.
 OR
Next cargo must be a hot cargo of Lubes / Mineral/ Veg / Animal oil for min 5 days at 50 deg C or 43 days at 60 deg C. OR
Non aggressive , non aqueous cargoes must be carried for 30 days.
Water mixible cargoes must be carried in perfectly dry tanks and water must be excluded during carriage.  Prior tankcleaning ,vent the tank etc etc.

If you ballast epoxy cargo tank the ballast water surface must be chased down using tank cleaning machines during the deballasting process lest you get a stained /discoloured coating. During long voyages change the ballast every 10 days. Epoxy is however the best for salt water ballast followed by Zinc and last stainless steel.

Epoxy does not absorb oils, they absorb only solvents. During wall wash test the “test Methanol”  swells the coating and extracts the residues. Some cargoes get chemically bonded to the coating by molecular forces.

Liquid is  absorbed by the binder phase of the coating through the diffusion process till it is saturated.. Desorbsion also takes place by the diffusion process..

The following cargoes swells epoxy and MUST be ventilated prior washing with jets.
Acetate
Acetone
Acrylonitrile
Adiponitrile
Butyl acetate
Cyclohexane
EDC
Ekta solve DP
Ekta solve EB
Ekta solve EE
Ektapro EEP
Ethyl acetate
IPA
Isopropyl acetate
MEK
Methanol
Methyl acetate
Styrene monomer
Vinyl acetate monomer

In general cargoes having small molecular structures are able to penetrate organic coatings to a greater extent than those cargoes with larger molecules. So Methanol is a very penetrative cargo.

Since epoxy is like a sponge –to lessen absorbsion of cargo into the paint layer, it is better to carry cargo ( in shipowners interests ) at the lowest possible practical temperature.

Wall wash surveyors are quite particular about odour in an epoxy tank when sensitive odour absorbing cargoes such as edible oils, potable Ethanol, MEG FG etc are to be carried.  A strong smelling cargo like Styrene Monomer absorbed into coating can still give potent odour and contaminate a sensitive heated vegetable oil after 2 voyages. This is the reason why FOSFA has banned Styrene/ EDC as the LAST TWO cargoes in epoxy tanks. Heating increases the rate of desorbsion

Two successive cargoes may require to be chemically compatible with each other. 

WARNING:--Epoxy paint is non toxic only after curing. Be aware of the curing time in case you need to spot touch up. The time versus temperature scale is always given in the paint tables.

Epoxy systems do not absorb oil-like substances. Epoxy coatings tend to absorb solvent-like cargoes. Some chemicals may even be chemically bonded to the coating by molecular forces. Typically, the cargo is absorbed within a couple of days to the maximum level (equilibrium) and stays constant for the remainder of the voyage. The absorption rate and the amount of cargo absorbed depend on the type of  cargo.  After  transporting  agressive  cargoes  (methanol,  EDC,  acetone,  vinyl acetate monomer, cyclohexanone), the coated tank has to be ventilated until the cargo  has  been  desorbed  (released)  from  the  coating  film,  which  results  in hardening and decreasing swelling.

The desorption (removal) of the cargo residue from the coating by ventilation begins rapidly. After a couple of days, there is no significant further loss of the retained cargo. The desorption comes to a standstill before all cargo has been released by the coating. The amount remaining varies, depending on coating type, film thickness and type of cargo.

Check the graph of desorbsion from the lists given in this Chemical Handbook.  

Water may not be used for cleaning until this ventilation process is finalized. If residues remain they will probably be solved during a wall-wash with methanol, because the methanol causes the coating to swell again and the high solvency power will extract the residues.

IT IS THE MASTERS DUTY TO ADVISE WHOM SO EVER IT MAY CONCERN ABOUT THE DANGERS OF DESORBED CARGO (FROM SPONGY EPOXY CONTAMINATING THE WHOLE SHIPMENT).   WHEN THINGS GO WRONG ALL AND SUNDRY (WHO WERE AVERSE TO TIME LOSS DUE TO VENTILATION)  NOW WILL WASH OFF THEIR HANDS LEAVING THE SHIPOWNER ALL ALONE WITH A HUGE FINANCIAL BURDEN AND LOSS OF IMAGE.

PHENOLIC EPOXIES

Phenolic resins can handle strong solvent chemicals which epoxies and polyurethane coatings cannot . it has the highest resistance to chemicals.

Phenolic epoxies are better for low molecular weight Alcohols, Ketones , Aromatics like BTX. Esters (Acetates, Pthalates ) Chlorinated / Brominated materials that react with water to form acidic compounds. Water content greater than 200ppm or 0.02% must be avoided. When Methanol and Vinyl acetate monomer is carried in Phenolic epoxy tanks a hot cure is required. Example: the paint resistance tables might talk about carrying heated LO , Veg oil or animal oil at 60 deg C for 5 days. Phenolic resins are expensive . They can load solvents which cant be loaded in epoxy and polyurethane.

After carrying  Ketones,  Ethers and Esters the tank should be well ventilated to remove all traces of the previous cargo prior to cleaning—and the next cargo should not be diluted aqueous solutions like latex or fertilizer solutions.
            The absorbsion of epoxy is faster than desorbsion due to hydrostatic pressure of cargo. Epoxy acts like a sponge, especially if the pigmentation is good. The organic molecules of the epoxy coat is permeated by the cargo of low molecular structure causing softening.  Modified epoxies are most exposed to this problem—as they are ABLE to carry such products

POLYURETHANE:
Normal epoxy has limited time exposure to high acid animal and vegetable oils.  But Polyurethane can stand acid conditions from free Fatty acids.  But it is not as good as normal epoxy for Caustics.  Also it can take the Ketones and Alcohol solvents epoxy cannot handle.

