Mega Yacht

Super YACHT University Part 1 (Captain&#39s Vlog seventy six)





John Wyborn the Running Director of Bluewater France offers us a tour of the crew coaching services in France and the crew programs they have on provide. This is a three portion sequence.

Captain Tristan Mortlock is an award winning Super Yacht Captain with about fifteen decades practical experience. He begun his yachting vocation in his teens and now runs 1 of the most productive constitution yachts in the environment. Tristan is presently serving on Motor Yacht AWOL, a San Lorenzo SD122, built in 2009. AWOL is a multi award winning yacht and her crew acquire a whole lot of satisfaction in their perform.

Captain’s Vlog is about educating intrigued events on what occurs onboard a Mega Yacht, Super Yacht and the yachting marketplace. To share the lifetime of yacht crew and lifetime at sea. The Massive shipyard refits, paint careers and marine engineering functions. To journey some of the worlds most wonderful destinations.

The 1st owner of the Super Yacht AWOL was non other than Mr Piero Ferrari himself. The wheel residence nevertheless incorporates the initial Captain’s chair with the Ferrari emblem.

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28 comments

  1. Good info but wow, that was really hard to watch.

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  2. the flickering made me stop watching.

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  3. This series had me very interested in first 4 minutes. Once watched 2 Jet ski tour guides trying to fix a Jet ski for a solid 45 minutes, whilst on a tour. Later that day after the ski was towed back, there was not enough oil in engine as filler cap was missing, caused the engine to seize, bilge full of engine oil. Strongly agree basic maintenance knowledge would have diagnosed that problem in short order.

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  4. I've been looking forward to this episode for a long time. As an instructor, motorcycle riding, I find your video of Bluewater very interesting. Nice to meet the coaches and see the chaps at the helm on watch!

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  5. Excellent video, very informative. A bit more complicated than Park, Reverse, Neutral & Drive 😁

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  6. Great video. Great channel. To eliminate flickering you should change video parameters from NTSC to PAL (60khz to 50khz) – this should help bettering the video quality while filming 🙂

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  7. How long day to school

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  8. Stop saying Hey Guys please.

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  9. Great informative vid, I echo the views below but the length and cost of each course. I guess we can google Bluewater and find out for ourselves. However, from a Captains point of view, what are the best courses for someone to start with, if they just wish to be a deck hand/watchkeeper? I guess I can work that out but I'd like your personal view on it. Cheers from Oz! I love the name AWOL, I'm sure it means the same in all Defence Forces across the globe lol.

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  10. Big hello to John Wybourne. I did my MCA 4 with john, Phil and Peter at Bluewater way back in 1998 in Antibes. The MCA tickets were pretty new then. We had to go to Graves End in UK to do radar and Marseille for FIre fighting. You’ve come a long way 🙂 Fantastic to see all you do now… wish we had that when i did my course. Tristan – Great informative videos I watch and reminisce on all of them.

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  11. Hello Captain. Another interesting video. Thank you for showing this. Other than the flickering at first this was a A1 video. Thank you.

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  12. Great interesting Video again. Nice to see how it all starts.

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  13. Are you still using the radar plotting sheet?

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  14. shaking hand tris ;D

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  15. What are the course cost or cost to get you captain certificate?

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  16. The fact that he talks about himself in the third person in the video description is a little creepy…..

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  17. Thank YOU. If I was 40 years younger, I would seriously consider AEC 1 + 2. Cheers — PS – no flicker of picture here.
    EDIT – Cost verses Investment. What if you could invest 60 hrs a week and $5G per semester. In 4 Sem – 2 yrs, you start work. Your Salary is $A. In 5 yrs – thru work and effort – you achieve $4A.

    But you see the $ cost as a problem, and rather than educate yourself, your handy and get a job, in the Industry. For whatever reason, you don't find a good employer, but one who worries about $. You have been out talking to many, but they have more qualified applicants. You finally decide working is better than not working. You start at 1/5th of $A. You work a 40hr week, but because of not getting the education, you decide to spend you time looking and getting the info, to make you more valuable. You manage to last 4 yrs, because you were busy – and you convinced yourself, that you were learning. Even after 4 yrs, your only earning 1/2 $A. You again are looking for work, but you don't have the ticket. So you start again, New outfit – gives you the same 1/2 $A. But they can see your potential. You work another 3 yrs, and get to 3/4 $A. And this outfit has bigger equipment to work on, but you have to have the ticket – to move.
    Add up the two scenarios and answer who has more $ in the bank. I am 58. I worked the #2 for 30 yrs. My employer was willing to train me, because I worked harder. Did not make it easy. I was not in this industry. But my skills, could have put me there. Looking back, with glasses to my 18yr old self, I would pick the Investment – and be damned with the cost. jmho. Do what you enjoy to do, and you will never "work" in your life. I did enjoy it!

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  18. how much do these course cost ?

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  19. Looking foward to part 2.

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  20. Thank you for all this info. Absolutely incredible for you to do.

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  21. Tristan look on Peter McKinnon channel to remove flicker… offset 1 frame if remember

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  22. Another great informative video, superb channel, I’m sure it’s going to grow, I’m hooked 👍

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  23. Have you ever thought of upgrading to a bigger yacht? Or teaching?

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  24. Great school to learn an important job.

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  25. Second comment – I’m gutted I never knew of the career path or even the possibility of a career as a super yacht captain or chief engineer; if one thing demonstrates the influence the internet can deliver and it’s far reaching possibilities to inform and give direction it is videos like this

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  26. The temptation to change career is strong with this one. No longer in my 20’s most definitely not tied down and quite fed up with the day to day grind.

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  27. This is absolutely perfect, I’ve been looking into Bluewater’s US campus and it’s great to see inside one of their schools.

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  28. 🐾🤪👌😎👍🏻

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