Krabolov, who had a salary of 600 thousand rubles a month, left and gave a reason
Renat Besolov, who earned 600 thousand a month, resigned for charity
28-year-old Renat Besolov from Moldova, who earns 600 thousand rubles a month on a Norwegian crab boat in the Barents Sea, quit his job and plans to do charity work. He made this announcement while talking to Lenta.ru.
According to Besolov, he is ending his last days and leaving the sea. It takes a lot of time to catch crabs, which he now needs for a new project. “Blockchain technology, and all kinds of tokens, and charity, and there will be a certain level of reputation that people will start to get when they start showing social activity,” Krabolov explained.
Besolov worked for the Norwegian company for about four years. At this time, he earned almost half a million dollars – about 480 thousand. Earnings from crab fishing allowed 28-year-old Besolov to start his own project. “The Crabbucks project,” he admitted.
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At the current dollar rate, Renat Besolov earned four years in the crab business
Snow crabs are still in price, although the price for them has dropped slightly this year, Besolov shared. “China bought everything cheaply from Russia under the sanctions, because Russia could not sell anywhere else, and now China sells Russian crabs a little cheaper than usual, but Japan, South Korea, America and European Union countries also buy on an industrial scale,” he said. Lenta. Interlocutor of ru.
In an interview in 2021, Renat Besolov told how he became a crab catcher with a salary of 600 thousand rubles a month. Before going to sea, “like any self-respecting Moldavian” Besolov came to Moscow after school to work on a construction site. There he was paid a thousand rubles a day.
Entering the university and the sea, Besolov chose the latter. He could easily enter the northern fishing company. But adjusting to the ship was not so easy, but over time he got used to the grueling 12-hour shifts. “Those 12 hours include sleep, food, shower and everything else. And the most difficult thing is to survive 12 hours of this work, because the speed of work, the conveyor, there are five people on deck, and if you make at least one mistake, you will destroy everything, “said Besolov in an interview with Lente. ru
Besolov noted that, in addition to the inhumane workload, working on a crab boat in the Barents Sea is fraught with high risk, which is partly why crab fishermen are paid so much there. Due to persistent frostbite, clothes are worn with holes and gloves are washed. It puts a heavy burden on health. Moreover, crab fishermen risk their lives every day by setting traps in the sea. Besolov himself almost died once when caught in the clutches of a life jacket for one of these traps. He was literally rescued at the last moment.
For four years, Besolov regularly went on flights lasting up to six months. On the floor, his wife, whom he met on the Internet, was waiting for him. Now, after her dismissal, she is “the happiest,” admits Besolov.
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