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  • 05/03/11--04:20: MISC wins case againts Equatorial (chan 1996753)
  • In the case of Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services Pte Ltd (Equatorial) v MISC Berhad (MISC), the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled in favour of MISC,

    upholding the fact that MISC did not enter into any contract for the supply of bunker with Equatorial, hence there being no basis for the admiralty action brought against MISC by Equatorial.

    The decision of the appeal was handed down last week by the Ninth Circuit three judge panel, who unanimously upheld the United States District Court for the Central District of California's vacatur of Equatorial's maritime attachment to MISC's property, M/T Bunga Kasturi Lima.

    This much eagerly awaited decision is warmly welcomed by all shipping giants globally as no physical supplier can now arrest vessels without the presence of proper legally binding contract supported by sufficient evidentiary documents, causing grave commercial strain on the ship owners.

    The legal battle between the two companies began in April 2008, when Equatorial attached M/T Bunga Kasturi Lima, a vessel belonging to MISC in Long Beach, California, to acquire jurisdiction over MISC and to obtain security for their claim. Equatorial alleged that MISC breached a contract purportedly entered into between Equatorial and MISC. Equatorial specifically asserted that MISC had purchased bunker from Equatorial and Equatorial had delivered the bunker fuels to MISC's vessels for over USD 22 million. It is further alleged that MISC never paid Equatorial for the various deliveries.

    It was always the contention of MISC that it had no direct relationship with Equatorial. MISC entered into a contract for the purchase of bunker with Market Asia Link Sdn Bhd ("MAL"), a separate and unaffiliated company. In addition MISC received invoices from, and made remittances directly, to MAL for all bunkers supplied to the various vessels. The fact that MAL procured its bunker supply from Equatorial is immaterial. MISC was never provided with copies of Equatorial's invoices, and thus there was no contractual nexus between MISC and Equatorial. Hence based on the fact that Equatorial failed to show that it had a valid prima facie admiralty claim, the US District Court of California vacated the attachment. However, Equatorial appealed against the decision to the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit which is the highest Federal Court in California.

    In a published decision, written by Chief Judge Kozinski, the Ninth Circuit panel concluded that the District Court properly vacated the attachment because Equatorial failed to carry its burden of showing it had stated a valid prima facie breach of contract (or a contract at all when applying the evidentiary standard) against MISC.

    Following the positive outcome of this case, MISC will now focus on pursuing a legal claim for approximately USD 500,000.00 against Equatorial for all damages caused as a result of wrongful attachment of MISC's vessel.


    MISC Berhad (MISC) held the naming ceremony of its 10th Chemical tanker, Bunga Allium. The 38,000 dwt tanker is the third in a series of eight IMO II chemical tankers

    ordered from the STX shipyard in South Korea by MISC. Bunga Allium was recently delivered on 5 January 2010 and has sailed on her first voyage from South Korea to Pasir Gudang. Her delivery brings the number of MISC's owned and in-chartered Chemical tankers to 21, further strengthening MISC's position as a reliable and safe transporter of chemicals and vegetable oils.

    The coming into service of Bunga Allium is part of MISC's rapid chemical fleet expansion programme, which will see MISC receiving a total of 15 chemical tankers over the next 2 years. These additional vessels will provide MISC with the critical mass required to better serve its customers globally and at the same time, allow MISC to expand its global presence. Similar to her sister vessels, Bunga Akasia and Bunga Alamanda, which were delivered last year, Bunga Allium is well-suited to carry a wide variety of vegetable oil, chemical and CPP cargoes, thus, increasing its service offerings and competitiveness in the chemical shipping industry.

    The naming ceremony was officiated by Ms. Ngau Sue Ching, daughter of Mr. Ngau Boon Keat, Chairman of Dialog Group (Dialog). MISC and Dialog are joint venture partners in developing, managing and operating a tank terminal at the Port of Tanjung Langsat, Johor, Malaysia. The first phase operation of the Tanjung Langsat terminal was launched in September 2009 and the second phase is currently underway and targeted for completion in April 2010. MISC has also recently entered into a joint-venture with VTTI Tanjung Bin S.A, a subsidiary of Vitol Tank Terminals International B.V. (VTTI), part of the leading international energy trading group, Vitol, to jointly construct, commission and operate an oil terminal with a base capacity of approximately 741,200 cubic meters at Tanjung Bin, Johor, Malaysia.

    The naming ceremony was held at the Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) Yard in Pasir Gudang, Johor. MMHE, a subsidiary of MISC, is a regional leader in marine and heavy engineering and through MMHE, MISC is one of the few shipping companies in the world with the capability to offer in-house dry-docking and refurbishment to its vessel, ensuring their reliability in service.

    Along the expansion of its fleet, MISC also focuses on the development of sea-going professionals in its effort to ensure that the company and the industry will continue to have sufficient supply of high-calibre maritime graduates, through its in-house maritime academy, Akademi Laut Malaysia (ALAM).


  • 05/04/11--05:51: Dugaan Seorang Ibu... (chan 1996753)
  • Disaat kita sah berumah tangga..hati mula merancang untuk menimbang cahaya mata..mengimpikan anak yg lahir dari ikatan suci murni antara isteri dan suami..alangkah indah tatkala disahkan sudah berbadan dua..gembiranya hati tidak dpt digambarkan.lebih indah jika saat dikhabarkan berita gembira si suami ada disisi...bersama merasa betapa syukur dan sayunya dikurniakan Allah rezeki yg sangat bermakna ini..tapi adakala,dalam perjalanan selama 9 bulan tu..terpaksa kita menempuhnya sendirian..:(

    Hidup kita sebagai isteri pelaut bukannya mudah.Tiap dugaan dikala mengandung sendirian tanpa suami cukup menguji ketabahan hati.teringat saat saya mengandungkan wafiy dulu.Hubby pergi belayar ketika saya pregnant 4 bulan.Alahan punyalaa teruk. Tiap masa tak kira pagi petang malam muntah jer.Tiap malam masa awal2 hubby pergi tu saya menangis sendirian.sedih sangat..lebih sedih bila mula2 dapat merasa wafiy bergerak..hubby tak ada untuk turut merasa.sayunya hati..Tapi saya kuatkan hati kerana saya tahu ada lagi isteri2 yg senasib dengan saya yg turut kuat menghadapi dugaan ni.Bila saya dah masuk 9 bulan..Hubby kemungkinan besar tidak dapat balik kerana tak ada reliever.saya berdoa sentiasa moga hubby ada dikala saya bertaruh nyawa melahirkan anak kami.

    Alhamdulillah terima kasih pada asrul iaitu hubby eqa sekarang kerana sudi gantikan hubby.seingat saya masa tu hubby balik jer dari kapal tanpa ada reliever.kitaorg siap jumpa asrul di stesen bas bahau tuk handing over..hehehe...sian asrul sebab terpaksa sambung tugas hubby yg tergesa2 turun.we owe you asrul. sebab tu laa tiap kalau puan eqa teringin nak makan apa2..akan cuba gak mamawafiy ni usahakan..:)...

    Antara pengalaman yang dapat di share :-
    "pregnant sensorg.. then br hubby sign off esoknye dh deliver baby.. tk leh minta mkn itu ini ngan hubby. the worse part ble mengidam nk mkn pau daging @ ayam time bln pose last year, dan2 sume kedai tutup.. last2 nanges ngadu kt hubby jela bgtau kempunan nk mkn pau.. huhuhu.. "
    • Hasmiza Md Rashid
    "sy alhamdulillah setakat ni xde lg dugaan yg betul2 mencabar...yg paling besar pun just pregnant sorang2...rasanya ramai lg kwn2 yg mcm sy kan...cuma kita as seafarers' wives ni kena kuat mental n fizikal cos kita send...iri yg pilih utk hidup dgn org laut...jd walau mcm mana berat dugaan sekalipun kita tetap kena face dgn hati n fikiran yg tenang...sy dulu masa mengandungkan zahra...semuanya sy urus sorang2...masa tu plak still keja n alahan sy habis bila kandungan dah masuk 5 bln....masa tu nk kata sedih sgt tak la...just tawakal jer...sy start packing baju utk ke hospital masa kandungan 6 bln...1 beg standby dlm keta n 1 beg lg standby kat rumah...no tel pakcik teksi pun sy dah simpan...:-)...mak suruh ambik cuti sebulan awal tp memandangkan position sy x membenarkan sy bercuti pnjg...jd sy tawakal jer...n alhamdulillah sy bersalin after 3 mgu hubby sign off...jd bg sy...walau apa pun yg kita buat or yg kita hadapi...one thing...kita kena sentiasa tenangkan hati n berdoa...plus tawakal...insyaallah Allah sentiasa akan permudahkan segalanya..."
    • Zurena Zakaria (June 19, 2010 at 10:53am )
    "Sama lah, ena pun dua dua pregnant sengsorang.. semua urus sendiri... g klinik sendiri, mengidam nak makan apa cari sendir, beli brg persediaan baby sendiri... mmg tak sempat nak bermanja-manjaan time pregnant...nasib baik org sekeliling semua sedia membantu.. syukur alhamdulillah... dia balik jerk, seminggu or dua minggu lepas tu terus bersalin... rasanya lagi best dia ada time berpantang...

