Monday, November 29, 2010

CHEMICAL TANKER LOADING OPERATIONS-- CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

LOADING PARCEL CHEMICAL TANKERS —CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

THE FOLLOWING SERVES AS A “MEMORY JOGGER" FOR A 3/4 STRIPER ON A
PARCEL CHEMICAL TANKER , RATHER THAN A CHECK LIST—AND IS BY
NO MEANS COMPREHENSIVE.

IT SHOWS THE PROACTIVE AND MULTI-TASKING NATURE OF CHEMICAL
TANKER SHIPBOARD MANAGEMENT. 

A CHEMICAL TANKER 3/4 STRIPER CANNOT BE A HALF-WIT.

S No
PRE LOADING CHECKS ON CHEMICAL TANKER
1.         
Have all emails, telexes, faxes and verbal cargo instructions been
cross checked?
2.         
Has the chemical and product names been reconciled?
3.         
Has the MOLOO, MOLCO, MINMAX requirements been met?
4.         
Has the tank coating compatibility been cross checked?
5.         
Has load density of tank been considered?
6.         
Have you checked the COF for the intended cargoes?
7.         
Have you checked the USCG chemical reactive group compatibility
 tables- exception list?
8.         
Have charterers agreed with the stowage plan?
9.         
Are all the cargoes to be loaded in the COF?
10.      
Are all the cargoes to be loaded suitable for tank coating/ lining ?
11.      
Are you keeping away toxic cargoes from edible?
12.      
Are heated toxic vapor cargoes stowed right forward?
13.      
Is there at least 10 degrees difference between BP of the cargo and
 adjacent heat?
14.      
Is list correction in port possible at all times with minimum ballast
 and time?
15.      
Can you do internal stripping at disport with the planned stow ?
16.      
Are all cargoes  suitable by compatibility tables A and B (cargo
 groups / reactive groups)?
17.      
Has FOSFA ( or NIOP/ EU etc ) banned / acceptable lists been 
consulted?
18.      
Is the filling height all right for the load density of tank?
19.      
Has adjacent heat been considered?
20.      
Are drying oils, polymerizing cargoes, volatile cargoes kept away
 from adjacent heat?
21.      
Are cofferdam seals of Framo pumps free from leaks?
22.      
If no, are any polymerizing or high MP insoluble in water cargoes 
assigned to those tanks?
23.      
If your steam pipes are unlagged are you stowing any high MP 
cargoes forward ( sea spray )?
24.      
Is the molybdenum content of the steam coils suitable for the 
aggressive cargo to be heated?
25.      
Do cargoes which have to be recirculated have diffusers on drop
 line?
26.      
Are you reducing the number of tanks to be recirculated at sea?
27.      
Are cold ballast water interfaces removed from high MP cargoes?
28.      
Will cold condensation effect the cargo (example styrene/ 
MEG fg adjacent )?
29.      
Are you avoiding the use of too many flexible cargo hoses?
30.      
Have you avoided loading tanks which have leaky steam coils?
31.      
Have you avoided waste of nitrogen due to slack tanks?
32.      
If you are loading at different berths has the draft /trim/ list 
been considered?
33.      
Have you given your best tanks for WWT?
34.      
In case there are draft restrictions at disport have you put heavy 
cargoes amidship?
35.      
Have you avoided loading high MP insoluble cargoes in shadow 
sector tanks?
36.      
Are you loading 2 consecutive aggressive cargoes without recovery
of tank lining?
37.      
Is it possible to use adjacent heat instead of thermal oil heating?
38.      
In case sensitive first foot samples will be taken are you using the 
best and largest tanks?
39.      
In case pipelines have to be deslopped like for MEG FG are you 
using the best and largest tanks?
40.      
Are you minimizing tank cleaning chemicals expenditure by using 
stainless steel tanks?
41.      
Can your pumps handle the cargo discharge without booster
 pump ?
42.      
Are you aware that edible oil cannot be heated by thermal oil?
43.      
Have you considered filling lower/ upper limit of sloshing as
per P@A manual?
44.      
Has damage stability been considered?
45.      
Are you using the largest tanks with large pumps and risers for high
 viscosity cargoes?
46.      
Will you avoid last minute methanol spray to pass WWT by using
best previous cargo’ tanks?
47.      
Are you stowing high MP high heat cargoes within double hull?
48.      
Have you consulted list of acceptable previous cargoes prior cargoes
 like HMD, Chlor solvents?
49.      
Have you consulted paint manufacturers tables for vent/ FFA/ hot 
cure/ moisture content etc?
50.      
Will cleaning temperatures exceed max permissible for the tank 
coating?
51.      
In case ballast has to be shifted  to avoid cold interface are you 
using centre tanks to avoid list?
52.      
In case you  have cargo stoppages ( barges ) with high MP cargoes , 
will cargo freeze in pipelines?
53.      
If cargo will freeze do you have a blow back plan ready into the tank?
54.      
If cooling is required ( propelene oxide ) have you tested the cooling
 systems?
55.      
Has FOSFA banned/ acceptable lists been considered?
56.      
Do you have a spare tank earmarked if the WWT test fails?
57.      
Has the UKC at berth at low water been considered?
58.      
Has the trim for deballasting been considered if ship has to load to
 deadweight ?
59.      
Has the trim for fast and efficient squeezing been considered when 
deciding the stow?
60.      
Has vapour return calculations been done if needed ?
61.      
Have cargo lines been set and double checked?
62.      
Have all pipeline plugs been replaced and drain cocks shut?
63.      
Have all bolt holes been used at the manifold?
64.      
Have the manifold connections made been leak tested with 
compressed air and soap water?
65.      
Has a preloading meeting been held?
66.      
Has the max load rate for all grades been agreed upon?
67.      
Has the loading master been asked if there are any planned 
shore stops?
68.      
Has the topping up rate been agreed upon?
69.      
Has the ship shore safety checklist been signed?
70.      
Are emergency procedures known to ships crew?
71.      
Have you made arrangements for closed loading as per 
company policy?
72.      
Have high level and overflow alarms been checked?
73.      
Have PV valves been manually lifted a couple of times to see if they
 are not frozen or jammed?
74.      
Have all lines to be used for loading been pressure tested before
 arrival berth?
75.      
Have steam coils to be used been pressure tested for leaks ( not 
with air )?
76.      
Have written heating instructions been received?
77.      
Are the tanks to be loaded dry and pipelines blown?
78.      
Have you checked the antidotes and expiry dates?
79.      
Have you worked out the SF/BM for harbour condition?
80.      
Does your software indeed have harbour condition?
81.      
Have use of flexible hoses been minimized?
82.      
Are in use cargo hose certificates ready for inspection by shore a
authority?
83.      