Another good thing is that the polyurethane lining has a smooth finish , it wont have too much clingage and so it is easy to clean. Urethane epoxies do not absorb and hold much solvents—--but Amine epoxies and Phenolic epoxies hold nearly double the content.

Can be provided as one or two pack product. One pack depends on atmosphereic moisture to produce polymerisation. Two pack is more common.

Camrex camcote MX is resistant to Ethanol and Methanol.

RUBBER:
Rubber is used for highly corrosive cargoes which cannot be handled by Epoxy, Phenolic epoxy, Polyurethane and even stainless steel.

Rubber is suitable for Phosphoric acid. But not for Nitric acid and Sulphuric acid. It is used primarily for Hydrochloric acid and waste acids. The rubber lining is usually 6mm thick and can be of the Neoprene, Chloroprene, Nitryl and Butyl variety. There can be no perforation in the coating. Rubber coating is expensive. And must be done at drydock in ideal conditions ( temperature and humidity controlled ) on ideal surface, gritblasted , dust free ( vacuumed ) and degreased.

Rubber is not suitable for Nitric and Sulphuric acids as they oxidize rubber. Rubber is not suitable for vegetable oils , animal oils or solvents

POLYESTER
Has better resistance to acids than epoxy or polyurethane but has poor resistance to solvents and alkalies. So used in organic acid trade –limited use.


CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL ( 28 YEARS IN COMMAND )

30 comments:

  1. what about the life time if we using epoxy for cargo tank??
    how many time the epoxy will be expired??
    please answer me at armans_its@yahoo.com

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  2. dear sir,

    always heard about you but never met. Missed you by a whisker though a couple of times that is.
    I have a question, as you mention that a veg oil with high FFA may affect the coating and we need to be careful, do you suggest that we ventilate the tank after discharge and prior to wash with water jet? in that case would the veg oil not dry up on the surface? can you please respond to captdgupta@gmail.com

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  3. Dear Captain Vadakayil,

    Plan to load Phosphoric Acid (P205) in stainless steel tanks. Fluorine / Chlorine is 0.3 / 1.0 %, composition is 47~50%, rest normal. But loading temperature is 55 Deg C. Can you advise effects of this temperature.
    mail to hsgokhale14@gmail.com

    Bregds
    Hemant Gokhale
    Sr Tech Supdt / DPA.

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  4. interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you



    Epoxy Coating

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  5. hi viji,

    punch into google search EPOXY ZINC TANKS PRACTICAL ASPECTS ON CHEMICAL TANKERS-- VADAKAYIL

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  6. Capt.

    what is the main advantages and disadvantages for both epoxy and zinc coatings ?

    and what about the initial and maintain cost of both ?

    Thanks in advance

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  7. thanks capt.

    i have 2 questions

    1 - what is main advantage and disadvantages of both epoxy and zinc coating ?

    2 - and what about the initial and maintenance cost of both ?

    thanks in advance

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  8. hi mehmoud,

    the main disadvantage of epoxy is that it swells up with solvent cargoes, which it aBsorbs like a sponge .

    the main disadvantage of zinc silicate is that it is porous , aDsorbs cargo and hence is hard to clean . Zinc cannot take outside 6 to 9 pH scale.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  10. Capt,

    First let me say you are my Guru of Chemical Tankers. I use to sail on a Chemical Tanker and know do chartering. It is amazing the wealth of knowledge that you have aquired throughout your years.

    I am currently looking at the option to coat the tanks with rubber to transport Hydrochloric acid. Is there a drydock that specializes in this process or can most do this. Also is there a way to dilute the acid to help with the rubber deterioration.

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    1. hi r,

      suggest you go to this website--
      http://www.blairrubber.com

      pure gum natural rubber gives long life for concentrated 38% HCl. the acid reacts with natural rubber hydrocarbon to chlorinate the surface, making an impermeable membrane.

      acid vapors are more detrimental to the rubber lining than the hydrochloric acid liquid itself. to improve the natural rubber life where only vapour contacts, they overcoat with chlorobutyl . and tank steel coming in contact with sunlight is coated silver.

      drydocks can be chosen at your convenience in liason with the lining manufactuers.

      capt ajit vadakayil
      .. .



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  11. Thanks captain for your valuable advice on epoxy coating. It helped in my investigation on a recent contamination happened to methanol cargo . the cargo was loaded from Saudi Arabia in an epoxy coated mild carbon steel tank and discharged in spain wherein it failed in UV test, NVR, hydrocarbon test etc.The last three cargoes were Gas oil, Gasoline and ethanol
    Please give me your email address

    Regards
    Nishad
    Saudi Arabia

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  12. Dear Captain Ajit,
    is it allowed to load chemicals with petroleum products as last cargo ? is it a good practice. if yes what type of washing procedure to follow

    regards
    Nishad

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    1. hi nk,

      yes--you can load annex 2 chemicals after annex 1 petroleum.

      tanks have to be cleaned and wall wash has to be done.

      i do NOT take questions on tank cleaning.

      this is like asking a surgeon, how to do brain operation.

      you have to be qualified by experience . there are tankcleaning software will give you guidelines.

      i have written many posts which give these guidelines.

      search them out.

