On 29th January 2010, the participants of SIMS's Crowd and Crisis Management (a maritime training courses) held their practicum at Sulpicio Lines vessel the "Princess of the South".
The vessel was docked at Pier 6 in North Harbor Manila when the students from Crowd and Crisis and other maritime training courses held their practicum there in the early morning of 29th January 2010. The training courses is required for seafarers boarding international or domestic cruise or passenger ships.
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Photos in the vicinity of Per 6 - North Harbor, Port of Manila.
The instructor is Chief Mate Galang, and I sailed with him in the year 1985 in a Greek-owned ship but manned by all-Filipino crew.
Related Web links :
MV Princess of the South
MV Doña Paz
United Filipino Seafarers
Youtube Video :
Please see also on the below web sites links, the photos from the sea of Japanese ports and Philippine ports during my sea voyages.
View of Batanes Islands from the Sea
Photos of Subic Bay and Approaches
South Coast of Bataan, Corregidor and the North and South Channel of Manila Bay.
Photos of Anilao Beach in Mabini Batangas
Harbor View of Cebu City
Sky Adventure in Cebu City's Crown Regency Tower and Hotel
View of the Del Monte wharf at Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City.
Gardens of Malasag Eco-Tourism Village, Cagayan de Oro City
White Water Rafting in Cagayan de Oro
Images of Sunrise and Sunset at sea.
Images of my voyages to Japan.
My sea voyage with my wife onboard MV Handy River - Year 2001