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Post  Admin Sun May 27, 2012 9:11 pm

All of our garden furniture is suitable for outdoor use in all weathers, but there's a wide selection of materials and finishes. Outdoor Furniture

If you're a fan of traditional wooden furniture, take a look at our classic teak range – a slow-growing hardwood that will stand the test of time. For those who are looking for something ultra contemporary and stylish, we've got a superb selection of rattan effect furniture that will really make an impression.

We also have many more ranges in other materials which are comfy, hard-wearing, low maintenance and excellent value for money, such as aluminium, metal and mesh or other mixed materials.

There really is something for everyone's garden. This guide explains a little more about the different types of garden furniture we offer and will help you choose which one is right for your needs.

The top 10 examinees in the Chief Mate Licensure Examination (Written Phase) are: 1. Arnold Republica Villarosa, VMA Global College (formerly Visayan Maritime Aca.), 88.40; 2. Marx John Mendez Madrid, Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 88.20; 3. Vincent Anthony Daligdig Jamero, University of Cebu, 88.00; 4. Rommel Malaga Celis, Saint Therese-Mtc College-Tigbauan, 87.60; 5. Rolando Vasquez De Goma, Philippine Merchant Marine School-Las Piñas, 86.80; 6. Tomas Lumanlan Oida Jr., Mariners Polytechnic College Foundation-Baras, 86.00; 7. Jessie Labastilla Durango, University of Cebu, 85.80; Michael Clemente Zamudio, Philippine Maritime Institute-Manila, 85.80; 8. Melphen Señeris Bagat, Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 85.60; Robert Rabadon Don, Philippine Maritime Institute-Manila, 85.60; 9. Inocencio Dalmacio Estrullo, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University-Arevalo, 85.40; and 10. Alex Cadabos Caderao, Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences & Technology, 85.20. Marine Deck

The top 10 examinees in the Officer-in-Charge of a Navigational Watch Licensure Examination (Written Phase) are: 1. Ronel Aleria Hugo, Philippine Maritime Institute-Manila, 92.80; 2. Henry Tablizo Hernaez Jr., Philippine Merchant Marine School-Las Piñas, 92.20; Renmiel Dahunan Lepaopao, University of Cebu, 92.20; 3. Amiel Jan Yuzon Villa, Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation-Lucena City, 92.10; 4. Jayson Villacrusis Limboy, Manuel S. Enverga Univ.

Foundation-Lucena City, 91.90; 5. Dominick Benig Chavenia, Mariners Polytechnic College Foundation-Rawis, 91.80; Jansen Zepeda Tropa, Philippine Merchant Marine School-Las Piñas, 91.80; 6. Marlon Rey Villamayor, Philippine Maritime Institute-Manila, 91.40; 7. Ure Calo Acasio, Misamis Institute of Technology, 91.30; 8. Clemente John Gervaña Camporedondo, University of Cebu, 91.20; 9. Johnny Ray Bare Tare, DMMA College of Southern Philippines (For.Davao Merchant Ma), 91.00; and 10. Joseph Marie Diongzon Dablo, Baliwag Maritime Academy, 90.90.

The Professional Regulation Commission has released the November 2011 Marine Deck Officer board exam results as PRC announced that 64 out of 123 passed the Master Mariner Licensure Examination, 166 out of 361 passed the Chief Mate Licensure Examination and 461 out of 926 passed Officer-In-Charge of a Navigational Watch Licensure Examination given by the Board for Marine Deck Officers in Manila this November 2011. A total of 59 examinees are exempted from taking the practical examinations as they opted to submit a Certificate of Training and Certificate of Assessment in the Ship Simulator and Bridge Teamwork (SSBT).

Commands Army Class A1 vessels operating on lakes, bays, sounds, and coastal waters. Responsible for proper operation of vessel including discipline of crew and seaworthiness of vessel. Navigates vessel using nautical charts, area plotting sheets, compass, sextant, terrestrial bearings, and electronic navigational aids. Directs course of vessel to avoid surface and underwater hazards, to include areas where ice is seen or reported. Directs operation of ship-to-shore radio and visual communication systems. Directs fueling, blasting, trimming operations, and cargo stowage. WPC decking boards


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