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..

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    2. Dear Sir
      i need to load 3 different cargo in an iso tank container after application of Internal coating for carriage of Acetic Acid, Ethanol and Edible Oil.
      is it possible
      please reply to abhishekhy@gmail.com
      best Regards,

      Abhishek

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    3. hi a,

      most coating cannot take strong acids.
      check paint resistance tables.

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..

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  13. Hi Sir;

    I need your help. Can you inform me about oil repellent ship coatings?

    Thanks for your interest..

    Kind Regards

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    1. hi us,

      punch into google search-
      EPOXY ZINC TANKS PRACTICAL ASPECTS ON CHEMICAL TANKERS VADAKAYIL

      read about siloxirane -- cyclosilicon epoxy.

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..

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  16. Shruti Khajuria
    October 7, 2015 at 4:53 PM
    Hello captain.
    Today i asked my teacher about the role/power of president to avoid parliament sessions being washed out- like this monsoon session.

    He said that president cant do anything n it is in the hands of speaker(inshort pm) who can do something.

    Could u plz she'd some light on it.

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    October 7, 2015 at 7:55 PM
    hi sk,

    WHY WAS CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL THE MOST POWERFUL SHIP CAPTAIN AT SEA?

    WHY WERE HIS BOSSES MORTALLY SCARED OF HIM?

    WHY WAS THIS SHIP CAPTAIN LIKE THE "SLAVE MORE POWERFUL THAN CAESAR "?

    OK-- THE EASY WAY OUT IS TO SAY THAT THIS CAPTAIN KNEW MORE THAN OTHERS .

    SORRY-- THE COOKIE DOES NOT CRUMBLE THAT WAY.

    I KNEW MY POWERS VESTED IN ME BY THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA BY A DOCUMENT--THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT.

    http://vikaspedia.in/social-welfare/unorganised-sector-1/the-merchant-shipping-act1958

    I ONCE HAD A BOOS WHO SAILED ON MY SHIP FOR 2 DAYS .

    FROM HOUR ONE HE WAS AFTER MY ASS -TRYING TO TEAR IT APART.

    I ASKED MY PURSER TO SIGN HIM ON ON THE SHIPS" ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT"

    LEGALLY AT SEA THERE CAN BE NO PASSENGERS ON A MERCHANT SHIP WITHOUT PROPER DOCUMENTS.

    HE REFUSED TO SIGN IT- SAYING THAT HE HAD NEVER DONE IT BEFORE.

    IMMEDIATELY I TOLD THE PURSER AND CHIEF OFFICER -- YOU ARE WITNESS , CARRY ON.

    THIS MANGY BOSS WENT RUNNING AFTER THE PURSER AND SIGNED IT-- AND NOW HE WAS PART OF MY CREW.

    SO I TOLD HIM--

    AT NEXT PORT I WILL SIGN OFF MY CHIEF ENGINEER AND I WILL ASK THAT YOU BE MADE MY CHIEF ENGINEER TILL I GET A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT.

    ( THOSE DAYS I WAS THE BLUE EYED BOY )

    YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN HIS FACE --HE LITERALLY SHAT AS WE COULD SMELL SHIT.

    ALWAYS KNOW YOUR POWERS.

    THE INDIAN PRESIDENT MUST KNOW HIS POWERS.

    DID NOT TN SESHAN ( ELECTION COMMISSIONER ) POONGI BHAJAO ALL THE HIGH AND MIGHTY POLITICIANS ? SAB KA GAAAN EKKATTA PHAAD DIYA . .

    THEY WERE ALL CRYING MUMMMMYYYYY !

    HE KNEW HIS POWERS.

    IF TN SESHAN WAS PRESIDENT -- THE FUTURE PRESIDENTS WOULD HAVE BEEN ON A BETTER WICKET.

    when i wanted to interpret the merchant shipping act--i would call my wife and ask her to think like a landlubber ( like a lawyer in a court of law ) .

    see, i would be tied down by PRE-CONCEIVED NOTIONS.

    at sea i tool officers and crew who had NIL chemical experience and I moulded them like RAW CLAY.

    dog's tail cant be straightened !

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  17. Shruti Khajuria
    October 7, 2015 at 4:53 PM
    Hello captain.
    Today i asked my teacher about the role/power of president to avoid parliament sessions being washed out- like this monsoon session.

    He said that president cant do anything n it is in the hands of speaker(inshort pm) who can do something.

    Could u plz she'd some light on it.

    ReplyDelete
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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    October 7, 2015 at 7:55 PM
    hi sk,

    WHY WAS CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL THE MOST POWERFUL SHIP CAPTAIN AT SEA?

    WHY WERE HIS BOSSES MORTALLY SCARED OF HIM?

    WHY WAS THIS SHIP CAPTAIN LIKE THE "SLAVE MORE POWERFUL THAN CAESAR "?

    OK-- THE EASY WAY OUT IS TO SAY THAT THIS CAPTAIN KNEW MORE THAN OTHERS .

    SORRY-- THE COOKIE DOES NOT CRUMBLE THAT WAY.

    I KNEW MY POWERS VESTED IN ME BY THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA BY A DOCUMENT--THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT.

    http://vikaspedia.in/social-welfare/unorganised-sector-1/the-merchant-shipping-act1958

    I ONCE HAD A BOOS WHO SAILED ON MY SHIP FOR 2 DAYS .

