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Old 02-21-2017, 02:23 PM   #1
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does anyone know if in the offshore catering industry that crew can actually get a good nights sleep like when they get back on land or not? i was thinking of applying to an offshore catering job but dont know if i will get a good nights sleep like in a nice dark and quiet bedroom???????? can anyone please tell me who has worked in the offshore catering industry? rsvp. thank you.
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Old 02-21-2017, 05:07 PM   #2
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not exactly what you are asking but I work on a tug boat and work six hours on and six hours off and no you do not get a good night's sleep that's the simple answer
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Old 02-21-2017, 05:29 PM   #3
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If you get put on a boat the sleep isn't that great. Most of the company's that we had on the boats the cooks say the pay isn't that great and they charge you a fee to take you to the boat and pick you up i think it was a $100 each way. I am not sure about the sleep if you are put on a platform or rig.
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Think you need to look for a different job if you're worried about sleep on a rig or boat.
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Been many a time out on the water I wished somebody'd bring me a sammich.
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Rock on man.

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Old 02-22-2017, 02:09 PM   #7
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so youve worked in offshore catering for the offshore drilling people before? this is what im talking about! so then its not possible to get a good night sleep then? rsvp.
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but im specifically talking about the people who work in offshore catering for offshore drilling personnel.......... are we talking about the same people/employees here? if i want to apply to work for offshore catering that service the offshore drilling employees then im not gonna get a good night sleep then? can you confirm this? rsvp.
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what do you mean a different job???????? i need to have a nice, dark, and quiet room to get a good night sleep, why would you say this?????? rsvp.
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most people in offshore catering that cater to the offshore drilling people are excons??????? rsvp.
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