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Florida Fishing: Is a charter boat worth it?
In Florida, fishing charter boats are everywhere! We are at the Sebastian Inlet in Florida fishing with Team Sea Legs on their charter boat. Have you considered hiring a charter boat captain? It can be pricey. We are here to see if it is all worth it. Our captain Justin, is going to be putting us on some big fish! In this episode, Brendon and Erin will show you some of the variety of fishing you will be able to experience if you do hire a charter boat captain. Will Team Sea Legs be able to find the fish? Watch to find out! VISIT OUR Senko Skipper Store Squid Available! : http://bit.ly/2nDvBLf Want some help catching fish from us? Check out our Surf and Pier Fishing Adventure Kits in our Official Senko Skipper Store! Our Fishing Guides are also available for instant download! senkoskipper.com This month the Senko Skipper team is in Florida on a mission to create videos to help the world learn more about saltwater fishing. We are here to explore one of the world’s most fantastic fishing locations and document the fascinating world of fish that live in Florida’s oceans. Stay tuned for a month filled with great fishing, monster fish, and all the methods you need to start catching them yourselves. Follow us on Instagram @ SenkoSkipper Join Our fishing community on Facebook: Search " Senko Skipper Fishing Community" to join our private group! Interested in more Vintage Fishing gear? Check out our new Vintage fishing Facebook page! Search: "Senko Skipper Vintage Fishing" Send us stuff to our PO Box to be featured on our show 6030 Marshalee Drive #151, Elkridge, Md 21075, USA If you have your own Fishing YouTube channel and you're looking for tips and tricks, we've written a guide to help you grow! Full of advice from our own experience, you can download your FREE PDF here: http://bit.ly/sksktips Team Sea Legs: https://www.facebook.com/teamsealegs/ CHECK OUR PLAYLISTS Go Pier Fishing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ncp5FLltj0&list=PLwVbPo9cSUXAmVwdE8f4s1U9pKNr8gWWu Go Surf Fishing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHrXW3zZkwE&list=PLwVbPo9cSUXCLyUrroDblg50TDR1NcJUX Go Striped Bass Fishing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d1mRbrhSx0&list=PLwVbPo9cSUXCpNqjqfqqK6WA4jGgG5Mre Go Catfish fishing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr4j2W_7q6M&list=PLwVbPo9cSUXDCuGr8y3WjT_N2nTw5uZmV Fishing Challenges https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYpnntn8Xwo&list=PLwVbPo9cSUXD4DPEuGq_Z6wZwWVVA92pe Subscribe Now! https://www.youtube.com/c/senkoskipperfishing
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Short Sea Shipping
Transporte marítimo sem barreiras no espaço europeu
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How Much Can a Heavy-Lift Ship Actually Lift?
The secret to the Happy Star's top status in the heavy-lift vessel industry are the two powerful cranes that tower over its deck. Combined, they can hoist up to 2,000 tons of cargo in one go. From: MIGHTY SHIPS: Happy Star http://bit.ly/2boz9MA
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Commodity Brief - Dry Cargo Shipping
The world of commodity trading. The series will be focusing on different operational aspects of trade and also highlighting particular commodities and the price movements and risks involved, Richard Watts, Managing Director, HR Maritime. You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#165356 Смотрите Dukascopy TV на вашем языке: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvrussian 用您的语言观看杜高斯贝电视: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvchinese Miren Dukascopy TV en su idioma: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvspanish Schauen Sie Dukascopy TV in Ihrer Sprache: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvgerman Regardez la Dukascopy TV dans votre langue: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvfrench Veja a TV Dukascopy na sua língua: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvpt
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Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229
Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed the US economy in 2008. I'm kidding. Or am I? Citation 1: William J. Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World. Grove Press. 2008. p. 218 Citation 2: Stephen R. Bown. Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, 1600-1900. New York. St. Martin’s Press. 2009. p. 28 Citation 3: Bernstein p. 223 Citation 4: Bernstein p. 228 Citation 5: Bown p. 53 IF YOU ARE A CURRENT SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBER Go to https://subbable.com and click the "continue to patreon button." You will be guided through the process to merge your account with Patreon to continue supporting your portfolio of creators. Make sure to use the money in your perk bank by August 1st, 2015. Get yourself something nice you deserve it! Also. you are the best. Yes. You. You are awesome, and we can't thank you enough! FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MOVE TO PATREON WATCH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1VbQADW8 Thanks so much for your continuing support on Subbable and we hope to see you on Patreon!