    FROM HOUR ONE HE WAS AFTER MY ASS -TRYING TO TEAR IT APART.

    I ASKED MY PURSER TO SIGN HIM ON ON THE SHIPS" ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT"

    LEGALLY AT SEA THERE CAN BE NO PASSENGERS ON A MERCHANT SHIP WITHOUT PROPER DOCUMENTS.

    HE REFUSED TO SIGN IT- SAYING THAT HE HAD NEVER DONE IT BEFORE.

    IMMEDIATELY I TOLD THE PURSER AND CHIEF OFFICER -- YOU ARE WITNESS , CARRY ON.

    THIS MANGY BOSS WENT RUNNING AFTER THE PURSER AND SIGNED IT-- AND NOW HE WAS PART OF MY CREW.

    SO I TOLD HIM--

    AT NEXT PORT I WILL SIGN OFF MY CHIEF ENGINEER AND I WILL ASK THAT YOU BE MADE MY CHIEF ENGINEER TILL I GET A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT.

    ( THOSE DAYS I WAS THE BLUE EYED BOY )

    YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN HIS FACE --HE LITERALLY SHAT AS WE COULD SMELL SHIT.

    ALWAYS KNOW YOUR POWERS.

    THE INDIAN PRESIDENT MUST KNOW HIS POWERS.

    DID NOT TN SESHAN ( ELECTION COMMISSIONER ) POONGI BHAJAO ALL THE HIGH AND MIGHTY POLITICIANS ? SAB KA GAAAN EKKATTA PHAAD DIYA . .

    THEY WERE ALL CRYING MUMMMMYYYYY !

    HE KNEW HIS POWERS.

    IF TN SESHAN WAS PRESIDENT -- THE FUTURE PRESIDENTS WOULD HAVE BEEN ON A BETTER WICKET.

    when i wanted to interpret the merchant shipping act--i would call my wife and ask her to think like a landlubber ( like a lawyer in a court of law ) .

    see, i would be tied down by PRE-CONCEIVED NOTIONS.

    at sea i tool officers and crew who had NIL chemical experience and I moulded them like RAW CLAY.

    dog's tail cant be straightened !

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  18. HERE IS AN ADVISE TO MODI -

    A LEADER MUST KNOW HOW TO CONTROL FAKE NEGATIVE PROPAGANDA.

    TAKE THIS FROM A LEADER OF MEN , 30 YEARS AS A SHIP CAPTAIN . .

    MY FIRST 9 YEARS OF COMMAND WAS IN INDIAN SHIPPING COMPANY SCI . . .

    I GREW UP IN THE COMPANY AND I KNEW HOW THE CREW / OFFICERS PUT THE CAPTAIN ON THE BACKFOOT -- BY INSINUATING THAT HE MADE MONEY ON FOOD . . .

    TO BE FRANK, MOST OF THESE ALLEGATIONS WERE TRUE.

    COMPANY GAVE OUT A CIRCULAR TO FORM MESS COMMITTEES ON ALL SHIPS , WITH A MEETING EVERY MONTH AND A REGISTER FOR COMPLAINTS.

    IN EVERY MESS COMMITTEE MEETING CREW/ OFFICERS WOULD THROW SHIT ON THE CAPTAINs FACE -- THE COMPLAINT REGISTER WOULD BE FULL OF FOUL ABUSE , BAD LANGUAGE AND SLIMY INNUENDO.

    TO BE FRANK, WHEN YOU HAVE A CREW OF 60 IT IS DIFFICULT TO KEEP ALL HAPPY. PUNJABIS DO NOT WANT SAMBHAR, TAMILAINS DO NOT WANT PARATHA AND SO ON.

    ONE FINE DAY CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL TOOK OVER COMMAND OF A SHIP , WHERE HE WAS SECOND IN COMMAND AFTER A MONTH OF LEAVE.

    I KNEW THE TROUBLE MAKERS-- THE STAGNANT CATEGORY LIKE ELECTRICAL OFFICER/ PURSER/ CHIEF ENGINEER WHO HAD NO MORE PROMOTIONS.

    I CALLED FOR A MESS COMMITTEE MEETING IN ADVANCE ON MY TIME TABLE.

    AS USUAL THE RABBLE ROUSERS STARTED OFF --WE WANT THIS , WE WANT THAT-- WE THINK SO AND SO.

    I GOT UP FROM MY CHAIR AND TOLD LOUD AND CLEAR-

    I WANT TO HEAR I NOT WE

    I WANT TO HEAR I WANT THIS, I WANT THAT, I THING SO AND SO.

    AFTER I SIT DOWN ON THIS CHAIR AGAIN, IF I HEAR THE WORLD WE AGAIN , IT WILL GO AGAINST HIM. THERE IS NO SAFETY IN NUMBERS-- ALL ARE ON THEIR OWN STARTING FROM NOW-

    AND I BANGED MY PALM ON THE TABLE-- WITH A EAR SPLITTING THUDDDDDDDD.

    YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN EVERYBODYs FACES.

    NOBODY DARED TO UTTER A WORD .

    THEY ALL KNEW I WAS THE COMPANYs BLUE EYED BOY ...

    THEN I TOOK THE OLD COMPLAINT REGISTER -- TORE IT UP AND SUBSTITUTED THE COMPLAINT RESISTER WITH A SUGGESTION REGISTER., ADDRESSED TO CAPTAIN AJIT VADAKAYIL.