    apapun, mmg kita harus tabah dan cekal bila memilih sang pelaut menjadi suami...kuat fizikal dan mental.. "

    • Harlinda Mohd Mokhtar
      "mase first pregnancy,keguguran...tumpah darah kat ofis...ke hospital kakak dan adik yang uruskan...kena d&c semua...huhuhu...mase pregnant kedua......memang sorang2...dahla mabuk sangat2...keje lagi,drive sampai langgar blkg kete orang cox pening...nasib baik sikit jer...sahur,buke pose sorang2 tu semua perkara biasakan kakak2 semua...mase kapal kena tawan lanun tue,hubby punye kapal x kena...tapi mase hari kejadian..saye dapat kol dari semua orang tanye hubby naik kapal ape....heran saye cox mase tue saye x dengar n tgk news....bile dah tau,terkejut sangat2..tapi alhamdulillah kapal die x kena...tapi memang mase lalu kawasan tue...bile dah konvoi ngan tldm...baru lega rase"
      • Yat Ekhram
        "yat pon sama palings sedey mase dapat tau preggy then hubby the last person yg tau cite besh tu coz lost contact dkt sebulan.pastu mabok terokk 3 mth tu dia takde,dgn demam segala alahan sorg2 kat umah.syukur time deliver dia ade & jd mr mama till qies 3 mth..tapi memori preggy tanpa hubby mmg sgt sedey,tak bole lupe.klo igt alik mmg taching + bangga sbb bole harunginyaa.."


    Most of you might have heard the term Portside and Starboard side in relation to a ship.. These are actuallynautical terms which refer to the left and right side of the ship respectively when you are looking towards theBow (the front of the ship – also known as Fore).. The rear of the ship is termed as Stern (also known as Aft)..

    There are many answers as to the evolution of the names Port & Starboard as below..

    As per Wikipedia, before ships had rudders on their centerlines, they were steered by use of a specialized steering oar.. This oar was held by an oarsman located in the stern (back) of the ship.. However, like most of society, there were many more right-handed sailors than left-handed sailors. This meant that the steering oar (which had been broadened to provide better control) used to be affixed to the right side of the ship..

    The term Port was derived from the practice of sailors mooring ships on the left side at ports in order to prevent the steering oar from being crushed..

    From the Longboat museum in Oslo it is learned that a viking longboat was steered by a large wooden plank called a “steer board”.. The modern day equivelent is a “tiller” or “rudder”.. The steer-board was operated by the helmsman facing forward and, since most people are right-handed, he would naturally hold the steer-board in his right hand.. Since the steer-board was always on the right, the righthand side of the vessle became known as the steer-board side..

    Subsequently the term “steer-board” blended into the English language and evolved into “starboard”..

    Another version is that, in the olden days before the advent of maps, navigation was done by following the arrangement of stars in the sky.. Usually old sailing ships had long masts & sails which disturbed the visibility of the helmsman and the sailors arranged a deck extending out on the right side to watch the stars & continue sailing.. So one person on the ship used to read the location of the starts sitting on the deck & convey the same to the Helmsman.. The deck that was used to look at the stars and decide the sailing route was termed as starboard deck.. Because of this extended deck on the right side, only the other side of the ship could be brought towards the port and it was named as portside..

    Once the modern centerpost rudder was developed, it was no longer necessary to dock with the vessel’s portside to port.. Ships now dock starboard or portside alongside..

    Another bit of interesting information is that the Starboard side has Green navigation lights and port side has Red navigation lights and the Aft of the ship has a white light.. If there are two vessels approaching each other head-on, each should alter course to starboard, so that they pass each other port-to-port unless otherwise communicated much like the rules of the road..



    Nine piracy incidents at sea occurred in Malaysia in the first quarter of 2011, including the hijacking of a tugboat and barge off Tioman Island.Vessels were also boarded in seven incidents by robbers armed with guns and knives, said the director of the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), Captain Pottengal Mukundan, Thursday. He said piracy at sea had hit an all-time high in the first three months of this year with 142 attacks worldwide where 18 vessels were hijacked, 344 crew members taken hostage, and six kidnapped. Another 45 vessels were boarded and 45 more reported being fired upon, he said in the statement. "The sharp rise was driven by a surge in piracy off the coast of Somalia where 97 attacks were recorded, up from 35 in the same period last year. Figures for piracy and armed robbery at sea in the past three months were higher than we had ever
    recorded in the first quarter of any year," he said. The IMB's Piracy Reporting Centre which has monitored piracy worldwide since 1991, also reported that during the same period, pirates had murdered seven crew members and injured 34 compared with just two injuries in 2006. Mukundan said of the 18 ships hijacked during the period, 15 were
    captured off the east of Somalia, in and around the Arabian Sea and one in the Gulf of Aden. "In this area alone, 299 people were taken hostage and six more were kidnapped from their vessel," he said, adding that at the last count on March 31, IMB figures showed that Somali pirates were holding captive 596 crew members on 28 ships. He noted that
    there were also a dramatic increase in violence and techniques used by pirates in the seas off Somalia. "The overwhelming number of vessels hijcked off Somalia took place east and northeast of the Gulf of Aden. The positions of some of the attackers' mother ships are known. It is vital that strong action is taken against these mother ships to
    prevent further hijackings," he said. Mukundan also said that large tankers carrying oil and other flammable chemicals were particularly vulnerable to firearms attacks. "Three big tankers of over 100,000 tonnes deadweight had been hijacked off the Horn of Africa this year. Of a total of 97 vessels attacked in this region, 37 were tankers and of these, 20 had a deadweight of more that 100,000 tonnes," he said. Elsewhere, he said the Indian navy captured 61 Somalia pirates on a hijacked ship off India's west coast, while Nigeria recorded five incidents with three attacks against vessels in Lagos. "Crews in the area are reporting increased violence, including one incident where all 27 crew members were injured. "IMB's concern about an expansion of Nigeria-style piracy has been heightened by the hijacking of a chemical tanker off neighbouring Benin, which its captors finally directed to Lagos," he said.


    With new attacks on vessels happening daily, government and industry leaders representing over 50 countries will on Monday, April 18 group in Dubai to seek meaningful solutions to the serious humanitarian and economic issue of piracy in the first high-level public-private counter piracy conference to be held in the region on the widespread threats of piracy and collaborative means to eradicate it. Co-convened by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and global marine terminal operator DP World, His Highness Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, and His Excellency Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Chairman, DP World, will inaugurate the two day conference. It brings together officials and industry leaders from more than 50 countries for high level deliberations. Under the theme “Global Challenge, Regional Responses: Forging A Common Approach to Maritime Piracy”, the summit will be attended by more than 30 foreign ministers, including from the GCC countries, senior representatives from a further 25 countries, the United Nations, the International Maritime Organisation, scores of industry leaders and international experts on maritime security and community development issues.
    Included are the Foreign Ministers of most GCC countries, the Foreign Ministers of states directly affected by piracy such as Somalia, Djibouti, the Comoros, and Tanzania, the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, and Foreign Ministers from major international players such as Indonesia, Nigeria, and Pakistan. Those from the maritime industry
    attending include Morten Engelstoft, COO, Maersk, Peter Swift, President, International Association of Independent Tanker Owners, Ron Widdows, President, and CEO of Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) and Chairman, World Shipping Council, Dr Stefano Messina, CEO, Messina Line and Giles Noakes, Chief Maritime Security Officer, BIMCO. Experts participating include Dr Martin Murphy, Kings College, London, and Pottengal Mukundan, Director, International Maritime Bureau, amongst others.
    During the conference, both public and private initiatives to counter the devastating effects of piracy on the captives and their families and communities as well as the threat it poses to peace and security internationally will be discussed, with the aim of introducing initiatives that merge the efforts of both sectors in areas of community
    development, security, and information sharing. Panel discussions will also tackle root causes of piracy, relevant international law issues, and opportunities of furthering civilian-military cooperation to ward off attacks. On the sidelines of the conference, the UAE and the United Nations will hold a fundraising session in support of the UN’s Trust Fund to Support Initiatives of States Countering Piracy off the Coast of Somalia. The aim of the fundraiser is to attract new and traditional donors to the Fund, which was established in January 2010 by the UN Secretary-General at the request of the international Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia.
    The Trust Fund has launched a number of land-based counter piracy initiatives established and supported by both public and private sectors. In this vein, UAE Foreign Ministry officials have revealed that the UAE will make a significant contribution to the UN Trust Fund at the conference in reflection of its ongoing commitment to the international efforts
    in the field of counter-piracy. The conference is also expected to conclude with a declaration outlining areas of cooperation between the private and public sectors with the aim of establishing a working frame to further advance cooperation in various counter piracy initiatives as well as propose others. The UAE’s position as a global hub for trade
    and commerce together with its significant regional and international partnerships are expected to make the event a key platform for the coordination of the urgent international response to end the far reaching and devastating threats of piracy.
    According to the International Maritime Bureau, as of April 14, 2011 and despite a heightened level of international response, there were at least 107 incidents of attacks or attempted attacks on commercial cargo ships in the Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea and off the east African coast – with 17 vessels hijacked. At least 26 ships are currently estimated
    to be under pirate control, together with 532 mariners held captive, many in appalling conditions. In addition to the devastating human cost of piracy, the financial cost to global trade is also huge, with estimates as high as US$12 billion a year.

