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  • How to get into Heavy lift vessels (engine side)

    I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and I have done my Graduate Marine Engineering course.

    I am competent to join any merchant ship having completed all the necessary certifications. I want to know how can I join companies like Dockwise and others which deal in heavy lift operations.

    Do I need to undergo some courses for that apart from GME.

    Please guide me as I don't have the necessary sources to tell me about joining 'heavy lift vessels'.

    Please also suggest any web links with that information.

    Thanks

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    Dear Karan,

    No. Initially you dont need any additional qualification on joining such vessels or company as you will be in trainee position. But as much I know, it is very difficult to find job as trainee in such ships as they are specialized. Try to work on normal vessel, offshore vessel...then shift . Best of luck

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    • karankatiyar
      karankatiyar commented
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      really appreciate that
      Thankyou Sir

    • karankatiyar
      karankatiyar commented
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      I am actually sponsored from a company and hopefully I will board a ship in 3-4 months from now.
      so after coming from training period and clearing my 4th exams can I try for these offshore options.
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