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    Delaware River Commercial Traffic
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    Published on May 2, 2014
    Delaware River Commercial Traffic April 2014
     
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    Delaware River Ships and Tugs
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    More Delaware River Ships Tugs 2014
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    Delaware River Pilots
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    Published on May 20, 2013
    A story I shot on the Delaware river pilots, very cool people who have a very important job. Every cargo ship that has to get anywhere up the Delaware River gets a pilot delivered to it while in the Delaware Bay, who guides it up through the narrow shoals
     
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    CRUISIN' THE DELAWARE RIVER
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    Uploaded on Jul 2, 2011
    Went cruising on the Delaware River with my Buddy in his 24 ft Four Winns Horizon Boat.
     
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    Going out the Indian River Inlet to the ocean (Delaware)
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    Boat fishing Indian River Inlet Delaware
     
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    "World on Water" March 24 17 Sailing News TV WMRT OZ, J Class, Maltese Falcon more
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    Published on Mar 23, 2017
    In this week's WoW the WMRT is on Perth Australia looking for the "Fremantle Doctor" and sometimes finding it, the teams for this year's Volvo Ocean Race are putting their boats in the water and Dongfeng announces their mixed crew, the French are the winners at the Stars, Franck Cammas dunks his new Americas Cup boat, highlights of the TP 52's Miami Royal Cup, the awards are given out at the RYA Dinghy Show and we highlight the fabulous J Class yachts at the St Barth's Bucket Regatta on a sparkling Saturday. Even the Maltese Falcon make a stunning appearance. Watch this as it is ultimate boat "eye-candy"
     
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    New megaship MSC Rifaya swings and sails from Felixstowe; 23 March 2017
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    MSC's latest ultra Large container ship, MSC Rifaya, swings and sails from the Port of Felixstowe after her maiden call.
     
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    ALP FORWARD (tug) aankomst/aanmeren scheveningen 25-3-2017
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    ALP FORWARD (tug) binnenkomst en aanmeren kade visafslag
    Scheveningen 25-3-2017
     
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    ALP FORWARD (tug) naar haar ankerplaats 26-3-2017
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    Na 1 etmaal binnen te hebben gelegen (scheveningsehaven)
    ging de ALP FORWARD (TUG) weer terug naar de ankerplaats ten hoogte van wassenaar zuidholland (nl) 26-3-2017
     
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    Great Lakes Freighter Whitefish Bay
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    Great Lakes Freighter Whitefish Bay leaving the Poe Lock in the Soo. 3-29-27
     
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    Great Lakes Freighter Philip R Clarke
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    Great Lakes Freighter Philip R Clarke up bound on the St. Marys River in the Soo. 3-29-17
     
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    Purvis Marine Limited Tug Anglian Lady and Barge PML9000
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    Purvis Marine Limited tug Anglian Lady and Barge PML9000 down bound at Mission Point on the St Marys River
     
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    When Mother Nature knows you're Leaving La Vagabonde FOREVER! Ep. 79
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    Published on Mar 27, 2017
    GOOD BYE LA VAGABONDE. Wow, what a journey it has been. She's shown us many beautiful countries and taken us to places we never thought we'd visit. But best of all, she's been home. It was an emotional few days, but the excitement for this new chapter in our lives kept the tears from falling. See you later lover. Hello France!! Stay tuned.... a huge thanks to Port Whangarei Marina for being legends and especially to Brad for helping us out http://portwhangarei.com

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    10:32 Fugitive & the Vagabonde - Time Travelin’ Blues
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    Sailing Nandji - Ep 26, Preparing the yacht to cross oceans
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    In this episode of Sailing Nandji, We are preparing our sailboat for her first ocean crossing. Bonita goes up the mast for the first time to measure for a new headsail. We follow on from our last episode as Yosh fibreglasses and paints over the huge hole in Nandji where rot had been cut out of the deck. We measure up for a new sail bag and head to Kore Sails to make it.