Have sampling procedures been agreed upon?
84.      
Is there a proposal to take a first foot sample from the tank?
85.      
Are line blowing arrangements agreed upon?
86.      
Is sufficient space available in the tank to receive line blow contents?
87.      
Is suitable PPE ready for crew use?
88.      
Is the port crew watch rotation schedule posted?
89.      
Does the deck  officers attire indicate rank?
90.      
Has the crew been trained to understand the MSDS sheet contents?
91.      
Has the eye wash and shower been tried out ?
92.      
Will splash couplings be used for toxic and corrosive chemicals?
93.      
Are the crew wearing full sleeve boilersuits with
company logo?
94.      
Are walkways to be used by crew and shore personnel well lit and 
non slip?
95.      
Is a visitors log being maintained?
96.      
Is the anemometer working and being used ?
97.      
Do all know that no samples can be brought to the accommodation
 block?
98.      
Is it understood that no shore person can enter the cargo tanks
without a signed permit?
99.      
In the absence of a mimic board is there a valve / drain cock open
 status board in CCR?
100.   
Are there sufficient charged spare batteries?
101.   
Is there a shore leave board for ships crew?
102.   
Are there any persons in the CCR who are not related to assisting
cargo work?
103.   
Is vapor return line being used?
104.   
If yes, are the non applicable spool pieces removed and blanked 
in place?
105.   
Have you pressure tested the steam coils prior arrival port?
106.   
Are all leaky / untested/ unnecessary steam coils blanked?
107.   
Do you have a means of steam tracing in case pipelines get frozen 
with cargo?
108.   
In case you are loading different cargoes using the same line will 
the best grades loaded first?
109.   
If the manifold drip tray gets full due to cargo or rain do you have
 a plan to drain the mixture?
110.   
Have you checked the level guages and UTI tapes?
111.   
Are the flexible cargo hoses suitable for the cargo?
112.   
Have you made dog tags for the manifold hose stating cargo name
 and tanks it has to fill?
113.   
Have you made nitrogen dog tags for the tanks proposed to be purged
 with nitrogen?
114.   
Have you tried out all the PV valves and set them in the correct auto
 position?
115.   
Are the MMC tapes clean for sensitive and edible cargoes?
116.   
Have you obtained inhibitor/ stabilization certificates for polymerizing 
cargo?
117.   
Are there specific written instructions to duty officers ( other than 
standing orders)?
118.   
Has MSDS sheets been posted and old obsolete ones been removed?
119.   
Has written instructions from shippers for heating and cooling been
 received?
120.   
If not have you issued a written protest stating that cargo quality 
might be affected?
121.   
Are both supply and return lines of unused steam heating coils blanked?
122.   
Will you be switching off the high level alarms set at 95% just before 
activation?
123.   
Is a manifold rigging diagram available with deck officers , pumpman ,
crew and loading master?
124.   
Are cargo hoses adequately supported to avoid damage and kinking?
125.   
If purging with high pressure shore nitrogen will you avoid structural
 damage to tanks ?
126.   
After purging tank with nitrogen will you prevent its escape  by 
shutting of PV and tank dome?
127.   
If emergency inhibitor is placed on board is it clearly marked?
128.   
If yes are there proper written instructions available for its use 
and return of balance / disposal ?
129.   
If you are loading more than 98% (latex/ wine etc) have you taken 
operators/owners permission?
130.   
Have you allowed for cargo expansion ( climate change/ 
adj cargo heat/ adj tank wash)?
131.   
Is sufficient tank space available for hose and line clearing?
132.   
Have you provided the duty officer stop ullage for MMC using 
computed anticipated list/ trim?
133.   
Will you be using rope lashings for manual cargo valves whose 
status must not be changed?
134.   
Did you set the pressure gauge on the manifold and confirm 
that the gauge is calibrated ?
135.   
Have you fitted pressure gauges on the sea side between the valve 
and the blank?
136.   
Are unused cargo hoses blinded and housed?
137.   
Are all tools , nuts, bolts, gaskets etc to be used sighted and
 kept ready?
138.   
Did you confirm cleanliness of lines and hoses of
 terminal / barge ?
139.   
Are unused lines and lines to be used for loading segregated ?
(  flange , spool piece , etc.)
140.   
Are valves to be used for loading in good operational condition ?
141.   
Are all drain plugs closed ? (cargo line , vent line , valve)
142.   
Are unused manifold fully bolted and blinded ?
143.   
Has a approved ship / shore safety check list been satisfactorily 
completed ?
144.   
Do proposed procedures meet all port or terminal local 
requirements ?
145.   
Are clean and transparent glass sample bottles ready?
146.   
Have diffusers been fitted inside tank on drops which require
 recirc during voyage?
147.   
Are MFAG medicines and antidotes available?
148.   
Are tankcleaning chemicals for the proposed cargoes ordered?
149.   
Is the steamcoil blanking board in CCR maintained?
150.   
Is a digital camera readily available ?
151.   
Do you have a certificate of leak tightness ready?
152.   
Have the local read out of ullages/ pressure been reconciled with 
MMC/ CCR?.
153.   
Does the thermal tracer of eyewash and shower give comfortable 
temperature?
154.   
Are flame screens fitted wherever the exit velocity of flammable
 gas is less than 30 mtrs/ sec?
155.   
Have you conducted pH value tests for steam coil blown out 
contents?
156.   
Are the fixed gas detectors of p/room, accomodation, galley etc 
working properly?
157.   
Are loading rate and venting rate tables posted in CCR?
158.   
Are yellow gas suits available for special cargoes?
159.   
Are you aware that loading cannot commence till the tank ready 
certificate is recd ?
160.   
Do you know if loading is by gravity, centrifugal pump or positive 
displacement pump?
161.   
Are you aware ,shutting off manifold valve against a positive 
displacement pump can cause hose rupture?
162.   
When taking the manifold sample is the tank valve shut to
 prevent cargo ingress into tank?
163.   
Is there a wilden pump rigged up for immediate use in 
emergency?
164.   
Has the loading plan been approved and signed by master?
165.   
Is the safety warning board displayed at gangway?
166.   
Is Bravo flag raised?
167.   
Has the integrity of manifold drip tray and after most deck 
scupper been checked with water?
168.   
Is a safety mat available at the manifold tray?
169.   
Have you looked into the manifold lines for residues , prior 
boarding of tank surveyor?
170.   
Have you ensured that there is no water inside loading flexibles 
for water sensitive cargoes?
171.   
Have you received heating and nitrogen instructions in writing?