  • 05/07/11--03:01: Article 1 (chan 1996753)


  • ALAM (Akademi Laut Malaysia)invites application for Cadet sponsorship programme 2010. Applicants who have positive mindset and attitude and possess a strong desire to take up a challenge as sea-going professionals are encouraged to apply. A journey towards maritime success as a Ship Captain or a Chief Engineer with world leading maritime organizations.

    Graduates may have the opportunity to sail worldwide with leading shipping companies / maritime companies with attractive tax-free salaries and employment benefits

    Offered Institute:
    Akademi Laut Malaysia (ALAM)

    Field of Study:

    • Navigating Officer Cadet (Diploma in Nautical Studies)
    • Marine Engineer Officer Cadet (Diploma in Marine Engineering)

    Criteria & Eligibility:
    Application is based on SPM Examination Result

    • Single, Male or Female with not more than 23 years of age on 13 July 2010
    • SPM results with minimum of 'C' or credits in 5 subjects which include Bahasa Malaysia , English, Mathematics / Additional Mathematics and Physics
    • Mentally, physically and medically fit
    • Minimum height of 158cm and weight of 48kg for male applicants (BMI: 18.5 – 24.9)
    • Minimum height of 155cm and weight of 42kg for female applicants (BMI: 18.5 – 24.9)
    • Not colour blind
    • Good eyesight without visual aid for Navigating Officer Cadets
    • Visual aid with a limitation of 200 for Marine Engineering Officer Cadets

    Scholarship Coverage:
    Fully sponsored of tuition fees, accommodation, meals, uniform, books, monthly allowance, and the modular courses.

    Bonding:
    Yes., about 8 – 10 years

    How To Apply:
    Download and complete the application form. and submit through email to
    alam2010intake@alam.edu.my


  • 07/11/11--23:27: Oakley Malaysia di My-Oakley (chan 1996753)

  • Oakley merupakan salah satu jenama kaca mata yang popular di dunia. Walaupun di Malaysia, Ray ban lebih digemari, tetapi bagi penggemar-penggemar sunglass Oakley ini, kaca mata ini mempunyai keistimewaanya tersendiri.

    Jika dibanding dari sediri harga di butik-butik kaca mata di shopping kompleks, kita dapat lihat jenama Oakley ini jauh lebih mahal berbanding berbanding kaca mata hitam Ray-ban, tetapi dari segi populariti pastinya Ray-ban menjadi pilihan ramai.Dari segi kulaiti agak subjektif mengikut pilihan individu masing dan pastinya peminat Oakley Malaysia mengatatakan Oakely lebih baik berbanding Ray-Ban.

    Sedikit sejarah tentang Oakley, mula dicipta oleh Jin Jannard pada tahun 1975 di garaj belakang rumahnya dengan bermodalkan $300.Nama Oakley diilhamkan dari nama anjingnya. Mula dijual dengan memanaggil kaca mata ini "The Oakley Grip". Pada mula ciptaanya,"The Oakley Grip" adalah khas untuk car racer dan pemain-pemain motorcross. Ini disebabkan oleh grip yang diciptanya adalah yang terbaik pada masa itu.

    Oakley untuk lelaki sahaja ke? Rasanya pemikiran seperti itu patut xlagi wujud. Kaca mata apa2 pun adalah unisex tak kira lelaki atau perempuan. Memakai kaca mata bukan 100% untuk gaya sahaja tetapi juga untuk menjaga mata dari sinaran-sinaran UV yang berbahaya.Jadi Oakley sekarang banyak digayakan oleh perempuan/wanita.


    Oakley Frogskin digayakan oleh perempuan.(sumber google)

    Pada masa ini, Oakley lebih tertumpu dalam terutamanya dalam sponsorship extrem  game seperti motorcross, BMX, motorGP dan banyak lain sukan xtrem. Bagi peminat-peminat Oakley di Malaysia pula mereka gemar menggayakan Sunglasses Oakley ini sebagai gaya atau trademark tersendiri seperti salah seorang artis popular masa kini iaitu Zizan yang gemar menggayakkan kaca mata Oakley ini. 

    "Nak beli Oakley tapi xtahu Oakley mana yang best".....Kalau di Malaysia 90% kebanyakkan mereka pasti akan memilih Oakley Frogskin. Ya Oakley Frogskin....macam mana tu? Itu gambar seperti dibawah. Bagi otai-otai Oakley Malaysia pastinya banyak collection Oakley Frogskin mereka terutama yang limited edition. Pasti harganya kini mencecah beribu-ribu ringgit.

    Oakley yang menjadi kegilaan ramai peminat Oakley Malaysia. Oakley Frogskin.


    Selain bergaya, pemakaian Oakley juga adalah bagi seseuatu "event" contohnya bagi mereka yang gemar cycling pastinya Oakley Armstrong menjadi pilihan, dan bagi yang menggemari aktiviti memancing, Oakley yang sesuai adalah Oakley Monster Dog Polarized. Dan bagi penggemar sukan golf mungkin Oakley Fast Jacket XL, Radar Path Golf Specific, Vanted M Frame Strike menjadi pilihan pasa golfer, selain Oakley sendiri menjual gajet-gajet golf mereka tersendiri.


    Oakley sering dikaitakan dengan sukan extrem.

    Walaupun jenama Oakley di Malaysia tidak segah nama Ray ban ,mungkin disebabkan jenama Ray-ban telah lama bertapak dan kukuh di Malaysia selain promosi yang kurang menjadikan kaca mata Oakley ini kurang dikenali ramai.Tetapi bagi bagi genarasi muda mereka mula "dekat" dengan jenama ini disebabkan oleh promosi tidak langsung oleh artis-artis atau movie/filem.Sebagai contoh, Oakley X-metal Mars yang dipakai oleh Brad Pitt dalam satu scenes mula menjadi ikutan. Atau mungkin juga harganya terlalu tinggi membuatkan ramai orang memilih kaca mata berjenama lain sebagai gaya mereka.




    MISC to Exit Container Shipping After $789 Million in Losses



    MISC Bhd., Asia’s largest shipping line by market value, said it will stop operating container vessels after the unit lost $789 million in three years.

    The move will result in a one-off $400 million charge this year and a full-year loss, Kuala Lumpur-based MISC, controlled by Malaysia’s state oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd., said in a statement today. Operations will halt by the end of June.

    “It’s a good thing for them in the mid-to-long term,” said Firdaus Hisham, a Macquarie Securities Ltd. analyst in Kuala Lumpur. “The margins were never that attractive.”

    MISC also said second-quarter net income fell 62 percent from a year earlier to 140.9 million ringgit ($44 million) as losses from carrying containers offset profits at units operating liquefied natural gas tankers and building offshore facilities. Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. and Nippon Yusen K.K. have also announced container-shipping capacity cuts this year as tumbling rates cause industrywide losses.

    “In view of the expected larger demand of investment in the liner industry, the cost for us to remain relevant in the liner business is untenable,” MISC Chief Executive Officer Nasarudin Md Idris said in an e-mailed statement today.

    MISC Fleet

    MISC had 30 container ships in its fleet of 173 vessels as of Nov. 1, according to its website. The company also had 29 LNG ships, 83 petroleum tankers and 28 chemical tankers.

    The shipping line reorganized its container business in January 2010 by exiting Asia-Europe routes to focus on intra- Asia services.

    MISC halted its stock in Kuala Lumpur ahead of the announcement. The shares have fallen 27 percent this year, worse than a 5 percent drop in the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index.