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    Shabby a.k.a The Evil Dinghy - Ep. 44 RAN Sailing
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    This might be the funniest and scariest footage we have so far! Shabby (our dinghy) has his own mind and seems like he can be a bit evil ;) Luckily everything went all right with both Johan and the outboard engine. In this episode we explore some more of Dominica, where we also met the YouTube channel Ocean Around and then we sail north to Terre De Haut in Iles Les Saintes, south of Guadeloupe. Beautiful island and once again we get welcomed with carnival.

    We are a Swedish couple who wanted a different kind of life. So we moved aboard our sailboat RAN, a custom built aluminium Beason 40, and untied the lines in the middle of the Swedish winter and started to sail south along the coast of Europe. There is no set route and we will go where the wind and our minds takes us.

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    A Golden Moment... Our First Sail on our New Yacht! Ep. 80
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    Published on Mar 30, 2017
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    We made it to France, only to figure out it was a Sunday and we couldn’t get the keys for the dock to go and see La Vagabonde. It actually killed us a little inside. But after some serious hours of spying going on, soon enough we got to check her out. She’s a bloody beauty guys and we really couldn’t be happier. Join us in La Grande Motte for the beginning of our new boat celebrations. A HUGE thanks to the team at Outremer for all of the hard work and love that was put into our boat. You guys are the greatest. Elayna and Riley xo

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    World on Water March 31 17 Sailing News TV Show. Etchells, AC, John Bertrand,Princesa Sofia, more
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    Published on Mar 30, 2017
    Last week in the sailing WoW the WMRT concluded in Perth with a Southern Hemisphere romp, the girls won the Victorian Etchells Championships at thr Royal Brighton Yacht Club, 19 boats turned out for the Australian Yachting Championships in Sydney, John Bertrand the Americas Cup winner and World Etchells Champion talks to the WoW on all things sailing, the Red Bull Youth Americas Cup ramps up in Bermuda 833 sailors turn out for the Trefeo Princesa Sofia in beautiful Palma in Mallorca and the French Americas Cup team get down to business in Bermuda. A great week, last week globally for sailing.
     
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    Your Ship has Probably Been Cyber Attacked Already

    March 31, 2017 by Editorial


    By George Ward

    (ECDIS Ltd.) – I predict that the first catastrophic maritime cyber incident will not be the result of a direct attack on a safety critical specific piece of equipment. It will be the result of an infection on a random PC, perhaps an unassuming email to a crew member, whose PC is either connected to the vessels internal ‘super highway’ or he transmits the infection internally whilst it lies dormant. Crypto locker, or Ransomware software (used by thousands of hackers) are easily available to download on the dark web, neither of which may necessarily attack the equipment they infect, they can lie dormant and infect connected equipment when nobody expects. You have been warned! Watch the video link at the end of this article to see an attack on maritime equipment in real time.

    Cyber-attack is the current buzzword. It is known by some as an industry killer and even as the potential cause of the next world war, but thought by others to be a myth. So where does the maritime industry stand in all of this?

    In the main, but certainly not universally, the maritime industry has a dismal record in its slow and painful transition from paper and analogue methods of shipping to new innovative technologies when compared to industry rivals like aviation. But why is this and how could it affect cyber security in the maritime arena? Or have some seafarers not even evolved enough to be talking about it yet, let alone implementing new cyber procedures on board ship. We have all met `that Captain` who is nervous about `the machines on his ship`.

    Whilst the maritime Industry doesn’t seem to have been strategically targeted in terms of the vessels themselves, there is now plenty of talk of `accidental` or naive seafarers accepting a generic phishing email that goes on to attack their computers.

    Major corporations like Google and Yahoo have release statements stating they were deliberately hacked. The question is what will be first for the maritime industry, the deliberate or strategic hacking of an individual ship, or the shipping corporation as a whole. There has been a call for cyber specialists to come and give answers to the potentially very real dangers facing the industry that could not only damage reputations, but cause disruption to trade worth billions of pounds to the industry. Not all is lost though, as long as we can move the industry forward to cope with the digital world we live in today.

