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    Hello, recieved my contract today, exciting stuff!

    Does anyone know. Theres a section which is information for US visa application. On there is has a specific vessle name/number.. Is this the actual ship i'll be on first or do they just print out the same generic information for everyone?

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    Originally posted by Sarah View Post
    Hello, recieved my contract today, exciting stuff!

    Does anyone know. Theres a section which is information for US visa application. On there is has a specific vessle name/number.. Is this the actual ship i'll be on first or do they just print out the same generic information for everyone?
    It's normally a random ship companies use.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sarah View Post
      Hello, recieved my contract today, exciting stuff!

      Does anyone know. Theres a section which is information for US visa application. On there is has a specific vessle name/number.. Is this the actual ship i'll be on first or do they just print out the same generic information for everyone?
      When you do your Visa Application Maersk will send you a letter to take with you that will give the name of a ship on it and when you are supposed to be joining it. It is a generic letter that everyone gets and does not actually mean the real ship you are joining.

      If you ever have any questions then a quick call to Maersk and the person who is your liason officer can sort it out very quickly.

      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

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        The letter is just a generic one. You won't be given your ship until the end of phase 1

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