    The company’s sales dropped to 2.6 billion ringgit in the three months ended Sept. 30 from 3.1 billion ringgit a year earlier, it said. Its container unit had a 313 million ringgit operating loss compared with a 454.5 million ringgit operating profit in energy-shipping.



    List Of Malaysian Shipping Company


    1 Inter Maritime Management Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    2 Yayasan Sabah Shipping Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    3 MISC Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    4 Prima Shipmanagement Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    5 Bormill Line Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuching
    6 Malaysia Shipyard & Eng Port Service Malaysia
    7 Malaysian Shipowners' Assoc Maritime Organisation Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    8 Sabah Shipyard Sdn Bhd Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia
    9 Akademi Laut Malaysia (ALAM) Other Malaysia Masjid
    10 Bumi Armada Navigation Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Miri
    11 Petronas Tankers Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    12 Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Port Service Malaysia Kuching
    13 Nautica Nova Shipbuilding Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia Butterworth
    14 Boustead Penang Shipyard Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia Penang
    15 GE Keppel Energy Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    16 Evo-Ace Corp Marine Equipment Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    17 Radii Electronic Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Port Kelang
    18 Nippon Kaiji Kyokai-Kuala Lump Maritime Organisation Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    19 Nippon Kaiji Kyokai - Kota Kin Maritime Organisation Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    20 L Y Leong & Partners P&I, Insurance, Low Malaysia Petaling Jaya
    21 Sykt Kim Aik Lee Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    22 Pacific Ship-Managers Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Petaling Jaya
    23 Robinson Shipping (M) Sdn Bhd Ship Broker Malaysia Ampang
    24 Skrine P&I, Insurance, Low Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    25 Sativale & Assoc P&I, Insurance, Low Malaysia Selangor
    26 Ng Kuok Thai Holdings Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Lumut
    27 SGS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    28 Det Norske - Malaysia Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    29 Gaya Shipping Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    30 Namas Noor Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    31 Ritchie & Bisset - Penang Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Arowana
    32 Matthews-Daniel Intl (Mal Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Port Klang
    33 Sabah Ports Sdn Bhd (SPSB) Port Authority Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    34 Chugoku Paints - Malaysia Marine Equipment Malaysia Petaling Jaya
    35 Port Dickson Marine Department Port Authority Malaysia Malacca
    36 Northport Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Port Klang
    37 Harper Wira Sdn Bhd Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Petaling Jaya
    38 CILT Malaysia Maritime Organisation Malaysia Petaling Jaya
    39 Labuan Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Labuan
    40 Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn Bhd Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia Miri
    41 Ajang Shipping Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Miri
    42 ABS Pacific - Johor Maritime Organisation Malaysia Johor
    43 Ironwoods Shipyard Sdn Bhd Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia
    44 Nippon Kaiji Kyokai - Johor Maritime Organisation Malaysia Johor
    45 Trampers Shipping Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    46 Unifleet Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    47 FKI Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Shah Alam
    48 Mitsui OSK Lines - Malaysia Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    49 Johor Port Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    50 MISC Shipping - Kuantan Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    51 Kontena Nasional Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kemaman
    52 Temves Agencies Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kemaman
    53 East Coast Freight Fwdr Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    54 Pesaka Jardine - Selangor Port Agent Malaysia Port Klang
    55 Harrisons Trading (S) Snd Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    56 Harrisons Trading (Sarawak) Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    57 Tan Yong Sing (M) Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Miri
    58 Miri Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Miri
    59 Boustead Shipping - Penang Port Agent Malaysia Penang
    60 Penang Port Commission Port Authority Malaysia Penang
    61 NYK Agencies - Malaysia Port Agent Malaysia Penang
    62 Shell - Butterworth Bunkerer Malaysia Butterworth
    63 Caltex Oil Malaysia Ltd Bunkerer Malaysia Perai
    64 Malacca Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Malacca
    65 Exxonmobil E&P Malaysia Inc Port Authority Malaysia Kerteh
    66 Rajang Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Sibu
    67 Gapima Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kemaman
    68 Tresco Shipping Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kemaman
    69 Dungun Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Dungun
    70 Kuantan Port Consortium SB Port Authority Malaysia Kuantan
    71 Syarikat Tenaga Suria (Em) Port Agent Malaysia Sibu
    72 Universal Shipping Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    73 Shell Timur Sdn Bhd Bunkerer Malaysia Bintulu
    74 Lembaga Pelabuhan Kemaman Port Authority Malaysia Kemaman
    75 Barwil Agencies Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    76 Barwil Agencies Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Palau Indah
    77 Barwil Agencies Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Penang
    78 Bintulu Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Bintulu
    79 Borneon Corp Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    80 Boustead Shipping-Kota Kinbalu Port Agent Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    81 Harrisons Trading Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    82 Kuching Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Kuching
    83 Kuching Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Kuching
    84 Kuching Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Kuching
    85 Lumut Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Lumut
    86 Kuching Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Kuching
    87 Petronas Port Service Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    88 Petronas Dagangan Sdn Bhd Bunkerer Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    89 Johor Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    90 Shell Timur Sdn Bhd Bunkerer Malaysia Kuching
    91 Teluk Anson Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Teluk Anson
    92 Boustead Shipping-Pasir Gudang Port Agent Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    93 Epasa Shpg Agency Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    94 Gewira Shpg Agency Sdn Bdh Port Agent Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    95 Mawaria Shpg Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    96 MISC Agencies - Johor Bahru Port Agent Malaysia Johor Bahru
    97 BPC Edible Oil Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    98 Pasir Gudang Forwarding Port Agent Malaysia Johor Bahru
    99 Pesaka Jardine - Johor Port Agent Malaysia Johor
    100 Duyong Logistics Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kemaman
    101 Royal Customs & Excise Other Malaysia Kemaman
    102 Kemaman Immigration Dept Other Malaysia Kemaman
    103 Kemaman Port Health Off Other Malaysia Kemaman
    104 Kemaman District Police Other Malaysia Kemaman
    105 ASPA Terminal Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    106 Borden Chemical (M) Sdn Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    107 Bredero Price (M) Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    108 Cargill Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    109 Dovechem Terminals Sdn Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    110 FPG Oleochemical Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    111 Kuantan Flour Mills Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    112 Kuantan Oil Products Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    113 Kupak Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    114 Pejabat Instolasi Felda Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    115 Petmal Oil (M) Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    116 Petro-Pipe Industries Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    117 Shell - Kuantan Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    118 Sunlight Timber Corp Sdn Port Service Malaysia Kuantan
    119 Boustead Shipping - Kuantan Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    120 Mawaria Shpg (M) Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    121 Orient Lloyd (m) Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Port Kelang
    122 Kuantan Port Health Off Other Malaysia Kuantan
    123 Kuantan Royal Customs Other Malaysia Kuantan
    124 Pahang State Dev Corp Other Malaysia Kuantan
    125 Royal Malaysian Police Hq Other Malaysia Kuantan
    126 Pesaka Jardine - Kuantan Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    127 MAC-NELS Shpg (S) Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    128 MISC Agencies - Sarawak Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    129 Kuching Medical Dept Other Malaysia Kuching
    130 Royal Customs & Excise Other Malaysia Kuching
    131 Royal Malaysian Police Other Malaysia Kuching
    132 Raship Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Labuan
    133 Royal Customs & Excise Other Malaysia Labuan
    134 Royal Malaysia Police Other Malaysia Labuan
    135 Medical Dept - Labuan Other Malaysia Labuan
    136 Kedeh Cement Sdn Bhd Port Authority Malaysia Langkawi
    137 Langkawi Marine Dept Port Authority Malaysia Kuah
    138 Malacca Harbour Master Other Malaysia Malacca
    139 Malacca Port Health Other Malaysia Malacca
    140 Inchcape Shipping - Port Klang Port Agent Malaysia Port Klang
    141 Port Klang Health Other Malaysia Port Klang
    142 Royal Customs -Port Klang Other Malaysia Port Klang
    143 Sibu Royal Customs Other Malaysia Sibu
    144 Boustead Shipping - Bintulu Port Agent Malaysia Bintulu
    145 Kuala Perlis - Langkawi Owner, Manager Malaysia Langkawi
    146 Petronas Penapisan (T)Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kerteh
    147 Bintulu Port Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Bintulu
    148 Inchcape Shipping - Pasir Guda Port Agent Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    149 Inchcape Shipping - Penang Port Agent Malaysia Penang
    150 Pulau Tioman Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Pulau Tioman
    151 Jotun (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Shah Alam
    152 Star Cruises Port Service Malaysia Port Klang
    153 Chong Fui Shipping Owner, Manager Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    154 ITS-Caleb Brett-Tawau Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Tawau
    155 ITS-Caleb Brett-Sandakan Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Sandakan
    156 ITS-Caleb Brett-Pt Klang Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Port Klang
    157 ITS-Caleb Brett-Pt Dickso Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Port Dickson
    158 ITS-Caleb Brett-Penang Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Penang
    159 ITS-Caleb Brett-Johor Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    160 ITS-Caleb Brett-Miri Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Miri
    161 ITS-Caleb Brett-Lahad Dat Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Lahad Datu
    162 ITS-Caleb Brett-Labuan Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Labuan
    163 ITS-Caleb Brett-Kuching Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Kuching
    164 ITS-Caleb Brett-Kota Kinb Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    165 ITS-Caleb Brett-Bintulu Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Bintulu
    166 Kossan Paint (M) Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Port Kelang
    167 Essem Holdings (M) Sdn Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    168 Aurora Tankers Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    169 Tideway di Sdn Bhd Towage, Salvage Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    170 Johan Shipping Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuching
    171 Harper Wira - Port Kelang Port Agent Malaysia Port Kelang
    172 Harper Wira - Penang Port Agent Malaysia Penang
    173 Harper Wira - Kuching Port Agent Malaysia Kuching
    174 Harper Wira - Kota Kinab Port Agent Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
    175 Harper Wira - Tawau Port Agent Malaysia Tawau
    176 Kelang Multi-Terminal Port Service Malaysia Port Klang
    177 Bunga Lawas Shipping Owner, Manager Malaysia Miri
    178 Intra-Oil Services Berhad Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    179 LW Engineering Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Masai
    180 Sungai Udang Port Sdn Bhd Port Authority Malaysia Sungai Udang
    181 Petronas Port Service Malaysia Sungai Udang
    182 Multimarket Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Miri
    183 Evergreen Shipping Owner, Manager Malaysia Port Klang
    184 Timor Offshore Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Shah Alam
    185 Germanischer Lloyd - K Lumpur Maritime Organisation Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    186 Econosto Valves (M) Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Shah Alam
    187 Budisukma Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    188 Malaysian Maritime Services Consultants, Surveyors Malaysia Subang Jaya
    189 Nazaki (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    190 Barber Ship Management Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    191 Kemaman Supply Base Port Service Malaysia Kemaman
    192 Petronas Gas Sdn Bhd Port Service Malaysia Kemaman
    193 Shinline Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Miri
    194 Penang Port Sdn Bhd Owner, Manager Malaysia Penang
    195 Far East Shipyard Co Sdn Bhd Shipbuilder, Repairer Malaysia Sibu
    196 Barwil Agencies Sdn Bhd Port Agent Malaysia Kuantan
    197 Finnscrew Malaysia Sdn Bhd Marine Equipment Malaysia Lumut
    198 Johor Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Pasir Gudang
    199 Port Klang Port Authority Port Authority Malaysia Port Klang
    200 Northport (Malaysia) Berhad Port Service Malaysia Port Klang