    Cyber Security was a hot topic in 2016 – however now we are in 2017, and the seafaring community are becoming more aware of what can potentially happen. There is a real threat for cyber activists to start gaining and changing sensitive shipping data from our onboard equipment. Such as changing the vessels route to cause a grounding, gaining access to digitally controlled engine rooms and causing alarm mute whilst an engine fails or even catches fire due to a ‘manual’ overload by the hacker.

    With more and more companies looking for insight into how to stop attacks from occurring, the main area of concern is the lack of security awareness by both companies and employees as they have been taken aback by the swift rise in the industry’s threat level from cyber security; almost non-existent just a few years ago to today’s high alert. It is expected that shipping companies and independent vessels could be next on the list for major cybercrime activity as it is as yet mainly unexplored territory for hackers who are only now starting to realise its huge potential as a target. Attacks now have the capability to obtain sensitive ECDIS, AIS and GPS data, to name but a few, so it is vital that the correct procedures and processes are in place to stop the worst from happening.

    The scary part; 51% of US adults suffered some kind of data security incident between December 2015 and December 2016. In 2015 there were 781 reported major company data breaches in the US alone due to cyber-attacks which combined cost companies $400 billion. These are only the reported data breaches. Sadly there is often an element of ‘sweeping under the carpet’ in all industries. This total will continue to rise if the maritime industry, where the proportion of those of digital native age is far lower, do not adapt to ever changing technology and the major security threats it brings with it. Overall, the predicted cost of cyber-attacks in 2019 is estimated at a colossal $2.1 trillion.

    The issue, alongside a lack of awareness by employees and users of operating systems, is the development speed of technology. This digital age of super computers, 4D printing and nano technology is like no other and is proving to be self-accelerating, i.e. one technology is put into operation while the next generation, more powerful and innovative, is being produced, thereby creating an always expanding, developing and aggressive cycle. But, due to the speed of production, this process can lead to an unstable, unsecure and untrusted platform, as it is not able to keep up with ever changing threats. After years of this development, technology companies are starting to adapt to the issue by developing and applying software updates weekly which try to manage security flaws within the software, while changes to future developments can help manage the constantly increasing cyber-crime threat; until the next global threat takes place or takes over.

    Some Maritime software manufacturers have used a physical security method of “locking out” their systems in order to intercept physical security threats altogether, however this ironically increasing the complication of applying security software updates! This restriction can complicate a shipping company’s decision to have an integrated bridge system due to issues with syncing and communication between different software manufacturers; also meaning only specialised engineers and trained software technicians are allowed to apply updates, causing additional issues. Restrictions like these could mean that your system is 80% more susceptible to cyber threats.

    First off, the solution is simple; but it will cost you, which no one likes to do unless it’s necessary. Only some companies feel that cyber security is important enough to invest into it. Nevertheless you will watch multiple companies become complacent and unconcerned about the real threat in the water, until it becomes a reality, and the organisation comes grinding to a halt. In reality, if you spend as much on coffee as you do on cyber security measures, you will be hacked. It is alleged that almost every company in the World has already been hacked, or if not, will be soon. The Director of the FBI, James Comey had the following to say on Chinese hackers: “There are two kinds of big companies in the United States. There are those who’ve been hacked by the Chinese and those who don’t know they’ve been hacked by the Chinese.”

    This is the world as it is and therefore we need to change with it, not be ten steps behind. First, we know the industry is struggling from sector to sector, but cyber attacks will only make it worse, so the first move is ensuring everybody is educated in cyber security awareness. Preferably starting from the top and working down so the entire seafaring community can spot a cyber-attack and know what action to take in response. Experienced educational companies exist that offer in-depth, classroom based courses in the subject of cyber security. ECDIS Ltd also offers the first maritime based cyber security awareness course with the aim of bringing the industry up to speed. Elements of all their BTM, BRM and even ECDIS courses now include cyber prevention and awareness modules.