S.N
      LOADING ( DURING ) CHECK LIST
1
Have you communicated with shore personnel regarding the progress of the loading operation?
2
Do all crew have relevant PPE on ?
3
Is communication between CCR , manifold and shore tank adequately maintained ?
4
Are you aware which cargoes create static charges when
 passing through pipelines?
5
Are there any leak from cargo hose or line ?
6
Have you prevented cargo contaminated shoes from being 
worn inside accomodation?
7
Are you aware that if there is any possibility of off hire, the  
 master must be informed?
8
Are you aware of the surrounding condition including sea 
weather and change of tide ?
9
Is the gangway for passage to the shore correctly adjusted 
for safe access ?
10
Is the sanctity of the CCR being violated by undesirable 
material/ persons?
11
Are orders on walkie talkie being repeated and reported 
back when executed?
12
Are steam hoses ready in freezing weather?
13
Are you topping up tanks using only one inlet?
14
Are emergency stop written procedures available in CCR?
15
Is a copy of ERP contact list available in CCR?
16
In case somebody jams the walkie talkie channel, is an exit 
channel been agreed upon and known to all?
17
Are you providing “corrected for current trim/ list”  topping up ullages to duty officer?
18
Do incoming duty crew go on deck and relieved crew knock 
off via CCR?
19
Have you taken the initial load contents into one single tank?
20
Have you taken a manifold sample immediately on start into 
a clear glass sample bottle with manifold valve shut?
21
Is there a signed and dated stowage plan in the fire wallet?
22
Is there a secondary means of communication with shore
 terminal if the primary fails?
23
Is the oxygen resuscitator readily available?
24
Have vapor return calculations been done?
25
At commencement has an officer been stationed at the
 manifold for any leakage, abnormality?
26
Do you know the standard correction to be applied to
 MMC/ CCR fixed remote guage?
27
Are you checking and recording the loading rate every hour ?
28
Is the loading operation going as per written and agreed plan?
29
Do you estimate time of completion of loading every hour ?
30
Before the relieving duty crew takes over , are they briefed 
in the CCR ?
31
Does duty officer patrol regularly for early discovery of any abnormal situation ?
32
Are Draeger tubes used especially in still air  conditions for inhalation hazard / carcinogen cargoes?
33
Are open – shut status of valves correctly maintained on
 the CCR valve board ?
34
Is lashing condition of loading hose with shore / barge
 normal ?
35
Is ballast condition properly adjusted ?
36
Is the shore leave board giving a true picture?
37
Are the port logs and cargo logs upto date?
38
Do you confirm with all parties concerned regarding  ship’s schedule after completion of loading ?
39
Did you instruct the duty officer and Bosun about all the
 necessary work after completion of loading ?
40
Is everything ready for completion including all documents ?
41
Can you bleed into next tank in sequence to create a 
comfortable topping rate?
42
When you top up the last tank will you reduce the loading
 rate to prevent overflow?
43
Are you monitoring for crew fatigue?
44
Are valve wheels of tanks already topped up being lashed?
45
Has eye wash and shower been tested every watch?
46
Are hourly SF/BM calculations done on loadicator?
47
Are relevant safety rechecks checks carried out?
48
Is the valve open status board in CCR up to date?