    Talk to a freshly graduated junior engineer or deck cadet and I bet the only thing you would hear about is of getting a decent break (or even on any damn shitty ship would also do). They want jobs badly, I mean really bad! And why would they not? There are many who have taken loans for their maritime training and even have mortgages to clear off. In fact, that is what every one of us would do once we pass out from the college. Look for jobs! Right?

    Unfortunately, the “situation of crises” has become a breeding ground for job agents and fraud shipping companies to do profitable business. They are charging $2000-$3000 dollars in return for a break; not to mention, one cannot expect it to be in some hot-shot company.Sadly, these fresh graduates have started to succumb to the situation, and have even started considering shelling out the “asked price”. Result? Some have already received the much desired break, some are looking for sources to finance them, and some have fallen prey to fraud agents and shipping companies, who have taken the money and disappeared in thin air.It’s a grim situation out there, where no one knows what to do and whom to blame. So, as the blaming-game continues, we try to pen down seven important points that we believe have been the real reason for the present dilemma.

    1. Supply & Demand Imbalance

    It might sound cliché, but the fact remains that the lack of equilibrium between the supply and demand of fresh professionals in the marine industry is the main reason behind the dearth of jobs, especially for newly graduates. Maritime academies are churning out marine engineers and deck cadets, doing their jobs pretty well and making huge profits, irrespective of the market condition.

    However, they can’t be blamed because one cannot shut the institute for one year and then re-open it again whenever the need arises. Today, the need for deck cadets is less, tomorrow it can be more. So who is to blame? Probably the authority that gives the permission to open new institutes every month is at fault. However, the bottom line is until a balance is created between the demand and supply of seafarers, the scarcity of jobs will persist.

    2. Inability of the Governmental Authority to take Concrete Steps

    Governmental authorities should take concrete steps to solve the issue of unemployment for the fresh graduates. Or else, merchant navy would slowly lose its position as a prospective career option among students (The fact is it has already lost its lustre to a certain extent).

    It is high time the government take a stand to help the freshly graduated cadets and engineers for getting placed in decent companies. Until this is done, both agents and shipping companies will not miss a single opportunity to earn profits from maritime professionals. Government needs to intervene and help these professionals with a decent break.

    3. Lack of References = No Job Offer

    Shocking but true, the trend of getting jobs using references is still a hot favourite method of getting a decent job. There have been several cases wherein average students have got jobs in top shipping companies because they have father or uncle working there as chief engineer or captain; whereas bright students are still jobless because either they don’t have a god father in the industry or lack hundred of dollars to pay as bribe.

    Either ways, an unjust and unfair condition is being created which is eventually making the present situation grimmer. Though people might shout slogans against corruption or even get themselves enrolled in a debate against the same, the fact is, when it comes to personal level, the definition of immorality changes, drastically.

    4. Shipping Companies Showing No Respect for Fresh Graduates

    Let’s face the fact that a certain shipping company hires a fresh graduate with the sole intention and hope to retain him or her as a third officer or a fourth engineer once the necessary certifications are achieved. The companies don’t entertain newly graduates as respect to the degree or training they have. Don’t believe me? Visit a shipping company or a ship and see how the cadets and junior engineers are treated and you would get to know what I mean. We agree that they are fresh and naive, but they are future officers and captains. Give them their due respect.The moral of the story is until the companies stop treating young professionals as “liabilities”, the loyalty will not have a place in employer-employee relationship, leading to reduction in retaining power of the company. Give respect, and get respect in return.

    5. Unwillingness/Inability to Enter a Different Market

    Unlike other fields, wherein graduates have options to enter other industries and domains, a seafarer is left with no other choice than to stick with the same field. Merchant navy is a specialized field, where only two types of people are found – one who loves money and one who loves the sea. So once a person shells out hundreds of dollars for his maritime training, he or she is least interested to explore other fields wherein the starting salary wouldn’t be even half of that offered in merchant navy. Moreover, the glamour attached with the field is also something that holds back maritime professionals to explore other domains. Try talking to a dozen of mariners; each one would talk about leaving the field, but I bet none would do so. Probably that’s why they say, “Once a mariner, always a mariner.” Moral of the story- there are several other opportunities as well. One needs to look beyond his or her mental block.

    But this is just one side of the story. Most of the fresh maritime professionals won’t be able to land themselves with a decent job on land because the skilled they acquired are of no use on land. A marine engineer might be able to find a way, but a deck cadet will have a tough time making his way through the highly competitive market on land.

    6. Improper/Inadequate Training

    This might come a bit blunt on the fresh cadets and engineers. But lately there have been a huge lapse in the quality of cadets and engineers that maritime institutes are producing. Ask shipping companies, and they have a list of complains about fresh graduates. Probably that is just an excuse on their part; probably it is true, but the fact is maritime institutes today are more interested in quantity than quality. They believe a certificate is all that one needs to run a ship at sea, irrespective of the kind of training and skills a mariner has.

    Though it’s true that experience is the best teacher, a fresh seafarer should have the basic skills to ensure his or her safety on ship. Most of the fresh seamen are still “Alice in wonderland” when on ship, increasing shipping companies belief that they really are nothing but “liabilities”. But the cadets and engineers are not the only ones to blame. It’s the slack policies of institutes that are to blame. And until these institutes tighten the loose ends, the shipping companies will not show their trust in the fresh graduates.

    7. Maritime Institutes Flaunting Fake Promises

    How often have you seen maritime institutes flaunting one liner such as 100% placement Guaranteed? Always, right? And how often have you seen the same institutes going back on their words when they are not able to provide placements? Same – always! Like every field, institutes in the marine industry have also learned the ropes of the game to allure more students to their courses. They know how to attract students by giving fake promises or showing big starting salary figures, without debriefing them about their future career or life at sea. Every year more and more students are falling prey to this traps and finding themselves stuck in a catch22 situation. End Result: Dissatisfaction, depression, and of course – the great unemployment! Deck cadets and junior engineers are the lifeline of the maritime industry. With the higher rank holders showing less of interest in the sea life and moving towards land jobs, these fresh graduates would have to be at the helm of the industry one day. It is high time the authority took some drastic steps to give these professionals their due respect and place in the maritime industry.


