Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Invaders

No they aren’t Mongolian, but they have spanned most of the known world. I’m talking about the iconic Invader class tugs built by Crowley in the mid seventies. 136′ of ocean going power, 25 of these tugs have conducted ocean … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week 6-15-15

A remnant of times past in the old Philly navy yard.

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Seamanship

A recent post on the Gcaptain forum prosed the question, “What is Seamanship?”. The person asking the question is a moderator and a much better known blogger than myself; Kennebec Captain. His blog is a maritime one, that focuses on … Continue reading

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The show goes on

Well coming to the end of week three here in my temporary home port of Philadelphia, well technically the dock is in Gloucester City New Jersey, but thats beside the point. Things are going quite well though, we have been … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week 6-6-15

Watch Out!

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