    I SAID--

    WHATEVER YOU WRITE HERE , WILL BE ADDRESSED TO ME, THE CAPTAIN --NOT THIN FUCKIN AIR.

    YOU CAN WRITE WHAT YOU WANT-- I EXPECT YOU TO LOOK AHEAD , NOT BEHIND .

    YOU HAVE TO SIGN EVERY ENTRY .

    NO ANONYMOUS ENTRY WILL BE ACCEPTED. EVERY SENTENCE WILL BE ADDRESSED TO ME ALONE.

    AND THEN I LOOKED AT THE CHIEF STEWARD AND CHIEF COOK -- I WANT GOOD FOOD. GET ORAL POSITIVE FEEDBACK DAILY FROM THE OFFICERS AND CREW. AND I WANT TO HEAR THAT DAILY . . LOOK IN THE REGISTER DAILY. I WILL SEE THE REGISTER ONLY ONCE A MONTH.

    MY SHIP NEVER HAD A PROBLEM.

    AFTER 3 MONTHS THE CHIEF STEWARD ASKED ME-- DO YOU HYPNOTISE OR DO SOME MAGIC ?

    YES-- LEADERS MUST KNOW HOW TO LEAD.

    MR NARENDRA MODI -- LEARN HOW TO BE A LEADER .


    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/06/ethos-logos-pathos-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/11/blue-ocean-leadership-capt-ajit.html

    PSSST-

    MY LEADERSHIP WAS ON A DIFFERENT TRACK - MY CREW LOVED ME WHEN I GOT ANGRY.

    I COULD MAKE PEOPLE STRIP , IF I WANTED -- THIS IS MAGIC.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/11/humor-management-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    IN FOREIGN COMPANIES CAPTAIN COULD SACK ANYBODY WHOM HE DID NOT LIKE.

    ONLY IN INDIAN COMPANIES IT WAS FREE FOR ALL.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  19. HERE IS AN ADVISE TO MODI -

    A LEADER MUST KNOW HOW TO CONTROL FAKE NEGATIVE PROPAGANDA.

    TAKE THIS FROM A LEADER OF MEN , 30 YEARS AS A SHIP CAPTAIN . .

    MY FIRST 9 YEARS OF COMMAND WAS IN INDIAN SHIPPING COMPANY SCI . . .

    I GREW UP IN THE COMPANY AND I KNEW HOW THE CREW / OFFICERS PUT THE CAPTAIN ON THE BACKFOOT -- BY INSINUATING THAT HE MADE MONEY ON FOOD . . .

    TO BE FRANK, MOST OF THESE ALLEGATIONS WERE TRUE.

    COMPANY GAVE OUT A CIRCULAR TO FORM MESS COMMITTEES ON ALL SHIPS , WITH A MEETING EVERY MONTH AND A REGISTER FOR COMPLAINTS.

    IN EVERY MESS COMMITTEE MEETING CREW/ OFFICERS WOULD THROW SHIT ON THE CAPTAINs FACE -- THE COMPLAINT REGISTER WOULD BE FULL OF FOUL ABUSE , BAD LANGUAGE AND SLIMY INNUENDO.

    TO BE FRANK, WHEN YOU HAVE A CREW OF 60 IT IS DIFFICULT TO KEEP ALL HAPPY. PUNJABIS DO NOT WANT SAMBHAR, TAMILAINS DO NOT WANT PARATHA AND SO ON.

    ONE FINE DAY CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL TOOK OVER COMMAND OF A SHIP , WHERE HE WAS SECOND IN COMMAND AFTER A MONTH OF LEAVE.

    I KNEW THE TROUBLE MAKERS-- THE STAGNANT CATEGORY LIKE ELECTRICAL OFFICER/ PURSER/ CHIEF ENGINEER WHO HAD NO MORE PROMOTIONS.

    I CALLED FOR A MESS COMMITTEE MEETING IN ADVANCE ON MY TIME TABLE.

    AS USUAL THE RABBLE ROUSERS STARTED OFF --WE WANT THIS , WE WANT THAT-- WE THINK SO AND SO.

    I GOT UP FROM MY CHAIR AND TOLD LOUD AND CLEAR-

    I WANT TO HEAR I NOT WE

    I WANT TO HEAR I WANT THIS, I WANT THAT, I THING SO AND SO.

    AFTER I SIT DOWN ON THIS CHAIR AGAIN, IF I HEAR THE WORLD WE AGAIN , IT WILL GO AGAINST HIM. THERE IS NO SAFETY IN NUMBERS-- ALL ARE ON THEIR OWN STARTING FROM NOW-

    AND I BANGED MY PALM ON THE TABLE-- WITH A EAR SPLITTING THUDDDDDDDD.

    YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN EVERYBODYs FACES.

    NOBODY DARED TO UTTER A WORD .

    THEY ALL KNEW I WAS THE COMPANYs BLUE EYED BOY ...

    THEN I TOOK THE OLD COMPLAINT REGISTER -- TORE IT UP AND SUBSTITUTED THE COMPLAINT RESISTER WITH A SUGGESTION REGISTER., ADDRESSED TO CAPTAIN AJIT VADAKAYIL.

    I SAID--

    WHATEVER YOU WRITE HERE , WILL BE ADDRESSED TO ME, THE CAPTAIN --NOT THIN FUCKIN AIR.