    Countless companies are missing the correct procedures when it comes to security. A robust IT security policy is highly recommended, as this allows employees and users of all IT equipment to be clear as to how company data and information should be used on IT equipment. It’s not just small companies either that struggle in this war against cyber activists. Large corporations are also at major exposure risk, primarily due to not having a dedicated IT and security team. It is recommended that a company appoints a cyber security chief to implement and respond to all cyber security related issues or system flaws that may be found. This is so one person has ultimate responsibility for implementing and maintaining all cyber security measures within the company thus ensuring consistency of approach.

    Cyber security attacks are incorrectly thought of as attacks that occur just over the internet due to the wrong security measures being taken; however lack of physical security can also be a major factor in the cause of industry changing attacks. During the twentieth century a majority of attacks occur due to people not taking the correct measures to keep our IT equipment safe, another reason why we need everyone to be aware of what’s coming. It really is as easy as someone to come into your reception and ask you to ‘print off a copy of their CV’ from a USB stick, which is actually infected with multiple viruses, this could ultimately allow someone else complete control of your businesses entire network and therefore most likely, thereby destroying it.

    In summary, cyber security isn’t an issue we can ignore, it may not be heard of yet as giving direct threats towards our vessels but this will come in time when noticed by any cybercrime activists who either want to damage the industry or cause major damage to infrastructure or even human life. It can be averted. Many, if not all, shipping companies have some form of internal networked server that allows for all of their computers to communicate and send and save files between them, and therefore also connect to the internet, so with the improper procedures in place it could be easy for anyone keen to infect an ‘auxiliary’ piece of equipment that connects to the ‘primary’. Think of the random software updates that happen every day, for example to an engine room sensor test, or to the bridges digital anemometer that may appear non safety critical, but they are connected to safety critical systems. We often concentrate and develop robust procedures purely for the few safety critical pieces of equipment, but the attack will take place on a tertiary system that is connected to it.

    Watch the following YouTube clip to see a live attack on standard maritime equipment:



    http://gcaptain.com/your-ship-has-probably-been-cyber-attacked-already/
     
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    Tanker Nicos Tomasos passing Canvey, 31 March 2017.
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    Greek Tanker Nicos Tomasos heading upstream towards Purfleet, passing Canvey Island, Friday 31st March 2017.
     
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    Maiden call - MSC Tina on the Thames, 31 March 2017 (revised).
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    MSC's latest monster container ship, MSC Tina, made her UK and Northern European maiden call on the afternoon of Friday 31 March 2017, at DP World London Gateway.
    Filmed passing Canvey Island, Essex.
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    MSC Topaz, ex-Hanjin Europe, arrives and swings at Felixstowe, 29 March 2017
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    Looking empty, the ship previously known as Hanjin Europe arrives at the Port of Felixstowe for her first call as MSC Topaz.
     
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    KITTY MET ZEILBOOT OP EEN MOOIE ZONDAG SCHEVENINGEN 2-4-2017
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    SCH 35 WIMPIE TONY binnenhaven scheveningen 27 -3 -2017
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    SCH 35 WIMPIE TONY SCHEVENINGEN 27-3-2017 Aanwinst voor scheveningen mooie kleur o a.
     
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    360° Tour of the Entire Engine Room!!
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    As request by so many engine cadets & redditors! A virtual tour around the ship's engine room, where we explore each engine decks and the engine room layout. Showing you the machinery,pumps, generators, tools ,equipment and engines.