  • 04/17/12--21:57: Kesalahan dalam filem titanic (chan 1996753)
  • Seriously, mesti ramai yang dah pernah tengok filem Titanic yang sweet ni kan? Maybe ada yang dah tengok lebih daripada 10 kali. Titanic merupakan salah satu filem yang paling berjaya pada zamannya dan berjaya merangkul pelbagai anugerah yang amat berprestij ketika itu.

    Tapi tahukah korang, sebenarnya filem Titanic pun tak lari daripada kesilapan dan kesalahan. So kali ni apa kata korang tengok beberapa kesalahan yang berjaya direkodkan dalam filem Titanic tu. Enjoyy~













  • 04/18/12--05:45: Seks bagi pelaut (chan 1996753)
  • Kehidupan seks bagi pelaut amat berbezaberbangding kehidupan mereka diluar sektor perkapalan terutamanya. 
    (sekadar gambar hiasan)

    Sedikit perkongsian info agama, berkisar tentang bagaimana kehidupan seks bagi pelaut yang berbulan-bulan mahupun bertahun di lautan tanpa mendapat seks yang halal dari pasanganya (isteri). Di sini persoalan yang mungkin dapat merungkai persoalan pelaut Malaysia, malahan mungkin persoalan ini juga bermain difikiran para isteri pelaut.

    Satu soalan ditanya kepada seorang ustaz:

    Assalaamu'alaikum wr wb

    Ustaz yang saya hormati, semoga ustaz sekeluarga dilimpahi keberkatan dari Allah SWT. Dan semoga sentiasa diberi kesihatan agar dapat berdakwah dan mengembangkan syariah islam. Disini saya ada beberapa soalan yang mana mungkin agak jarang didengar kerana bidang pekerjaan saya agak sedikit berbeza dengan orang lain.

    Soalan saya:

    1. Bagaimana kehidupan seks pelaut (yang belayar kapal berbulan-bulan) atau musafir yang mereka sampai berbulan-bulan meninggalkan isteri dirumah? Adakah dengan onani menjadi halal bagi mereka? Kerana pelaut kebanyakan merantau berbulan-bulan diatas kapal untuk mencari rezeki yang halal untuk anak dan ister.

    2. Bagaimana pula dengan para sahabat yang sering bertugas berdakwah atau berperang dalam masa yang lama?




    JAWAPAN:-

    Waalaikumusalam ' warahmatullahi wabarakatuh,

    Barangkali kalau hanya sekadar bekerja di luar negeri tetapi menetap di suatu tempat, masih ada beberapa alternatif penyelesaian. Tetapi yang agak sukar keadaannya bagi para pelaut yang belayar di lautan seperti yang anda sebutkan sebagai contoh.

    Pelaut sememangnya bekerja di tengah-tengah lautan dan terus berpindah dari satu negara ke negara-negara lain. Keadaanya sama sekali mustahil untuk membolehkan mengajak isteri dalam untuk mengikuti mereka, juga tidak mungkin untuk berpoligami di negara-negara lain, kerana sering berubah-berubah tempah dan negara sebab negara yang disinggahinya sangat banyak, tidak mungkin seorang pelaut berkahwin di semua negara yang disinggahinya.

    Walaubagimanapun kesempatan untuk pulang bercuti, waktunya memang pasti tidak terlalu lama (sama ada 1-3 bulan mengikut company). Tidak mungkin boleh memenuhi keperluan seksual yang mana barangkali diperlukannya suatu masa.

    Berbeza dengan pelajar atau pekerja yang menetap di suatu bandar. Masih mungkin bagi mereka untuk berkahwin secara rasmi dengan wanita tempatan, atau mengajak isteri tinggal di luar negeri.


    Mengikut kajian seks yang tidak betul akan mempengaruhi kehidupan individu terbabit.

    Hukum Onani

    Umumnya para ulama sepakat untuk mengharamkannya, dengan pelbagai dalil yang mereka kemukakan. Salah satunya adalah ayat Quran berikut ini:

    Dan orang-orang yang menjaga kemaluannya, kecuali terhadap isteri-isteri mereka atau budak yang mereka miliki, maka sesungguhnya mereka dalam hal ini tiada tercela.Barang siapa mencari yang di balik itu maka mereka itulah orang-orang yang melampaui batas . (Surah Al-Mukminum: 5-7)

    Ayat ini dapat kita simpulkan, bahawa haram hukumnya mendapatkan kenikmatan seksual kecuali dari isteri atau wanita yang dihalalkan Allah. Sedangkan bila kenikmatan itu didapati di luar dari kedua-dua orang di atas, maka hukumnya dilarang.

    Namun Al-Imam Ahmad memberikan pengecualian mengikut fatwa dari Ibnu Abbas radhiyallahu a'nhu . Ibnu Abbas ra pernah ditanya oleh seorang pemuda tentang undang-undang beristimna '(onani), maka beliau menjawab:

    نكاح الأمة خير منه, وهو خير من الزنا

    Menikahi wanita lebih baik dari perbuatan itu (onani), tetapi (onani) lebih baik dari zina.


    Pada waktu lain, beliau didatangi oleh seorang pemuda yang belum berkahwin.Pemuda itu menyatakan bahawa suatu saat dirinya dilanda nafsu seksual yang sangat hebat. Sampai akhirnya dia menggesek-gesekkan kemaluannya hingga terjadi inzal (ejakulasi). Ibnu Abbas kemudian berkata,

    "Hal itu lebih baik dari zina."

    Ada sebuah hadis yang secara terang-terangan menyebut tentang haramnyaistimna ' . iaitu

    ناكح اليد ملعون

    Menikahi tangan (onani) adalah perbuatan terlaknat.


    Namun ternyata hadis ini dihukumi oleh sebahagian ulama sebagai hadis yang tidak ada dasarnya ( laa ashla lahu ).

    Syeikh Said Ramadhan Al-Buthi, ulama besar Syria dan guru besar syariah, ketika ditanya tentang kes onani 'terpaksa' mengatakan bahawa kira-kira jalan tengah dari perbezaan dua pendapat ini bahawa bila seorang hampir tidak boleh terhindar dari zina dan hanya ada satu-satunya jalan untuk menghindarinya adalah dengan onani, maka onani itu lebih baik baginya daripada berzina. Ertinya, onani dibolehkan bagi dirinya kerana kecemasan.

    Barangakali pendapat Syeikh Said Ramadhan Albuthi ini boleh dijadikan sebagai salah satu dasar fatwa untuk kes pelaut yang berbulan-bulan tidak 'bertemu' dengan isteri mereka.




    p/s : Mungkin ada pelaut Malaysia, merasakan tidak berpuas hati dengan  pendapat diatas. Saya bukanlah orang yang arif dalam ilmu agama, pendapat diatas mungkin dapat dibincangkan lebih lanjut dengan guru-guru agama yang bertauliah. Saya sedakar menyampaikan info buat pelaut-pelaut Malaysia=)

    Duit bukalah segalanya, tetapi segalanya memerlukan duit.

    Sebenarnya mitos ini dikatakan sedikit benar dan juga dikatakan kurang tepat. Mengapa dikatakan sedikit benar ?


    Pelaut bukan “Bergaji besar” namun “Bergaji sedikit lebih besar” mengapa? Salah satu jawabanny karana pelaut harus menanggung risiko seperti Mabuk laut, suasana pekerjaan yang cukup berisiko, dan Jauh dari keluarga. Tapi dapatkah orang yang berkerja didarat membayangkan apakah yang kita lakukan ketika menyambut hari ulang tahun, hari perayaan, bagaimana seorang pelaut mengatasi kerinduan terhadap keluarga, dan org yang tersayang?

    Inilah kisah kehidupa seorang pelaut, seharusnya seorang pelaut harus mencintai perkerjaannya sebagai pelaut, kerana jika kita mencitai sesuatu kerjaya, segala kesulitan dapat diatasi dengan mudah.

    Kerjaya pelaut bukan semudah yang disangkan oleh mereka yang tidak pernah merasai sendiri pengalaman naik kapal.

    Lalu mengapa mitos mengatakan “pelaut bergaji besar” juga dapat dikatakan salah?
    Didalam sesebuah kapal terdapat beberapa department iaitu deck, engine dan masakan.Bayangkan gaji kapten ngn gaji OILER atau AB, sungguh jauh berbeza, tapi kenapa mahu menjadi seorang pelaut ?? kerana MINAT atau mugkin "lagi bagus dari tak berkerja"

    Untuk berjaya bukan ia semudah memetik jari, tapi kita sebagai manusia harus berusha untuk mencapai kejayaan, seorang kepten pon takkan dapat menjadi kapten kalau dia tak mula dari mengetok KARAT DI DECK.