S.N
         LOADING COMPLETION CHECKLIST
1
Is Chief officer present for supervision during topping up operations?
2
Is the topping up sequence as per the written plan?
3
Are you aware that spherical deck tanks have rapid ullage decrease for small increase of cargo?
4
Have you confirmed completion of loading with shore
 personnel ?
5
Have you taken the density of dock water?
6
If the crew is forced to connect / disconnect the shore 
hose , has a LOP been issued?
8
Did you receive necessary instruction for cargo care ?
 (heating instruction , N2 purge , inhibitor , etc.)
9
If cargo has been commingled, does the B/L have the commingling clause?
10
Do you know charterers  percentage difference limits for reullaging and recalculation?
11
Have you drained water from compressed air line before 
line blowing?
12
If the cargo has high MP have you ascertained lines are 
empty by sound check?
13
If the cargo has to be heated is it prepared ?
14
Have you squared up the deck and secured everything ?
15
If there is foam above cargo have you made a remark 
that the ullage is measured over foam?
16
If agent is authorized to sign B/L will he protest any 
difference between ship/ shore figure?
17
Are you aware of charterers requirements regarding calling P&I surveyor for cargo discrepancy?
18
Are you aware that the B/L must not be signed for a port 
ship is incapable of reaching in safety?
19
Are you aware that no reference must be made in SOF 
regarding segregated ballast?
20
Have you noted the exact time the final cargo documents 
are recd on board in the SOF?
21
Have LOP been issued for all relevant matters?
22
Have you double checked and reconciled cargo received 
on board by draft measurements?
23
Have you reconciled ship/ shore cargo figures?
24
Have you updated the cargo record book?
25
Has shore stop been entered in the SOF and quantity declaration?
26
Has deadfreight form been made if applicable?
27
Have you made a separate SOF for each cargo?
28
If the original bill of lading is placed on board, has the 
remaining B/L been endorsed?
29
Will you purge the pump cofferdams immediately after
 loading?
30
Will you depressurize the manifold pipelines prior 
disconnecting flexible?
31
Have you received the loading samples ?
32
Are the sample bottle properly sealed and tagged ?
33
Does the tag show the ships name, voyage no, date, 
location, cargo name and type of sample?
34
Are all documents completed ?
35
In case of polymerising or heating cargo , did you finish 
draining cargo remaining in the cargo line ?
36
Are blind flanges of manifold fully bolted ?
37
Did you shut all valves of cargo line ?
38
Have you reset breather valves of vent line to normal
 position ?
39
Are the tankdomes, butterworth ports etc shut ?



CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL ( 28 YEARS IN COMMAND )
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14 comments:

  1. These sound delightful.Your contents are progressing with days keep it up guys.Tanker loading

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  2. Respected Captain

    I'm 29yrs old and my parents have started seeking alliance for me. Right now, we got a profile which appears good. But I've a concern -

    I'm 6'2", big built(~95kg) and very very strong and virile.

    The girl is 5'6", 53kg and 27 years old. Though she looks good, she is thin, has a kind of flat body structure and appears little weak.

    I'm worried that I might be just too much for her sexually.

    I've been having a very huge fan following since my school days owing to my looks, but I want to be a single woman man.

    I'm worried that this girl might not sexually excite me and I might lose interest in her.

    I'm confused.

    Please guide me Captain. Also, please let me know what all I should look out for in prospective alliance.

    Regards

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    1. hi ch,

      i do NOT see a problem.

      my younger son is tall and 126 kilos-- definitely stronger than you . .

      i can relate.

      capt ajit vadakayil
      ..

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    2. Respected Captain

      How to go about on horoscope matching. Some of the sites say that there is no Naadi porutham between the two horoscopes.

      Regards

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  3. CH
    October 13, 2014 at 6:35 AM
    Respected Captain,

    What is special about Tamil Nadu?