    Follow my life at sea on Instagram @Jeffrey.HK

    =====Non-360 Tour of Mega Ship's Engine Room=====
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    =====Navigation Bridge of a Mega Ship=====
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    =====360° Video - Bridge of the 323m Mega Ship =====
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    =====10 Reasons Why Maritime SUCKS =====
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    =====HEAVY SEAS! Bad Weather in Atlantic Ocean=====
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    =====Cargo Operations on Ship=====
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    =====Top 6 Questions about Merchant Marine=====
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    A Tour of Mega Ship's Engine Room
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    In which I show you around our ship's Engine Room
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    =====HEAVY SEAS! Bad Weather in Atlantic Ocean=====
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    =====Cargo Operations on Ship=====
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    =====Playing with 100 Fire Extinguishers=====
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    =====Top 6 Questions about Merchant Marine=====
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    =====Chipping and Painting=====
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    =====Sail Through Suez Canal=====
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    =====Beautiful Hong Kong 4K Timelapse=====
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    The Big Splash Party! Q&A and Boogying the Night Away Ep. 81
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    Published on Apr 3, 2017
    What a weekend!! Full Q&A video available on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/lavagabonde
    Join us in France as we celebrate and bless our new boat La Vagabonde. It really is true that we all die, but not all have lived… What a journey it has been. Also a special thanks to Philippe Baudet for capturing moments we could have never gotten with his cameras, yourself and Emily are so kind. I know we said it 1000 times throughout the episode, but thank YOU. Thank you to our friends and family, people who flew from all over the world to join us and the team at Outremer, especially Matthieu for always believing in us. We love you all!!!! And we couldn’t be happier.
    Enuf about that though, we’re in the new boat lets go check out some places!!! Where should we go?

    Photo thumbnail credit by the one and only amazing: http://www.robinchristol.com/

    Song Credits:
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    04:43 Alon Barak - 3 boats, 1 sea https://soundcloud.com/alonbarakmusic
    09:36 SONG I COVER: Dancing in the Dark - Bruce Springsteen
    10:12 SONG I COVER: 1996 - The Wombats
    19:04 I have no idea, the DJ played it so if anyone knows please let me know, it’s groovy as!!

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    Riding the Star Dalmatia with the Quoddy Pilot into Eastport
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    Published on Apr 3, 2017
    We are in Passamaquoddy Bay, on board the Quoddy Pilot boat North Sea, where we see the bulk cargo ship Star Dalmatia, as she steams towards her next destination, which is Eastport, Maine. Currently, the ship is in Canadian waters. We will get on board the ship here, take it around Campobello Island, back into US waters, and into Estes Head in Eastport. Today, Star Dalmatia is carrying 18500 Metric Tons of clay, and will be loaded with 20000 Metric Tons of wood pulp here in Eastport, where she will then depart for the Far East, where both ingredients will be used to make high quality printing paper for magazines and other periodicals. Star Dalmatia is an open hatch bulk cargo ship. She is a Navarra-class bulk carrier, owned and operated by The Bertling Group of Hamburg, Germany, and is currently being chartered out to Grieg Star Shipping. She was laid down and launched in 2011. She is 656 feet long, 106 feet in breadth, and at the time of arrival, was drawing 27.5 feet. She is powered by a Mitsubishi 6UEC50LSE, rated at 13356 horsepower at 124 RPM, and she is capable of doing about 14 knots. Throughout the video, we see the ship as it heads through the waters towards Eastport. Eventually, Eastport Port Authority's tugboats Ahoskie and Jane McAllister (chartered to EPA by McAllister), arrive and assist in turning us around to face to sea, and to get us into our berth at Estes Head, where we get to see the line handlers do their work. Ahoskie is powered by a Fairbanks-Morse 38 1/8D, and Jane McAllister is powered by a turbocharged EMD. Enjoy the sounds of the ship, the commands given by the pilot, and the tugboats doing their work. If you have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are welcome. The videos were taken on April 2nd, 2017.
     
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    LAKE ONTARIO on Lake Superior
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    Antigua flagged LAKE ONTARIO, formerly FEDERAL MANITOU, is the first salty of the season. She will load grain at Riverland AG.
     
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    ALGOLAKE Choppy Sea
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    ALGOLAKE arrives in Duluth. She is coming rom winter layup in Thunder Bay Ontario Canada.
     
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    CSL LAURENTIEN Arrives in Superior Wisconsin
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    CSL LAURENTIEN arrives in Superior to load at Burlington Northern taconite facility.
     
