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หัวหน้า MAKOi Seaman Vlog Into the Galley of a Cargo Ship ในตอนนี้ ผมจะแสดงให้คุณเห็นถึงบทบาทสำคัญของอาหารบนเรือ มีอะไรให้อิ่มท้องไม่พอ แต่ต้องอิ่มอร่อยด้วย! และใครคือคนที่รับผิดชอบงานนี้? ที่ตกเป็นของแผนก Galley: หัวหน้าพ่อครัวและเมสแมน .

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Into the Galley of a Cargo Ship | Seaman Vlog
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  1. Chief MAKOi says:

    This is how the food is prepared onboard a cargo ship. It really plays a very important role in keeping the morale of the crew high. I do hope you guys enjoy the video. It will premiere on November 2, 2018 at 1pm, Manila time. If you have any suggestions or requests on what you want to see next in my videos, just drop a comment and if I like it, I'll do it! Don't forget to hit the "LIKE" button! And I'd appreciate if you tell your friends about my channel. We just passed 20K subscribers yesterday and I'm hoping our community will grow bigger! Thanks for your support!

  2. Jairo Felerino says:

    Chief MAKOi is an online mentor for me as an aspiring seafarer in the engine department. Been watching your videos. That’s why I took the leap to take a bridging program from BS Mechanical Engr to BS Marine Engineer. Looking forward to meet you Chief! Your videos are educational, entertaining and inspiring! Kudos!

  3. Kate Cole says:

    Having all the crew being from the same country must make life easier for the Galley staff. If you had people from all over it would be a lot harder to keep everyone happy.

  4. Aaron Kuminski says:

    Id love to try to be a ships cook or assist my father had a restaurant from when I was born til 27 I assisted in the kitchen learned quite a bit I am told I have the taste to become a skilled chef from working in that field and assisting as a child. I live on the great lakes and have always wanted to take a job on a lake ship at least for one summer im 36 and looking seriously thinking of applying to see if I have a chance

  5. Ben Jurqunov says:

    Way back when..
    Ship Crews would come ashore in a lifeboat while waiting anchored.
    They would walk to town for beer and have barbeque on my beach. (my property went to waters edge, I had about 500m )
    They went right by my farm, I always tried to say ’hi’, make them feel welcome and give them a lift to town if I wasn’t busy.

  6. Marc Cabatic says:

    I really like to work in galley in cargo than galley in a cruise ship. 😔 coz in cargo you will serve food for certain people you might get close. Than serving food for thousands of passenger. 😅

  7. MOHAMMAD MIAN says:

    chief you said it all the nothing but the truth. This kitchen crew works 7days nonstop to make sure all the crew members are fed well and stay happy. I hope all the seamen do appreciate this fact

  8. Joshua Weller says:

    Love this
    ALL HAIL the Catering crew!!.
    18 years at sea and still enjoying it!!
    Navy > fishing vessels in Tasman Sea > Offshore rig tenders on the Australian Coast..
    Love to all my Seaman comrades!!

  9. SharkBait 13 23 says:

    as an aspiring chef and baker who has always had a love for the sea and ship. working the galley, would be what allows me to be a chef and work on a ship. though i still have some time to think since im still in highschool lol.
    love your videos and all the work that goes into them!

  10. Joghurt2499 says:

    A good friend of mine spend a good while on a schooling ship as a teen. Someone failed to secured the soup pot and she got scolding hot tomato soup poured into one of her boots on high seas. That left some nasty burns but her foot was fine after a while and she continued her voyage.
    I have terrible emetophobia (fear of throwing up) that gets triggered by all sorts of normal things, like people spitting or on particularly bad days the sound of plastic bags or just eating food so I avoid ships of heavier seas if I can help it. I have a huge amount of respect for people who work on ships. I totally agree with the notion that "there are no simple jobs on a ship" and I dearly wish I could tolerate the whole vomiting thing a lot better because I honestly love being on water. I have a sailing license for lakes which is probably the furthest I will go in this lifetime lol

  11. Van says:

    I found your channel on the evergiven situation, been binge watching your videos in the morning with my coffee, watching your videos evolve has been interesting, they went from humble vlog to what honestly from this and the last one looks like a funded crew production. 👏👏great job!

  12. The Obvious MRE says:

    First time watching your videos, Very impressed with your approach, your desire to share the journeys and to share some of the bad. I definitely subscribed and will be a loyal watcher! Good day to you and safe travels and blessings.

  13. ryan horow says:

    Ì like The work these people its hard sø i hope thier family ķnow what They have done 4them I would love to be ģiven å çhañçe STAY Safe my your god go with you you

  14. Died 4 US says:

    Growing up, I had one meal a day until I left home at 17. I would get lucky and go to my grandparents on weekends, and then got to eat normal, but going to school hungry is rough. I live in the US, and the struggle is across the world. I f you know the good Book, you know the time is coming, and many more will starve. God bless.

  15. necroslair says:

    When I was younger my dad used to tell me about the salt ships that called at the factory where he was a purchasing agent. He got to know some of the crews and they told him how when they came into port that the local harbor pilot would make them buy provisions at a local grocery store which – conveniently – was owned by the head of the harbor pilots association. They would tell him that as soon as the pilot left the ship and was out of sight they would toss the food they were forced to buy overboard – it was that bad. My dad agreed and didn't blame them for doing it…

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