Friday, September 28, 2012

Tunnel Of Life Sarajevo. It's a lifetime journey and a wonderful experience to have the chance to visit this place. The 20 metres (66 ft) of tunnel that are left today, now form part of a museum in Sarajevo.
It was really a great place to visit if you're in Sarajevo. Try to see the impact effect of fire on the entrance wall. Is enough to show us that during the war the incident occurred, the effect is very bad.
 Myself right in front of the Tunnel entrance. :)
 Well this is a candid photo actually. This shot is taken in Budapest.
 This picture that u are looking at is at Vienna, Austria. Just love the dramatic cloud. :)
 Well im not really a fan of Mozart, but having the chance to go this Mozarthaus, why not? :P
 Buda Castle a view taken from Danube. This picture was taken while im waiting for the sunsets.

Thats all for today guys, i will come back with more posts of the recent places I've been to in Europe.

Thanks for your visit and time to read my blabbb :P
See Ya!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Good day All..I would like to thank to all blogwalkers for dropping by reading my un-finished blog posts.
Well im not really a blogger whom updates my blog every single day..but lol i do come and visit my old blog almost every day. Today i would like to post some of the recent pics of the places that i have been to lately. Enjoy reading and thanks for your visit.

 Yes, it Bu-dapest :P
I love this place, really! :)
 The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia

There are some more few places and pictures i would like to share, but i guess thats all for now and will be posting the rest in my other posts. Enjoy!

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Very Large Crude Carrier ( VLCC) a closer view...

Hi all..have any of u guys have the experience being closer to this very large "Mega structure" in the middle of the sea?
Well..if u haven't, today i'm gonna share with you a closer look of this very big mother vessel here in my place Malacca,Malaysia. She's an Oil Tanker.. the biggest so far i've seen. 

Just look at those anchor chain..

I'm just right in front of her "bow" on the "portside" which is "left"

This is an AET Oil Tanker approaching
the mother vessel for "berthing"
Just have a look at that..see the difference?
  They say...."size does MATTER"

Finally they "berthed" using 2 tugs operation.

Finally this is using 2 tugs operation for a daughter vessel with the size of "SUEZMAX" berthed to a mother vessel sized "VLCC" Very Large Crude Carrier. I'm quite amazed of how it's done. So do you? Till next time guys..see ya..

Friday, February 10, 2012

Another Ship to Ship from a closer view...operation "Un-Berthing"

Hi guys..from my recent posting i've shared some pics of Ship to Ship (STS) with daughter "berth" to mother vessel. Well this time i'm gonna share some more pics while i'm on the bridge together with the pilot "un-berthing" the daughter vessel from the mother vessel with using 1 tug operation.

 1 tug line secured and already prepared to pull the daughter vessel away from her mother.

This is when the tug start pulling the daughter vessel away..

Daughter vessel safely cleared from the mother vessel.

Operation "un-berthing" cleared and the tug are heaving up her line away from daughter vessel.

And the daughter vessel sailing away on to her next port..Bye "MT SAAG SIRIUS".

There you time goes by i will try to share as much more as i can with u guys with this very interesting "berthing" and "un-berthing" big daughter's and mother vessel in my marine life experience. As for now i'm away with the pilot to be back to shore. See ya next time guys!!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Ship to Ship from a closer view..operation "Berthing"

 Using 1 Tug operation
Approaching closer to the mother vessel

So basically, this is how they "berth" the daughter and mother vessel. Pilot is now in-charge of the daughter vessel for berthing, but still, Master is in command for his ship.