    YOU CAN WRITE WHAT YOU WANT-- I EXPECT YOU TO LOOK AHEAD , NOT BEHIND .

    YOU HAVE TO SIGN EVERY ENTRY .

    NO ANONYMOUS ENTRY WILL BE ACCEPTED. EVERY SENTENCE WILL BE ADDRESSED TO ME ALONE.

    AND THEN I LOOKED AT THE CHIEF STEWARD AND CHIEF COOK -- I WANT GOOD FOOD. GET ORAL POSITIVE FEEDBACK DAILY FROM THE OFFICERS AND CREW. AND I WANT TO HEAR THAT DAILY . . LOOK IN THE REGISTER DAILY. I WILL SEE THE REGISTER ONLY ONCE A MONTH.

    MY SHIP NEVER HAD A PROBLEM.

    AFTER 3 MONTHS THE CHIEF STEWARD ASKED ME-- DO YOU HYPNOTISE OR DO SOME MAGIC ?

    YES-- LEADERS MUST KNOW HOW TO LEAD.

    MR NARENDRA MODI -- LEARN HOW TO BE A LEADER .


    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2015/06/ethos-logos-pathos-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/11/blue-ocean-leadership-capt-ajit.html

    PSSST-

    MY LEADERSHIP WAS ON A DIFFERENT TRACK - MY CREW LOVED ME WHEN I GOT ANGRY.

    I COULD MAKE PEOPLE STRIP , IF I WANTED -- THIS IS MAGIC.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/11/humor-management-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    IN FOREIGN COMPANIES CAPTAIN COULD SACK ANYBODY WHOM HE DID NOT LIKE.

    ONLY IN INDIAN COMPANIES IT WAS FREE FOR ALL.

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  20. Dear Sir ,

    Your blogs are very inspiring and I hope you contniue this forever .

    Regards ,
    Capt,Jestine Francis ( jesfi1375@gmail.com)

    ReplyDelete
  21. Dear Sir ,

    Your blogs are very inspiring and I hope you contniue this forever .

    Regards ,
    Capt,Jestine Francis ( jesfi1375@gmail.com)

    ReplyDelete
  22. STOP PRESS:

    SOMETIMES MY READERS WONDER HOW I GET SO MUCH OF UNKNOWN INFORMATION..

    A CHUNK OF IT CAME BY "SHAKING DOWN " PEOPLE.

    MAKE SOMEONE FEEL THAT IF HE DOES NOT CONFESS- HE WILL GO TO JAIL-- AND I HAVE THE POWER TO DO IT.

    THIS IS WHO I CAME TO KNOW SECRETS OF "INDIAN SHIP MANAGEMENT COMPANIES "

    EXAMPLE?

    ONCE I WAS PUT IN A HOTEL ROOM WITH SAME SEROUS DEFICIENCIES --SAY THE ROOM DID NOT HAVE A WINDOW

    I WOULD CALL FOR THE TOP MANAGER AND SHAKE HIM DOWN.

    BUT HEY--

    BUT I MAY RE-CONSIDER , IF HE TELLS ME HOW MUCH KICK BACK PERCENTAGE HE GIVES TO THE MANNING OFFICE WHO PUTS SHIP OFFICERS IN HIS HOTEL.

    PAT- THE ANSWER WILL COME-- 40 %

    THIS MEANS IN A HOTEL ROOM COSTING 5000 BUCKS A DAY 2000 BUCKS GOES TO THE POCKET OF OWNER/ MANAGER OF THE MANNING OFFICE.

    I HAVE SHAKEN DOWN SHIPPING ACCOUNTANTS IN FOREIGN NATIONS . NOBODY LIKES JAIL

    I HAVE COME TO KNOW OF SLIMY SHIP MAMANGEMENT INDIAN COMPANIES WHO PAY AN OFFICER 6000 DOLLARS A MONTH-- BUT THEY FORGE THE WHOLE SIGNED SHEET AGAIN ( ENTIRE CREW ) IN THE OFFICE , AND CHARGE THE JAPANESE SHIP OWNER 30% EXTRA.

    THAT MEANS IF THE ACTUAL WAGES GIVEN ARE 2 LAKHS DOLLARS PER MONTH 60,000 DOLLARS ARE SKIMMED OFF BY THE INDIAN SHIPMANAGEMENT COMPANY--WITHOUT THE CREW OR THE JAP SHIPOWNER KNOWING.

    OFFICERS AND CREW ARE MADE TO PAY FOR THE "FLAG DOCUMENTATION" SAY--PANAMA/ MONROVIA ETC SAY 800 DOLLARS-- BUT THEY COLLECT THIS MONEY FROM THE JAP OWNERS TOO--

    FLAG DOCUMENTATION-- CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY, CDC, SPECIAL VERTIFICATES LIKE OIL / CHEMICAL/ GAS ADVANCED COURSEs ETC

    I HAVE THE POWER TO JAIL SEVERAL HIGH FLYING MAHA MERUS WITH PROOF. I HAVE REVEALED JUST 2%.

    SOME OF THEM ARE IMMORAL SONS OF BITCHES-- THEY WILL SELL THEIR OWN MOTHERS TO WHORE HOUSES.

