The South African Dedicated Training Ship

 

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South African Maritime Safety Authority’s, Dedicated Training Vessel, the SA Agulhas carrying the Coldest Journey expedition (Ice Team), manned by African marine trainee cadets, has arrived in the Antarctica and is currently docked alongside the ice. The offloading has started, requiring teams to go ashore in a steel 'man-basket', with Caterpillar spares, fuel drums and bladders (flubbers), being offloaded. Remarkable journey. The SAMSA maritime cadets who are receiving their maritime training in Deck and Engineering fields including Navigation have been praised for their assistance. 

Please visit www.seeingisbelieving.com and http://samsasaagulhas.wordpress.com/ for more information

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Launch of the first ever SA dedicated Training Vessel

04 July 2012

The vessel formally known as the SA Agulhas has been re-launced as a training vessel to allow Cadets to undergo their practical training at sea.

On the 4th of July 2012 South Africa’s first dedicated training vessel left Cape Town Harbour with more than 100 Cadets and crew. The Agulhas 1 left on its maiden voyage as a training vessel. The launch of Africa’s first ever training vessel was broadcast live on Morning Live...

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Who to contact for more information:

Contact the SAMSA Training Manager-Mr J Phiri on the following email address :

cadet-recruitment@samsa.org.za

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