Monthly Archives: September 2014

Colors 2

Every once in a while the colors out here will make you just make you stop and stare.

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28.5 and counting

Well I have been back on the boat for a day or two, but here is something I wrote at 30,000 feet on my way south. It is no secret that I enjoy what I do for a living. While … Continue reading

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The evolution of Auger

In 1994 Shell took a big step and launched the first floating Tension Leg Platform in the Gulf of Mexico. In recent years they have taken another big step and from that TLP have drilled the longest direction drilled well … Continue reading

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Photo of the week 9-14-14

Here is one I have been chasing for a while, Boston Towboat’s Independence

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First Off, Last Home

For all my readers and friends who operated passenger vessels, and all those who ride on them on a regular basis, here is a short video from the NTSB as a result of the Sea Streak Wallstreet incident.

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Photo of the week 9-3-14

A photo from someone else than myself for once. This is from a classmate Stuart Siddons, who is captain of the Elizabeth T a ferry and tour vessel he runs out of Southwest Harbor Maine. Check out the company website … Continue reading

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