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  • HolyNougat
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    It's not good when you go ashore to start with, I think it takes years to get back up seafarers level, but you can go on to earn very good money in the city, especially with P&I etc.
    Plus you have to pay tax, NI and all that food and travel! - argh.

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  • chris
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    That low! No wonder they are always claiming there is a shortage of senior marine talent in the UK. A shortage of those that will work for 45K maybe.

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  • GuinnessMan
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    Originally posted by Clanky View Post
    Somehow, I doubt it. More like a place holder. The shoreside salaries that I have seen lately for superintendents and either less than or equal to chief’s salary.
    Same. Most Superintendent salaries tend to hover around 45-65K GBP for technical and 40-50K for marine....

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  • Clanky
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    Originally posted by endure View Post
    They left the 5 zeros off.
    Somehow, I doubt it. More like a place holder. The shoreside salaries that I have seen lately for superintendents and either less than or equal to chief’s salary.

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  • endure
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    They left the 5 zeros off.

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  • Lewis
    started a topic Shore side pay cut

    Shore side pay cut

    I know coming ashore can mean a pay cut but this is just silly

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