Cadets complete first phase of seatime on “Captain John K”
Cadet Thamsanqa Khanyile and Thokozani Xolo, under the MCS Training Programme complete their first phase of seatime on “Captain John K” operating in West Africa. The vessel is managed by RKOffshore Management Pte Ltd., Singapore.
Picture: Cadet Thamsanqa Khanyile (left) and Thokozani Xolo (right) at the offices of MCS during their pre-departure briefing not all that long ago.
A further group of TNPA and SAMSA-MCS cadets wave goodbye at MCS offices after departure briefing and preparation to join anchor handling supply tugs in West Africa under the management of RKOffshore.
Cadets L/R: Deck Cadet Manda Monga, Deck Cadet Xoliswa Madotyeni, Engine Cadet Zama Nxumalo, Deck Cadet Tankiso Kheswa.
Two will join the "Ingrid K", one joins the "Captain John K" and one cadet will embark the "Raghnild K" all operating in Angola.
Big smiles from engineering cadets Ziphozethu Khumalo and Gugulethu Xaba attending pre departure briefing at MCS offices and ready to depart for Angola on 30 April to join their first vessel the RKOffshore anchor handling supply tug "Mari K".