  • 04/18/12--14:38: Cinta seorang pelaut (chan 1996753)
  • Cinta pelaut amat tinggi nilainya. Hargailah cinta mereka.

    Ramai orang tahu pelaut sememangnya akan meninggalkan keluarga, anak, isteri, orang tersayang mahupun teman wanita dalam tempoh yang agak lama. Bukan mereka mahu itu terjadi.tapi iulah yang harus pelaut dan orang yg hampir dengan mereka terima.

    Berbalik kepada cinta sang pelaut, siapkah yang layak untuk cinta sang pelaut ini?
    Apa yang boleh saya katakan orang yang paling layak menerima cinta pelaut haruslah seorang yang sangat-sangat istimewa dan luar biasa.

    Kenapa?



    • Bila bercinta pasangan harus mempunyai tahap kesabaran yg tinggi, mempunyi tahap kepercayaan yang tinggi dan harus sentiasa berdoa agar pasangan mereka (pelaut) berada dalam keadaan sihat dan sejahtera serta selamat dalam pelayaran. Dimana mereka semasa sang perempuan memerlukan tempat untuk bermanja? Disinilah terujinya kesabaran hati sang kekasih untuk menerima kekasihnya bergelar pelaut.

    • Bila berumah tangga sememangnya ditahap ini terbuktinya keistimewaan dan luar biasanya pasangan pelaut, semasa pelaut dalam pelayaran maka semua tanggungjawab harus dipikul sendiri oleh isteri. Kekuatan tanpa seorang suami disisi menjalani kehidupan sangat mencabar. Dialah isteri dan dialah suami.

    • Tanpa suami dalam membesarkan anak-anak dan menyelesaikan masaalah tanpa seorang suami disisi adalah tugas yang tak mampu ditanggung oleh sebarangan isteri. Sesungguhnya pelaut pergi meninggalkan pasangannya itu adalah tandanya pelaut sayangkan isterinya dan anaknya kerana mereka sanggup bergelut dengan ombak yang besar demi memberikan nafkah yang halal kepada anak dan isteri mereka, maka hargailah mereka. Jika seseorang sanggup menerima pelaut sebagai pasanganya, maka percayalah CINTA DENGAN SEORANG PELAUT AMAT TINGGI NILAINYA.



    Kepada Pelaut Malaysia terutamanya marilah kita selami sejenak hati dan perasaan pasangan kita,bagaimana dia menempuh hidup tanpa kita disisi, maka hargailah pasangan kita kerana dia yg lebih banyak berkorban untuk kita.




    Dunia pelaut selalunya menjadi milik kaum lelaki. Memang wajar, mengingat kerasnya hidup di atas kapal laut selama berbulan-bulan, ditambah cabaran alam seperti badai yang boleh menyerang tiba-tiba.
    Siapa sangka, sesungguhnya ada wanita-wanita hebat yang tercatat sebagai pelaut ulung. Jom kita tengok siapa antara pelaut wanita anatara kalangan pelaut yang hebat.

     

    1. Grace Malley (1530 – 1603)

    Dianggap salah satu pelaut wanita terbaik di dunia, wanita kelahiran Ireland ini menjadi pelaut secara keturunan selepas kematian ayahnya. Tapi ketika dia melakukan itu, dia tidak hanya turun ke laut untuk melakukan apa yang ia cintai, tetapi juga untuk membuktikan kepada dunia bahawa dia hanya ingin membuktikan bahawa dialah yang terbaik dari semua rakan-rakan lelakinya yang juga pelaut.

    Sejarah dunia mencatatkan Grace sebagai perempuan ”bijak laut” terhebat dunia. Tidak ada yang menyangkal kenyataan bahawa kemahiran berlayarnya lebih baik daripada kebanyakan lelaki pelaut pada waktu itu, maka hal itu akan membuatnya menjadi pelaut terkenal.




    2. Skipper Thuridur

    Thuridur Einarsdottir lahir tahun 1777, terkenal sebagai kapten nelayan wanita dari Iceland.Di usia 11 tahun, ia mula ikut berlayar dengan ayahnya. Sejak itulah kerjayanya sebagai pelaut bermula.




    Dia berjinak ke laut dalam cuaca yang sangat mencabar semakin membuat namanyaterkenal, jolokan ”Skipper” sebagai penanda buku Thuridur adalah seorang kapten (Skipper = kapten) Kerjanya terus sehingga bersara di usia 63. Keunikan Thuridur lain, ia juga mempunyai anak-anak kapal yang juga dari golongan wanita. Begitu hebatnya Thuridur, namanya tetap dikenang sampai sekarang. Replika kabin kapalnya bahkan dibuat di tempat kelahirannya, Stokkeseyri untuk mengenang kehebatannya.

    3. Krystyna Chojnowska- Liskiewicz

    Pada 21 April 1978,sejarah tercatat yang tidak pernah dilupakan di dunia.Krystyna Chojnowska-Liskiewicz, lahir 15 Julai 1936 di Poland adalah pelaut wanita pertama yang belayar sendirian (solo) di seluruh dunia. Dia belayar dari Kepulauan Canary padatarikh 28 Februari 1976, dan kembali pada tarikh 21 April 1978, menghabiskan perjalanan mengelilingi dunia dengan jarak 31.166 batu laut (57.719 km) dalam 401 hari.





    4. Naomi James

    Naomi James lahir di New Zealand di sebuah ladang penternakan, dan tidak tahu bagaimana caranya untuk berenang sehingga usia 23 tahun. Namun dia berjaya memecahkan rekod dunia dengan belayar sendirian (solo) mengelilingi dunia selama 272 hari. Dia belajar belayar dari suaminya sendiri, Rob James yang menikahinya setelah dia kembali dari perjalanan mengelilingi dunia itu.






    5. Kay cottee 

    Khabarnya, Kay disebut sebagai pelaut wanita terbaik zaman sekarang. Pelaut wanita berasal dari Australia ini membuat dunia melihat kehadirannya dari perjalanan keliling dunia dengan belayar sendirian (solo) dalam masa 189 hari. Pelayaran dalam masa 189 hari itu mencipta namanya menjadi pelaut wanita utama yang berjaya mengelilingi dunia dengan belayar sendirian.





    6. Laura Dekker 

    Di abad ke-21, mungkin Laura Dekker boleh dikataka sebagai pelaut wanita termuda yang belayar mengelilingi dunia seorang diri. Bayangkan, ketika itu usianya baru 16 tahun. Sebagai seorang remaja perempuan dari Belanda, Laura tiba di kepulauan Caribbean, SaintMaarten, Sabtu 21 Januari 2012 satu tahun dan satu hari, setelah ia memulakan pelayaran dengan kapal bersaiz 11×5 meter, yang ia beri nama Guppy.


    Remaja Belanda ini merayakan ulang tahun selama perjalanan. Perjalanan mengelilingi dunia ini sempat ditentang oleh jabatan pendidikan Belanda. Alhasil, Guinness World Records menolak untuk mengakui pelayaran itu kerana tidak mahu memancing anak-anak muda lain mengambil risiko.Yang menarik, Laura Dekker sendiri lahir di kapal dan pada usia enam tahun ia telah berlayar melintas tasik seorang diri. Pada usia 13 tahun, ia berlayar dari Belanda ke Inggeris. Ia kemudian memutuskan untuk mencari cabaran lain dengan belayar keliling dunia seorang diri.

    Orang tua Laura pada mulanya menolak tetapi akhirnya bersetuju untuk menyokong permintaannya. Kerajaan Belanda sempat mengajukan kes ini ke mahkamah yang memutuskan untuk mencegah rencana Laura ini kerana ia terlalu muda untuk belayar dilautan seorang diri.Setelah berjuang lama melalui proses undang-undang, Laura akhirnya memenangi hak untuk belayar secara solo.

    IPOH - Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) Negeri bercadang menjalin kerjasama dengan agensi atau institusi pengajian tinggi (IPT) yang menawarkan pengajian berkaitan bidang perkapalan sempena penganjuran Karnival Pendidikan Mara pada masa depan.



    Pengarah Mara Negeri, Rusnah Yusoff berkata, kerjasama itu juga secara tidak langsung akan membantu menarik lebih ramai golongan belia Bumiputera yang jarang menceburi bidang berkenaan.

    Menurutnya, kerjasama itu juga diharap dapat membantu menyediakan peluang-peluang kerjaya dalam bidang berkenaan dalam usaha membantu meramaikan lagi graduan Bumiputera yang dilihat sedikit menceburi bidang pengajian sedemikian.