    How come it is able to continuously produce word geniuses like Ramanujam, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, C.V. Raman, A.R. Rahman, Abdul Kalam, Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Viswanathan Anand, Illayaraja, etc?

    Even till recently the Chief Justice of India, the Finance Minister, the RBI governor are all Tamils?

    Is there any scientific reason behind this? Because no other region has produced such super genius people in such numbers.

    Regards

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    October 13, 2014 at 7:06 AM
    hi ch,

    i am sure if i were a lawyer, i will NEVER EVER become CJI.

    i am sure if i were an economist, i will NEVER EVER become finance minister.

    you want me to continue ?

    when i was on my training ship in mumbai with 250 other cadets ( two years ) -- the biggest TELUs ( oily and slimy ) and SNEAKS ( snitches ) became SCC ( senior cadet captains ) , CC ( cadet captains ) , CL ( cadet leaders ) etc.

    i used to be in the CAPTAINS MONTHLY BREAKFAST PARTY ( cadet with maximum negative marks for OFFICER LIKE QUALITIES ) -- to be chewed up for breakfast every month .

    i got an EXTRA FIRST in every subject --except OFFICER LIKE QUALITIES.

    now what are OFFICER LIKE QUALITIES-

    being a son of a bit#h, being a sneak, being a hypocrite, being a as$ kisser , being a leader who will sell out his team, being a back biter, being an informer , being the best in playing to the gallery.

    so, so--

    at the passing out parade --most of the cadets who got all PRIXES were leaders -- they all got BOOOOOEEEEED !

    I remember i got only one prize--for being the best REPORTER IN ENGLISH -- the claps I got from the entire hall still resound in my ears -- along with another ROC ( royal officer cadet -who did NOT care to become a sold out leader ).

    and mind you -- i was in every single team which made my TOP ( starboard fore top ) the champion TOP.

    i was a champion sailor, rower, signaller, marks in subjects, soccer team in both years --

    but i lacked OLQ ( officer like qualities ) of being a FU#KIN' SLIME BALL.

    so in my passing our certificate , after two years of training -- i had an EXTRA FIRST in all subjects -- except OLQ where i was third grade

    so i guess they held a special meeting and GRACED ME TO FIRST CLASS --a young 18 year old boy -- .TEE HEEE !

    AT SEA, THE SAILORS DO NOT CARE FOR YOUR FOUR STRIPES- THEY ONLY CARE FOR WHO YOU ARE--

    AT SEA PEOPLE WHO KNOW ME , OR HAVE HEARD OF ME -- OR SAILED WITH ME, WILL VOUCH--

    CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL WAS A SLAVE MORE POWERFUL THAN THE MIGHTY FU#KIN' CAESAR -- BY LIGHT YEARS .

    this has now passed on to LORE -- never ti happen again in the annals of sea .

    am i boasting ?

    -- so be it !

    humility is NOT about having a low opinion of yourselves to please the JEALOUS party.

    see, this would have been part of my post-- GAMES CAPTAIN PLAYED--

    you made me reveal it prematurely --with your TAMIL PRIDE ! TAKE IT EASY !

    check out my training ship-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwpFBPMtnj4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0BxC3kFET8

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  4. Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    October 15, 2014 at 7:00 PM
    STOP PRESS:

    I AM WRITING THIS AS I PROMISED ONE OF MY READERS 45 MINUTES AGO-- HE RAN UP TO ME DURING MY MORNING WALK--

    HE WANTED TO KNOW OUT OF MY 300 PLUS SCOOPS IN MY NEARLY 845 ODD POSTS--WHICH IS NO 1 AND WHICH IS NUMBER 300.

    ############

    well let me make it clear , these 300 scoops are CONSTRUCTIVE SCOOPS .

    all these 300 scoops are in the plane of INVENTION and NOT innovation.

    none of these 300 scoops are DESTRUCTIVE -- so my posts proving that edison, newton, darwin, einstein etc are IDIOTS does not find a place in these scoops.

    so waht could be the no 1 scoop?

    it is about providing a HINT on how to make a astronaut hibernate while travelling to mars -to cut down on food and water .

    it is about keeping alive a seriously wounded soldier till he can find proper medical care.

    punch into Google search-
    HIBERNATION WITH HYDROGEN SULPHIDE GAS VADAKAYIL

    and

    FUMAROLES FOR FREE ENERGY AND HYDROGEN SULPHIDE SUICIDES IN JAPAN VADAKAYIL


    one of my russian chief engineers who lived near siberia , a place infested with HUGE bears had once woken up a bear while on hibernation in a cave ( as a child ) and he told be how furious the animal was. Before they go into months of hibernation they would kill a large animal ( bury the dead animal it in the ground ) and would NOT eat it unless it became putrid , reeking of rotten eggs..

    WELL WHAT WOULD BE NO 300 RANK.

    it is about PIN WORMS on as$hole.

