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  • 2013 salary's?

    Is this accurate?


    Whilst conditions vary, the following salaries are pretty much the high end of the salaries in the major players. Based on 2012 information.

    • Captains £55,000 – £75,000
    • Chief Engineer £52,000 – £71,000
    • Chief Officer £42,000 – £48,000
    • 1st Engineer £36,000 – £49,000
    • 2nd Engineer £34,000 – £47,000
    • 1st Officer £32,000 - £43,000
    • 2nd Officer / 3rd Engineer – £30,000 – £41,000
    • 3rd Officer / 4th Engineer – £22,000 – £28,000
    • 4th Officer – £20,000 – £25,000
    • Electricians – £20,000 – £49,000
    • IT Officer – £31,000 – £38,000
    • Comms Officer – £24,000 – £29,000
    • Security Officer – £19,000 – £23,000
    • Environmental Officer – £34,000 – £43,000

  • #2
    That's from my website and it was accurate last year, probably up by 3% ish this year for good companies. Bear in mind the rotation (4:2, 3:3, 2:2) of course affects them slightly.

    But this is only for cruise ships.

    Earning potential on certain ship types offshore, LNG, superyachts etc are generally a lot higher.

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    • #3
      not sure how you work out up 3% this year...average rise seems to be nearer 1.5 - 2% but otherwise it's about ball park for Cargo too, and the add-ons vary, I've seen some v high wages offered recently but shocking leave ratios, and some not so good with massive amounts of time off, Peter pays for Paul
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      • #4
        The wages for the different sectors vary incredibly , as do the leave ratio's , so this isn't really an accurate indication of anything bar Cruise Lines.

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        • #5
          Under-reading for Oil industry though, this year as 3/E I sit in the Chief Engineer bracket (though that is due to an extended contract), but my normal salary would be near the top end of 1/E on the table.

          Ohh, and leave ratio is 3:2.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by thebrookster View Post
            Ohh, and leave ratio is 3:2.
            I wish.....

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            • #7
              Originally posted by size4riggerboots View Post
              I wish.....

              Just to clarify, that ratio is in months (I would love it to be in weeks, but I think I might be waiting a long time for that!!)

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