    “Setelah kejayaan penganjuran Karnival Pendidikan Mara 2012, kita terfikir untuk bekerjasama pula dengan pihak IPT termasuk daripada agensi yang berkaitan dalam bidang perkapalan.

    “Bagaimanapun, kita juga sedia bekerjasama dengan mana-mana pihak yang berminat untuk bekerjasama dengan kita, seperti karnival yang kita anjurkan dengan kerjasama daripada Majlis Bandar Raya Ipoh (MBI) kali ini,” katanya kepada Sinar Harian, semalam.

    Beliau mengulas kejayaan penganjuran Karnival Pendidikan Mara 2012 yang dianjurkan di Stadium Indera Mulia mulai 7 hingga 8 April baru-baru ini.

    Katanya, karnival yang menggabungkan bidang keusahawanan dan pengajian itu diyakini berjaya menyalurkan pelbagai info berhubung kedua-dua bidang berkenaan kepada para pengunjung.

    “Selain dapat melihat dengan lebih jelas skop kerjaya mereka kelak, mereka juga berpeluang melihat beberapa bidang perniagaan kecil-kecilan seperti bidang kosmetik, kraf, kraf tangan termasuk produk makanan,” katanya.


    Sumber: Sinar Harian Online.



    About Geng Kapal

    Geng Kapal ialah satu group yg ahli-ahlinya terdiri dari pelaut Malaysia dan pasangannya. Mula diasaskan di Facebook oleh Cik Sofi dan kini mula berkembang kepada penubuhan satu persatuan. Di blog geng kapal kami berkongsi semua yang berkenaan kehidupan kami. If u are one of us, you are welcome to join us and if u are not one of us, you can learn more about our life here( seafarer and seafarer's wife life). Kami cuma orang biasa yg rezekinya datang nun jauh di laut biru.

    Di Geng Kapal, hanya kami yang melaluinya akan memahami.


    p/s: Jika anda merupakan pelaut Malaysia, Isteri Pelaut, Tunang Pelaut, Awek Pelaut, anda bolehla menyertai group geng kapal ini. Rujuk sini http://gengkapal.blogspot.com/

    Anda boleh lihat  Epaulet rank-rank ditas kapal dari Kadet (uncertified junior officer) hingga kepada Kapten. Begitu juga untuk engine side iaitu dari Kadet(uncertified junir engineer) hingga kepada chief engineer.

    Epaulet menunjukan pangkat seseorang diatas kapal. Seseorang yang berada pelaut harus menghormati pelaut yang lebih berpangkat dari mereka biarpun dibezakan dengan usia. Contohnya Bosun harus respect junior officer biarpun Junior Officer baru 1st Ship dan jauh lebih muda darinya.

    Seniority langsung tidak patut diamalkan seperti di sekolah, "kau muda dari aku so ko kena respect aku".....Biarpun begitu seharusnya mereka yang ada rank yang lebih tinngi dari yang lain seharusnya perlu menghormati mereka dibawah mereka. We all in one ship, we must respect each others. - Malaysia Seafarer


  • 05/03/12--23:26: Dugaan isteri pelaut (chan 1996753)


  • Disaat kita sah berumah tangga..hati mula merancang untuk menimbang cahaya mata..mengimpikan anak yg lahir dari ikatan suci murni antara isteri dan suami..alangkah indah tatkala disahkan sudah berbadan dua..gembiranya hati tidak dpt digambarkan.lebih indah jika saat dikhabarkan berita gembira si suami ada disisi...bersama merasa betapa syukur dan sayunya dikurniakan Allah rezeki yg sangat bermakna ini..tapi adakala,dalam perjalanan selama 9 bulan tu..terpaksa kita menempuhnya sendirian..:(

    Hidup kita sebagai isteri pelaut bukannya mudah.Tiap dugaan dikala mengandung sendirian tanpa suami cukup menguji ketabahan hati.teringat saat saya mengandungkan wafiy dulu.Hubby pergi belayar ketika saya pregnant 4 bulan. Alahan punyalaa teruk. Tiap masa tak kira pagi petang malam muntah jer.Tiap malam masa awal2 hubby pergi tu saya menangis sendirian.sedih sangat..lebih sedih bila mula2 dapat merasa wafiy bergerak..hubby tak ada untuk turut merasa.sayunya hati..Tapi saya kuatkan hati kerana saya tahu ada lagi isteri2 yg senasib dengan saya yg turut kuat menghadapi dugaan ni.Bila saya dah masuk 9 bulan..Hubby kemungkinan besar tidak dapat balik kerana tak ada reliever.saya berdoa sentiasa moga hubby ada dikala saya bertaruh nyawa melahirkan anak kami.

    Alhamdulillah terima kasih pada Asrul iaitu hubby eqa sekarang kerana sudi gantikan hubby. Seingat saya masa tu hubby balik jer dari kapal tanpa ada reliever.kitaorg siap jumpa asrul di stesen bas bahau tuk handing over..hehehe...sian asrul sebab terpaksa sambung tugas hubby yg tergesa2 turun.we owe you asrul. sebab tu laa tiap kalau puan eqa teringin nak makan apa2..akan cuba gak mamawafiy ni usahakan..:)...

    Antara pengalaman yang dapat di share :-

    Faizal Hanani

    "pregnant sensorg.. then br hubby sign off esoknye dh deliver baby.. tk leh minta mkn itu ini ngan hubby. the worse part ble mengidam nk mkn pau daging @ ayam time bln pose last year, dan2 sume kedai tutup.. last2 nanges ngadu kt hubby jela bgtau kempunan nk mkn pau.. huhuhu.. "

    Hasmiza Md Rashid

    "sy alhamdulillah setakat ni xde lg dugaan yg betul2 mencabar...yg paling besar pun just pregnant sorang2...rasanya ramai lg kwn2 yg mcm sy kan...cuma kita as seafarers' wives ni kena kuat mental n fizikal cos kita send...iri yg pilih utk hidup dgn org laut...jd walau mcm mana berat dugaan sekalipun kita tetap kena face dgn hati n fikiran yg tenang...sy dulu masa mengandungkan zahra...semuanya sy urus sorang2...masa tu plak still keja n alahan sy habis bila kandungan dah masuk 5 bln....masa tu nk kata sedih sgt tak la...just tawakal jer...sy start packing baju utk ke hospital masa kandungan 6 bln...1 beg standby dlm keta n 1 beg lg standby kat rumah...no tel pakcik teksi pun sy dah simpan...:-)...mak suruh ambik cuti sebulan awal tp memandangkan position sy x membenarkan sy bercuti pnjg...jd sy tawakal jer...n alhamdulillah sy bersalin after 3 mgu hubby sign off...jd bg sy...walau apa pun yg kita buat or yg kita hadapi...one thing...kita kena sentiasa tenangkan hati n berdoa...plus tawakal...insyaallah Allah sentiasa akan permudahkan segalanya..."

    Zurena Zakaria

    "Sama lah, ena pun dua dua pregnant sengsorang.. semua urus sendiri... g klinik sendiri, mengidam nak makan apa cari sendir, beli brg persediaan baby sendiri... mmg tak sempat nak bermanja-manjaan time pregnant...nasib baik org sekeliling semua sedia membantu.. syukur alhamdulillah... dia balik jerk, seminggu or dua minggu lepas tu terus bersalin... rasanya lagi best dia ada time berpantang...


    apapun, mmg kita harus tabah dan cekal bila memilih sang pelaut menjadi suami...kuat fizikal dan mental.. "


    Harlinda Mohd Mokhtar


    "mase first pregnancy,keguguran...tumpah darah kat ofis...ke hospital kakak dan adik yang uruskan...kena d&c semua...huhuhu...mase pregnant kedua......memang sorang2...dahla mabuk sangat2...keje lagi,drive sampai langgar blkg kete orang cox pening...nasib baik sikit jer...sahur,buke pose sorang2 tu semua perkara biasakan kakak2 semua...mase kapal kena tawan lanun tue,hubby punye kapal x kena...tapi mase hari kejadian..saye dapat kol dari semua orang tanye hubby naik kapal ape....heran saye cox mase tue saye x dengar n tgk news....bile dah tau,terkejut sangat2..tapi alhamdulillah kapal die x kena...tapi memang mase lalu kawasan tue...bile dah konvoi ngan tldm...baru lega rase"


    Yat Ekhram


    "yat pon sama palings sedey mase dapat tau preggy then hubby the last person yg tau cite besh tu coz lost contact dkt sebulan.pastu mabok terokk 3 mth tu dia takde,dgn demam segala alahan sorg2 kat umah.syukur time deliver dia ade & jd mr mama till qies 3 mth..tapi memori preggy tanpa hubby mmg sgt sedey,tak bole lupe.klo igt alik mmg taching + bangga sbb bole harunginyaa.."

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