    Check out the comment dated 18th Dec 2013 , about surcharging the anus with oxygen 5 times a day to prevent pinworms disrupting your REM sleep. This is a 6000 year old Ayurvedic cure for pinworm which happens when you eat non-veg heavy meats and do NOT wash your as$hole after a crap.
    Punch into Google search-
    VEDIC PRACTISES IN MECCA VADAKAYIL

    If I were a white JEW, I would have been an international celebrity. but then who cares?

    I have reached a stage where ONLY I can evaluate myself--

    one of my DUTCH bosses tried to patronise me nearly 2 decades ago -- he said he has given me a good confidential service report-

    so i told him something in Hindi -- with its translation.

    VADAKAYIL KHUD QUESTION PAPER SET KARTA HAI !

    VADAKAYIL KUD EXAM LIKTHA HAI !!

    VADAKAYIL KHUD NUMBER DETA HAI !!!

    capt ajit vadakayil sets his own exam question paper, he writes the exam , and then he gives himself the marks .

    THIS IS THE MEANING OF LIBERATION.

    believe me -- that man hugged me ( NO patronising here ) and said -- he expected such an frank retort from me .

    he said- every other captain would have said thank you .

    he was told to enter into this dialogue by the single man owner of that shipping company . this was about my " CUT THE CRAP " EMAILS -- where i would point out that the EMPEROR IS NAKED .

    99% of the people will NOT even understand the wisdom and gravity of the statement above.

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  5. Pls upload in the same format for tankers, which will be beneficial to the mariner

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  6. hi bz,

    the hindu must stop being SELF LOATHING. after that everything will fall into place.

    3 decades as ship captan- i made sure all were in AWE of India ( not capt ajit vadakayil ).

    i used to attend GORA job interviews just for the heck of it -- just for kicks

    i dared them to fail me, because the interview would be a panel - not a single man .

    I had ZERO inclination of joining them. for i was the blue eyed boy of my company SCI, i worked in .

    Just one WEE example?

    in 1983 i appeared for a MOBIL interview for ship captain .

    why did i choose mobil -- because they had sacked ALL the Indian captains they had chosen till then , for incompetence .

    and i knew they would call me first -- for i had maximum of VLCC experience with COW / IG etc which nobody else had . VLCC is a ship which carries around 300,000 tonnes of crude.

    NOW I WILL REVEAL AN INCIDENT WHICH WOULD HAVE GONE INTO MY BOOK "GAMES CAPTAIN PLAYED ".

    2 days before the interview with a certain englishman capt sindon ( a hard nut ) at mumbai yacht club, i was sleeping in seaman's club when my batchmate woke me up and told me " ajit , capt aga senior wants to talk to you. he is waiting for you ".

    capt aga senior ( a parsee ) was considered by all the grand old man of indian shipping.

    so i walked down to his chambers just 50 metres away .

    Aga told me " son, all the Indian captains whom i have chosen have let me down -- all of them have been sacked , or will be sacked soon for incompetence, could you reverse this trend , or i stand to lose this agency . they will soon stop recruiting Indians "

    i re-assured him " Sir, Capt Sindon will see me in his worst nightmares !"

    i wore a suit for the interview .

    i was the first to be called in, as i predicted .

    there were 5 men in the panel ,which included capt aga with the GORA Capt Sindon , calling the shots.

    no good mornings from me -- so the red colour sprung on sindon's ears .

    a brown indian must grovel, right ?

    he was rude -

    he asked me some trick questions whose answers i gave even before he could finish the questions - now his nose too became red .

    some of his questions - i answered with counter questions ( it requires brains to do that ) and now his whole face was red ..

    then he reminded me brusquely -- that he is supposed to ask the questions in that room.

    he stuck to pure tanker work -- in this area i was the principal of the school where Englishman capt sindon would not even get admission in LKG.

    he asked me about a vent riser fire –

    i told him a revolutionary concept of cutting off the flame with a flame quencher wire mesh ( available in a store ) -- i used to play in the school lab on the bunsen burner .

    he said -- you cant do it.

    i said-- i can, your opinion is your opinion .

    infuriated , capt sindon looked on either side and saw the interview panelists ( all wise experienced Indians all over 65 age ) were smirking with capt aga's gargantuan belly jumping like jelly.

    he now turned technical.

    he literally threw the tank profile of a product tanker -- this was supposed to be the failing question -- see i am gonna screw you-- you brown bastard .

    i saw from the corner of my eye that it was the tank profile of a russian product tanker on whose sister ship i had made 37 voyages as a chief officer -- carrying 4 grades of petrol, kerosene, naphtha ,and high speed diesel for IOC.

    if there was an expert on the planet on that sheet of paper it was ME alone .

    i asked him-- name the grades -- he did.

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    1. hi bz,

      the hindu must stop being SELF LOATHING. after that everything will fall into place.

      3 decades as ship captan- i made sure all were in AWE of India ( not capt ajit vadakayil ).

      i used to attend GORA job interviews just for the heck of it -- just for kicks

      i dared them to fail me, because the interview would be a panel - not a single man .

      I had ZERO inclination of joining them. for i was the blue eyed boy of my company SCI, i worked in .

