Officercadet Seagoing Salary Survey 2015 - Page 2

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  1. #11
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    Ship Types: Oil/Product/Chemical/LPG
    Rank: 3/O
    Leave Ratio: 90 days on, 66 days off
    Salary: 29,400
    Pension: 3% after 6 months

    Ship Types: Oil/Product/Chemical/LPG
    Rank: 2/O
    Leave Ratio: 90 days on, 66 days off
    Salary: 38,532
    Pension: 3% after 6 months

  2. #12
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    Ship Type: Cruise
    Rank: 2nd Officer
    Leave Ratio: 12 weeks on : 8 weeks off
    Salary: $64,500 (41k at current exchange rate)
    Pension: Optional but offered - Company matches your contributions up to 10% of salary after 12 months.
    Benefits: Friend / Family members travel free in your cabin, or substantial discounts on passenger cabins, Private worldwide medical care for employee (and partner if applicable), training allowance towards professional licences / further education, discounts with various companies.

  3. #13

    Electro-Technical Officer
    Join Date
    June 2010
    Posts
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    Ship Type: Product, Oil and Gas tankers
    Rank: 2/ETO
    Leave Ratio: 90 days on 69 off (12 weeks: 9 weeks)
    Salary:39k
    Pension:0% employer contribution
    Benefits:life assurance
    Any other details:good for sed claim but you must pay ni

  4. #14
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    Ship Type: Cruise
    Rank: Captain
    Leave Ratio: 3:3
    Salary:55,000 GBP Basic
    Pension:5% company contribution
    Benefits: Bonus up to 30%, unlimited family travel, premium or business flights.
    Any other details:

  5. #15
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    Ship Type: LNG, Tankers
    Rank: Captain
    Leave Ratio: Between 2 & 4 months back to back
    Salary: 67,678
    Pension: MNOPP optional
    Benefits: Business Class flights (mostly), Spouse/Partner allowed on board (1 single fare paid by company per year), Bonuses paid based on performance and compared to others of same rank.
    Any other details:

  6. #16
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    Ship Type: Oil/Product/Chemical Tankers, LNG
    Rank: Captain
    Leave Ratio: Between 2&4 months back to back
    Salary: 67,678
    Pension: MNOPP optional
    Benefits: Business Class Flights longhaul, Performance related bonuses, Spouse/Partner on board (+ 1 single flight paid per year)

  7. #17
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    Ship Type: Chemical Tankers
    Rank: Captain
    Leave Ratio: B2B
    Salary: 67,976 - 76,649
    Pension: 6% employer / 4% employee
    Benefits: Performance related bonuses, Spouse travel paid

  8. #18
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    Ship Type: Container
    Rank: 4th Engineer
    Leave Ratio: 0.69
    Salary: 26,611 (HNC), 29,569 (HND/FD etc.)
    Pension: 6% employer / 4% employee
    Benefits: Spouse travel paid (1 trip per year)

  9. #19
    Not telling ya!
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    Asd harbour tug mate

    Ship type: Harbour ASD Tug

    Nationality: True Brit.

    Rank: Mate (Hold a UK 500 Ton Near coastal Masters Ticket)

    Leave: Week on, Week off, with 4 weeks annual leave on top!

    Salary: 52,000 before overtime, earnt 73,000 last Tax year,

    Pension: 15% company contributes towards pension.

    On me week on work 24 hours on and 24 hours off.

    Dead mans shoes job! New entrants on inferior contract, even if you have class 1 Deck or Engine CoC your at the back of the queue , a 30 mile inshore ticket that most of these guys have as they started as a cook is superior in the Towage world! Amazing, that's how it is, who needs to go silly with celestial nav, Stability, Cargo ops, when you don't even leave the Harbour!
    Last edited by Unregistered; 20th July 2015 at 06:39 PM. Reason: Spelling error and added info.

  10. #20
    OC's Resident CV Guru
    Retired Deck Officer
    Join Date
    May 2012
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    For those of you interested in the Luxury yacht sector there is a good survey on Dockwalk's website for both Captain's and other officers that is a good collation of results of many people.


    Captains
    http://www.dockwalk.com/Essentials/H...aspx?id=185986

    Other Crew
    http://www.dockwalk.com/Essentials/H...aspx?id=185991

    Ian
    "Any damn fool can navigate the world sober. It takes a really good sailor to do it drunk." - Sir Francis Chichester.

    "Waves are not measured in feet or inches, they are measured in increments of fear." - Buzzy Trent

    "Careers at Sea" Ambassador - Experience of General Cargo, Combo ships, Tanker, Product Carrier, Gas Carrier, Ro-Ro, Reefer Container, Anchor Handlers.

  11. The following user says Thank You to Hatchorder for this useful post:

    YoungMariner (3rd September 2015)

 

 

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