Welcome Aboard Mariners Alike - Malaysia Rule The Waves

its hard to describe how a man could left everything he had on land and went out to sea...
its even harder to describe how bright the stars at night and how fresh the cool morning air when you are in the middle of the ocean...
the hardest thing is to describe how close you are to death and how god could took your life at any time...
come to sea and see for yourself...


come to sea and see for yourself

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Beautiful Days

 the following  pic were taken while i was onboard MT Bunga Melati Satu.she was a fine but tough lady to deal with and i learn a lot from her.



i can hide under those pipelines..haha

summer morning at maas approach, rotterdam

sea state 2..the sea were almost like a mirror but not quite yet

sunset during canal approach at port suez

its in butterworth

 one fine lady and she doesnt wanna quit yet

these pic were taken when i was onboard MV Bunga Mas 11. she was quiet and she wasnt alone.her sisters from Teratai and Kenari class were close by.

the deck was empty..but the sunset was a priceless

Teratai 3 was getting a divine blessings

evening in the straits of malacca

partially obscured


-come to sea and see for yourself-

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