      Just one WEE example?

      in 1983 i appeared for a MOBIL interview for ship captain .

      why did i choose mobil -- because they had sacked ALL the Indian captains they had chosen till then , for incompetence .

      and i knew they would call me first -- for i had maximum of VLCC experience with COW / IG etc which nobody else had . VLCC is a ship which carries around 300,000 tonnes of crude.

      NOW I WILL REVEAL AN INCIDENT WHICH WOULD HAVE GONE INTO MY BOOK "GAMES CAPTAIN PLAYED ".

      2 days before the interview with a certain englishman capt sindon ( a hard nut ) at mumbai yacht club, i was sleeping in seaman's club when my batchmate woke me up and told me " ajit , capt aga senior wants to talk to you. he is waiting for you ".

      capt aga senior ( a parsee ) was considered by all the grand old man of indian shipping.

      so i walked down to his chambers just 50 metres away .

      Aga told me " son, all the Indian captains whom i have chosen have let me down -- all of them have been sacked , or will be sacked soon for incompetence, could you reverse this trend , or i stand to lose this agency . they will soon stop recruiting Indians "

      i re-assured him " Sir, Capt Sindon will see me in his worst nightmares !"

      i wore a suit for the interview .

      i was the first to be called in, as i predicted .

      there were 5 men in the panel ,which included capt aga with the GORA Capt Sindon , calling the shots.

      no good mornings from me -- so the red colour sprung on sindon's ears .

      a brown indian must grovel, right ?

      he was rude -

      he asked me some trick questions whose answers i gave even before he could finish the questions - now his nose too became red .

      some of his questions - i answered with counter questions ( it requires brains to do that ) and now his whole face was red ..

      then he reminded me brusquely -- that he is supposed to ask the questions in that room.

      he stuck to pure tanker work -- in this area i was the principal of the school where Englishman capt sindon would not even get admission in LKG.

      he asked me about a vent riser fire –

      i told him a revolutionary concept of cutting off the flame with a flame quencher wire mesh ( available in a store ) -- i used to play in the school lab on the bunsen burner .

      he said -- you cant do it.

      i said-- i can, your opinion is your opinion .

      infuriated , capt sindon looked on either side and saw the interview panelists ( all wise experienced Indians all over 65 age ) were smirking with capt aga's gargantuan belly jumping like jelly.

      he now turned technical.

      he literally threw the tank profile of a product tanker -- this was supposed to be the failing question -- see i am gonna screw you-- you brown bastard .

      i saw from the corner of my eye that it was the tank profile of a russian product tanker on whose sister ship i had made 37 voyages as a chief officer -- carrying 4 grades of petrol, kerosene, naphtha ,and high speed diesel for IOC.

      if there was an expert on the planet on that sheet of paper it was ME alone .

      i asked him-- name the grades -- he did.

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  7. sir
    what is meant by closed circuit loading operation in a chemical carrier.

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    1. http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/vapor-return-system-chemical-tankers.html

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  8. SUBRAMANIAN KOSHER SWAMY SAYS OFTEN " JEWS ARE THE MOST INTELLIGENT RACE ON EARTH "

    HULLO KOSHER SWAMY-- WE KNOW WHY YOU SAY THIS -- EVERY WEE REASON

    TILL ROTHSCHILD GRABBED TIPU SULTANs GOD IN 1799 AD-- JEWS ON THIS PLANET HAS NO BRAINS

    SUDDENLY THEY DEVELOPED SPONTANEOUS BRAINS

    ROTHSCHILD ALSO GRABBED-
    EVERY MEDIA
    EVERY PEER REVIEWED HOUSE
    EVERY CRITIC HOUSE
    EVERY PATENT HOUSE
    EVERY PREMIUM UNIVERSITY THESIS / STUDENT PROJECT BANKS

    I HAVE COMPETED WITH THE WHOLE WORLD FOR 30 YEARS AS CAPTAIN

    SCI has employed a white captain in USA to do the stowage of containers--those initial years

    as soon as this white ex-ship captain came on board , he would show me his coloured stowage plan -- with agent/ shore officials watching-

    i would look at it exactly for 10 second and thow it back-- THIS WONT WORK

    he was fair and his face would first turn white and then turn blood red

    one day my white agent asked me--captain this is the third time you have done this--what can your figure out in TEN seconds

    i replied EVERYTHING

    and then i would call my chief officer and tell him to change the stowage --telling his exactly where the shore plan is wrong-

    less shifting of containers at subsequent ports
    cannot shut the pontoon
    cannot put the beam back
    incompatibility of dangerous goods
    ease of working on refrigerated containers
    dont have the ballast to correct trim ( down by head ) / list
    ship will become unstable ( top heavy )
    probably this container with hypochlorite may have to be jettisoned hence top side stow

    BLAH BLAH FUCKIN' BLAH

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2013/02/stowage-of-multiple-parcels-on-chemical.html

    A PERSON WHO DOES NOT UNDERSTAND BRIDGE ( CARD GAME ) WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND WHY A CARD WAS DISCARDED

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  9. DURING MY 30 YEARS OF COMMAND --

    ON EVERY SINGLE SHIP , IN SAFETY MEETINGS ( i hold it on the navigating bridge in the open ocean ) I TAKE THE SOUND MEGAPHONE --BASICALLY A CONE WITH A HOLE AND ASK -

    WHAT IS THE USE OF THIS?