    WELL THEY WILL READ THIS TODAY--AND ALL WILL SHIT IN THEIR LANGOTS AND SPEND SEVERAL SLEEPLESS NIGHTS

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


    Capt. Ajit VadakayilFebruary 26, 2016 at 2:31 PM
    SOMEBODY CALLED –

    ASKED ME CAN YOU REVEAL SOME MORE ABOUT THESE BASTARDS RUNNING INDIAN SHIP MANAGEMENT COMPANIES—

    OK— TWO MORE

    AAA- MONTHLY ALLOTMENTS TO HOME BANK REACHING LATE.
    ##################################

    LET US SAY THAT I SENT 15000 USD AS MONTHLY ALLOTMENT TO MY WIFE

    IT WILL REACH MY HOME ONLY AFTER 20 DAYS

    THE FIRST 20 DAYS , THEY MILK OFF THE INTEREST ( HUGE AMOUNT FOR THE WHOLE CREW ) IN SOME BANK.

    AS A BONUS TO THESE BASTARDS I WILL NOT REVEAL THEIR FCNR / NRE MONEY CHANNELING VIA THE MAURITIUS ROUTE OR WHATEVER -- FERA - AS OF NOW


    BBB- A LOT OF COMPANIES DEMAND THE FIRST MONTHs SALARY AS BRIBE.
    ######################################

    I STOPPED THIS WHEN I CAME TO KNOW ABOUT THIS.

    EXAMPLE: I HAD A BANGLADESI OFFICER WHO HAD TO PAY HIS RECRUITING MANNING AGENT ( A SHORE CAPTAIN ) AT DHAKA , HIS FIRST MONTHs SALARY- BEFORE BOARDING THE SHIP.

    THIS MEANS YOU WORK THE FIRST MONTH WITHOUT SALARY.

    I CALLED UP THE TOP HONCHO IN DENMARK ( MY DIEHARD FAN ) AND STOPPED THIS NONSENSE , THAT VERY MINUTE.

    Capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

    ReplyDelete
  23. STOP PRESS:

    SOMETIMES MY READERS WONDER HOW I GET SO MUCH OF UNKNOWN INFORMATION..

    A CHUNK OF IT CAME BY "SHAKING DOWN " PEOPLE.

    MAKE SOMEONE FEEL THAT IF HE DOES NOT CONFESS- HE WILL GO TO JAIL-- AND I HAVE THE POWER TO DO IT.

    THIS IS WHO I CAME TO KNOW SECRETS OF "INDIAN SHIP MANAGEMENT COMPANIES "

    EXAMPLE?

    ONCE I WAS PUT IN A HOTEL ROOM WITH SAME SEROUS DEFICIENCIES --SAY THE ROOM DID NOT HAVE A WINDOW

    I WOULD CALL FOR THE TOP MANAGER AND SHAKE HIM DOWN.

    BUT HEY--

    BUT I MAY RE-CONSIDER , IF HE TELLS ME HOW MUCH KICK BACK PERCENTAGE HE GIVES TO THE MANNING OFFICE WHO PUTS SHIP OFFICERS IN HIS HOTEL.

    PAT- THE ANSWER WILL COME-- 40 %

    THIS MEANS IN A HOTEL ROOM COSTING 5000 BUCKS A DAY 2000 BUCKS GOES TO THE POCKET OF OWNER/ MANAGER OF THE MANNING OFFICE.

    I HAVE SHAKEN DOWN SHIPPING ACCOUNTANTS IN FOREIGN NATIONS . NOBODY LIKES JAIL

    I HAVE COME TO KNOW OF SLIMY SHIP MAMANGEMENT INDIAN COMPANIES WHO PAY AN OFFICER 6000 DOLLARS A MONTH-- BUT THEY FORGE THE WHOLE SIGNED SHEET AGAIN ( ENTIRE CREW ) IN THE OFFICE , AND CHARGE THE JAPANESE SHIP OWNER 30% EXTRA.

    THAT MEANS IF THE ACTUAL WAGES GIVEN ARE 2 LAKHS DOLLARS PER MONTH 60,000 DOLLARS ARE SKIMMED OFF BY THE INDIAN SHIPMANAGEMENT COMPANY--WITHOUT THE CREW OR THE JAP SHIPOWNER KNOWING.

    OFFICERS AND CREW ARE MADE TO PAY FOR THE "FLAG DOCUMENTATION" SAY--PANAMA/ MONROVIA ETC SAY 800 DOLLARS-- BUT THEY COLLECT THIS MONEY FROM THE JAP OWNERS TOO--

    FLAG DOCUMENTATION-- CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY, CDC, SPECIAL VERTIFICATES LIKE OIL / CHEMICAL/ GAS ADVANCED COURSEs ETC

    I HAVE THE POWER TO JAIL SEVERAL HIGH FLYING MAHA MERUS WITH PROOF. I HAVE REVEALED JUST 2%.

    SOME OF THEM ARE IMMORAL SONS OF BITCHES-- THEY WILL SELL THEIR OWN MOTHERS TO WHORE HOUSES.

    WELL THEY WILL READ THIS TODAY--AND ALL WILL SHIT IN THEIR LANGOTS AND SPEND SEVERAL SLEEPLESS NIGHTS

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


    Capt. Ajit VadakayilFebruary 26, 2016 at 2:31 PM
    SOMEBODY CALLED –

    ASKED ME CAN YOU REVEAL SOME MORE ABOUT THESE BASTARDS RUNNING INDIAN SHIP MANAGEMENT COMPANIES—

    OK— TWO MORE

    AAA- MONTHLY ALLOTMENTS TO HOME BANK REACHING LATE.
    ##################################

    LET US SAY THAT I SENT 15000 USD AS MONTHLY ALLOTMENT TO MY WIFE

    IT WILL REACH MY HOME ONLY AFTER 20 DAYS

    THE FIRST 20 DAYS , THEY MILK OFF THE INTEREST ( HUGE AMOUNT FOR THE WHOLE CREW ) IN SOME BANK.