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    The Suez Canal Experience
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    Published on Apr 4, 2017
    This is the ultimate experience of crossing the Suez Canal from the Mediterreanean Sea through to the Red Sea. See exactly what happens onboard a cruiseship, in the comfort of the Bridge deck with the Captain, Suez Canal pilots, and bridge officers. The Captain will keep you up to date with exactly what's going on during this 12 hour sail. You can't get any closer than this!
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    Wodowanie trawlera AINE w stoczni Nauta
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    Published on Mar 31, 2017
    Drugie w tym roku wodowanie w Stoczni Remontowej Nauta. Tym razem to częściowo wyposażony statek rybacki m/v AINE. Jednostka przeznaczona jest dla duńskiego klienta Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS.
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    sch 35 en sch 40 naar zee.Scheveningen 6-4-2017
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    SCH 35 WIMPIE RONY en SCH 40 ROSANNE naar de visgronden
    Scheveningen 6-4-2017


     
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    World on Water April 07 17 Global Sailing News. Maxi Foiler, ExSS Act 1, VOR Social Media more
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    Published on Apr 6, 2017
    In this week's WoW we have the video of the build of the Maxi 30 meter foiling trimaran Edmond de Rothschild by the Gitana Team, the first Act for 2017 of the Extreme Sailing Series in Oman, this year's Volvo Ocean Race will have the punters on Social Media interact with the teams to tell them where to go, we profile the French Supersailor Franck Cammas of the AC Groupama team, the Trofeo Princesa Sofia wraps outside the Cathedral in Palma Mallorca and the fabulous BVI Spring Regatta was on in the Caribbean.
     
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    Frachtschiffreise - Unterwegs mit MS "CONMAR GULF" März/2017
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    Der Film zeigt meine 15 tägige Reise mit MS "CONMAR GULF". Die Tour verlief wie folgt: Hamburg - Antwerpen - NOK - Kokkola (Finnland) - Oulu (Finnland) - Kemi (Finnland) - NOK - Hamburg. eines der Highlights dieses Filmes ist die Eisfahrt, z.T. mit Eisbrecher im hohen Norden Finlands.
    The film shows my 15 day trip with MS "CONMAR GULF". The tour was as follows: Hamburg - Antwerp - NOK - Kokkola (Finland) - Oulu (Finland) - Kemi (Finland) - NOK - Hamburg. One of the highlights of this film is the tour through the ice with icebreaker in the far north of Finland
     
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    Lost in Les Saintes - Ep. 45 RAN Sailing
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    Published on Apr 7, 2017
    "These shoes are made for walking"... Well maybe not with flip flops when you're hiking in the forest ;) Join us as we explore Terre De Haut in Les Saintes by walking up and down the hills. It's such a beautiful island and so colorful. Then we sail to Guadeloupe along the west coast of Basse Terre to the anchorage in Deshaies where Malin bakes a tasty galley bread.

    Galley bread á la Carpe Diem á la RAN:
    8 dl (3,38 American cups) wheat flour
    2 dl (0,84 cups) rye flour or other kind of whole grain
    25 gr (0,88 oz) dry yeast
    5 dl (2,11 cups) water around 40 C
    2 tablespoons of oil
    2-3 teaspoons of salt
    Sunseed, hazelnuts or what you prefer to give some "bite".

    Mix everything and then knead the dough. It's pretty sticky. Wipe the bread pan with some oil. Pour the dough in the bread pan and let it rise for 30 minutes. The dough should be about twice the size when it's done. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes on the highest temperature. Wait a while before taking out the bread from the pan and it will come out easier.

    We are a Swedish couple who wanted a different kind of life. So we moved aboard our sailboat RAN, a custom built aluminium Beason 40, and untied the lines in the middle of the Swedish winter and started to sail south along the coast of Europe. There is no set route and we will go where the wind and our minds takes us.

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    First call: YM Evolution at Felixstowe, 6 Aprill 2017
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    Published on Apr 8, 2017
    Yang Ming's 4,662 TEU container vessel YM Evolution arriving for her first call at the Port of Felixstowe, 6th April, 2017.


     

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