    EVERY SINGLE SAILOR SAID - TO SHOUT OUR ALOUD , TO AMPLIFY THE VOICE AND DIRECT IT

    THIS IS BULLSHIT

    THE HOLE HAS TO BE APPLIED TO THE EAR TO CHANNEL IN ANY SOUND DURING FOG --SO THAT YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS COMING FROM

    WHEN TITANIC SANK IN FOG --THE STUPID BRITISH OFFICERS IN RESCUE BOATS WERE SCREAMING THEIR LUNGS OFF INTO THE MEGAPHONE "ANYBODY AROUND ?"

    AND POOR DROWNING PEOPLE STIFF WITH COLD WERE SHOUTING BACK-- "I AM HERE "

    THIS IS WHY I SAY " SOME PEOPLE CONFUSE THE MOUTH WITH ASSHOLE"

    THOUSANDS OF SAILORS DROWNED WHEN THE SHIPS SANK-- THE LIFE RAFTS DID NOT RELEASE

    IT TOOK A CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL TO SET IT RIGHT -- IT TOOK A LOT OF FIGHTING AND KICKING COLLECTIVE BALLS

    IT TOOK ME 26 YEARS !

    SENDING EMAILS AND LETTERS TO VARIOUS AUTHORITIES , US COAST GUARD, CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES, VETTING INSPECTORS, PORT STATE CONTROL , COMPANY BOSSES ETC

    EVEN MY OWN SAILORS COULD NOT UNDERSTAND --THEY COULD ONLY WHEN I EXPLAINED WITH FUCK / SHIT / FART ETC

    THIS IS HOW STUPID SAILORS ARE

    I PREVENTED MY ELDER SON FROM JOINING THE SEA

    HE WANTED TO BE CAPTAIN, LIKE HIS FATHER

    I SAID "NOTHING DOING ! YOU WILL BE BETWEEN DRIPPING CUNTS "

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/01/naive-sailor-sinking-ships-capt-ajit.html

    NOW YOU WILL GET THE DRIFT , WHY CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL WAS A LIVING LEGEND AT SEA

    WHAT ABOUT LIFE BOATS ?

    IT TOOK ME 28 YEARS OF KICKING COLLECTIVE BALLS AND TWATS

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/01/single-hook-for-enclosed-lifeboats-capt.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/07/enclosed-lifeboat-accidents-and-imo.html

    WE HAD IMO TO SAVE THE LIVES OF SAILORS --THEY WERE THE BIGGEST CUNTS

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Maritime_Organization

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  10. SOME ONE ASKED ME

    HE SAYS-- FOR PAST 5 YEARS YOU HAVE SAID THAT YOU HAVE MADE MORE THAN 10,000 REVELATIONS AT INVENTION / DISCOVERY LEVEL

    PLEASE GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF SOMETHING WHICH IS NOT IN THE 10,000 BASKET

    WOOKAY !

    I HAD TO FIGHT TOOTH AND NAIL TO STOP MARITIME FRAUD WHICH WAS GOING ON FOR DECADES--INVOLVING MIND BOGGLING AMOUNT OF MONEY

    THE SHIPPERS WOULD DECLARE WEIGHT IN TONNES AND ASK ME TO SIGN

    I WOULD TELL THEM--THIS IS WEIGHT IN VACUUM

    I WILL SIGN ONLY WEIGHT IN AIR ON THE BILL OF LADING--OR YOU MUST SPECIFICALLY MENTION THAT THE WEIGHT IS IN VACUUM

    THEY WOULD RANT AND RAVE -- THREATEN TO BAN ME FROM THE TERMINAL/ THREATEN TO BIT MY HEAD OFF
    I WOULD REPLY-- I AM NOT AN UNEDUCATED CUNT LIKE YOU .-- I DO NOT ARGUE WITH MONKEYS -- I LEARNT THIS IS 6TH STANDARD AT SCHOOL

    I WON THIS BATTLE AFTER SEVERAL YEARS --TODAY ALL OIL / CHEMICAL TERMINALS ENTER "WEIGHT IN AIR " ON THE BILL OF LADING

    IN THIS POST , YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING IN RED FONT --RIGHT ON TOP OF MY PHOTO .

    ON A VLCC CARRYING 3 LAKH TONNES OF OIL IT MEANS A LOT

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/cargo-claims-and-losses-on-chemical.html

    Density at 15 deg C in air = Density at 15 deg C in vacuum - 0.0011
    WRF= weight reduction factor which is .0011 and should be reduced from the given density in vacuum to allow for the upthrust of the atmosphere
    Density is by definition measured in vacuum at 15C
    Density x volume (M³) gives WEIGHT in metric tonnes in vacuum.
    Density in vacuum subtracted by 0.0011 is known as density in air”.
    Note: One kg of mass on earth surface will have same mass on moon

    capt ajit vadakayil
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