    AS A BONUS TO THESE BASTARDS I WILL NOT REVEAL THEIR FCNR / NRE MONEY CHANNELING VIA THE MAURITIUS ROUTE OR WHATEVER -- FERA - AS OF NOW


    BBB- A LOT OF COMPANIES DEMAND THE FIRST MONTHs SALARY AS BRIBE.
    ######################################

    I STOPPED THIS WHEN I CAME TO KNOW ABOUT THIS.

    EXAMPLE: I HAD A BANGLADESI OFFICER WHO HAD TO PAY HIS RECRUITING MANNING AGENT ( A SHORE CAPTAIN ) AT DHAKA , HIS FIRST MONTHs SALARY- BEFORE BOARDING THE SHIP.

    THIS MEANS YOU WORK THE FIRST MONTH WITHOUT SALARY.

    I CALLED UP THE TOP HONCHO IN DENMARK ( MY DIEHARD FAN ) AND STOPPED THIS NONSENSE , THAT VERY MINUTE.

    Capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

    ReplyDelete
  24. pravendra
    July 11, 2016 at 4:05 AM

    http://www.thinkstors.com/#!Captain-Radhika-Menon-1st-Woman-Captain-Of-Indian-Merchant-Navy-To-Receive-IMO-Award-For-Exceptional-Bravery-At-Sea/cjds/5782ad980cf2f626feb1610e

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    #####################
    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    July 11, 2016 at 9:09 AM

    hi p,

    THERE IS NO BRAVERY INVOLVED BY THE CAPTAIN. ZERO BRAVERY IS INVOLVED.

    IF SHE DOES NOT GO FOR THE RESCUE SHE LOSES HER LICENSE . .

    IT IS JUST A FEMINIST THRUST.

    I HAVE DONE RESCUES AT SEA IN UNIMAGINABLE CIRCUMSTANCES -- NEVER TALKED ABOUT IT-- EVEN WHEN COMPANY WANTED TO PRAISE ME- I SAID--NO--I AM JUST IN CHARGE -- MY CREW DID IT.

    I REFUSE TO TAKE BRAVERY AWARDS TO SAVE LIFE.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/02/naive-sailor-weather-routing-capt-ajit.html

    QUOTE: once north of the aleutian , my ship had to go the rescue of a brand
    new XXX ship-- whose foremast fell down due to getting top heavy by
    rime -- the fallen mast was held by 4 stout wire stays and was battering
    the ship like BRUCE LEE'S nanchaku. our own forecastle was like a mount
    everest with rime .UNQUOTE

    YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE ABOVE MEANS -- MOUNTAINOUS ROUGH SEAS-- CHILL FACTOR MORE THAN MINUS 40 DEG C

    WHO KNOWS EVERY SOON HIJRAS WILL FLY FIGHTER JETS.

    IN PEACE TIME-- YES--THEY WILL ALSO FLY WELL -- WHEN SHIT HITS THE FAN--IT TAKES A MAN WITH BALLS !

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

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  25. pravendra
    July 11, 2016 at 4:05 AM

    http://www.thinkstors.com/#!Captain-Radhika-Menon-1st-Woman-Captain-Of-Indian-Merchant-Navy-To-Receive-IMO-Award-For-Exceptional-Bravery-At-Sea/cjds/5782ad980cf2f626feb1610e

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    #####################
    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    July 11, 2016 at 9:09 AM

    hi p,

    THERE IS NO BRAVERY INVOLVED BY THE CAPTAIN. ZERO BRAVERY IS INVOLVED.

    IF SHE DOES NOT GO FOR THE RESCUE SHE LOSES HER LICENSE . .

    IT IS JUST A FEMINIST THRUST.

    I HAVE DONE RESCUES AT SEA IN UNIMAGINABLE CIRCUMSTANCES -- NEVER TALKED ABOUT IT-- EVEN WHEN COMPANY WANTED TO PRAISE ME- I SAID--NO--I AM JUST IN CHARGE -- MY CREW DID IT.

    I REFUSE TO TAKE BRAVERY AWARDS TO SAVE LIFE.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/02/naive-sailor-weather-routing-capt-ajit.html

    QUOTE: once north of the aleutian , my ship had to go the rescue of a brand
    new XXX ship-- whose foremast fell down due to getting top heavy by
    rime -- the fallen mast was held by 4 stout wire stays and was battering
    the ship like BRUCE LEE'S nanchaku. our own forecastle was like a mount
    everest with rime .UNQUOTE

    YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE ABOVE MEANS -- MOUNTAINOUS ROUGH SEAS-- CHILL FACTOR MORE THAN MINUS 40 DEG C

    WHO KNOWS EVERY SOON HIJRAS WILL FLY FIGHTER JETS.

    IN PEACE TIME-- YES--THEY WILL ALSO FLY WELL -- WHEN SHIT HITS THE FAN--IT TAKES A MAN WITH BALLS !

    capt ajit vadakayil
    ..

    ReplyDelete