Monthly Archives: October 2012

The times they are a changin’

But Ron Burgandy had never heard that song. The crews are Beemar certainly have though. Several months ago the news broke that they had been purchased by Harvey Gulf, and the big question was if they were going to repaint … Continue reading

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HMS Bounty, the aftermath

I went offshore for a run to the rig Monday not knowing the outcome of the rescue operations surrounding the Bounty. I got an email from a friend just after we headed out saying they still has two crew missing … Continue reading

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HMS Bounty update

According to the uscg news release website 14 of the 16 crew onboard ( the original report of 17 was incorrect), have been rescued. A jay-hawk helicopter and HC-130 are on seen and searching for the remaining two crew.

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HMS Bounty

I’ve been following via several online sources, since about 2300 last night, that the HMS Bounty had set sail from New London Ct. several days ago bound for Florida even with hurricane Sandy bearing down. Some time last night she … Continue reading

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The Fourchon Weather Service

Even if you are too lazy to look for a weather forecast, there are certain indicators that the winter weather has arrived, and it is getting nasty offshore. The wind starts out of the north, 15-20 steady, it cools off, … Continue reading

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Harvey Champion

Harvey Champion, the second of their new tiger shark class PSV’s from eastern shipbuilding. I was playing around with a little night photography and photo shop here. It’s almost time for me to invest in something a little higher end … Continue reading

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Photo of the week 10/27/12

High and dry…….photo by myself

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