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Surveys, Sea Trials & Celebrations - Ep 9 P2 (Sailing The Space Between)
Part 2 of our Bahamas Trip. We get the drone back, take our sea trial and get her hauled out for a survey. Ever seen a 24.5' boat in a 25' travel lift?! We then decide to spend the rest of the trip celebrating our anniversary on the beautiful beaches of Treasure Cay and contemplate what to do next... Stay tuned for our decision. And a very special thanks to Alan Green for letting us use his awesome song about Treasure. To get your copy visit www.AlanGreenMusic.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUBSCRIBE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Click Here to Subscribe! ► http://bit.ly/2jjyEH4 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ AMAZON GATEWAY ▬▬▬▬▬▬ ►SUPPORT US FOR FREE ► buy anything on Amazon just like normal through my Amazon gate, no difference to you! Use this link: ►http://amzn.to/2kf3gq5 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR ADVENTURES ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Do you want to see premium exclusive content? Please become a premium Patron! Patreon → http://patreon.com/sailingthespacebetween ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FAN MAIL! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Sailing The Space Between PO Box 7696 Sebring, FL 33872 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FOLLOW OUR INSPIRATIONS ▬▬▬▬▬▬ Sailing La Vagabonde → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZdQjaSoLjIzFnWsDQOv4ww S/V Delos → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvLc83k5o11EIF1lEo0VmuQ Gone With The Wynns → https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBo9TLJiZ5HI5CXFsCxOhmA ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CAMERA/VIDEO GEAR ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Drone Quadcopter Equipment → http://www.drdhobby.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ RELATED VIDEOS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Watch MORE Adventures→ http://bit.ly/2iMjUOd ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ WEBSITE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Official Website → http://sailtsb.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ STAY CONNECTED ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Instagram →https://www.instagram.com/sailingthespacebetween/ Google+ → http://bit.ly/2hYQhXI *** Use & search hashtag: #SAILTSB *** ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Sailorman New & Used Marine Emporium → http://www.Sailorman.com/ Dragonfly Drones → www.drdhobby.com ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BUSINESS INQUIRIES ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Email Address → [email protected] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CREDITS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Music by Alan Green ▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR CROWDFUNDED PROJECTS ▬▬▬▬▬ Links TBA → -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A Lithium Powered Cat, Our latest upgrade Ep. 20 (Sailing The Space Between) " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GoSDOM-jVI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
VAN AN SHIPPING CORPORATION (VASHIPCORP) as membership of VAN AN GROUP. One of leading shipping group in Viet Nam with over 15 years experience in ship's operating and chartering. With operations in over 120 countries, and controls up to 10,000 owners; brokers; agents and charterers vessels operating on the world wide. VASHIPCORP's aim has always been to manage its fleet effectively and efficiently for customers' value creation, and the development of enduring client relationships. We tailor our services to fit clients' shipping needs, delivering solutions that are as dependable as they are innovative. We has grown from shipping 1 million tonnes of general cargo a year in 2002 to more than 25 million today. Special, we have grown coal; cement; clinker; woodchips; tapioca chips... cargo operating from Viet Nam to China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Angola, Egypt, Uruguay....
Views: 266 John Tran
International Trade and Carriage of Goods
BOOK REVIEW INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CARRIAGE OF GOODS Edited by Baris Soyer and Andrew Tettenborn ISBN: 978 1 13818 456 5 (book) 978 1 31564 492 9 (ebook) INFORMA LAW FROM ROUTLEDGE TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP MARITIME AND TRANSPORT LAW LIBRARY www.informa.com TIMELY COMMENTARY ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY AN EXPERT TEAM An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers An engaging approach to the research and writing of a legal text, this book is a product of Swansea University’s eleventh annual Commercial Law Colloquium of September 2015, held under the auspices of Swansea’s Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law and notable as a ‘firm fixture in the commercial law calendar.’ Recently published by Informa Law from Routledge as part of their Maritime and Transport Law Library (to which editors Baris Soyer and Andrew Tettenborn have also contributed at least a half a dozen previous titles), this volume contains the work of a distinguished team of international contributors, fifteen in all -- and all with a formidable and varied roster of credentials and specialisms in this field. Fortunately, the editors have offered a couple of wry and reassuring comments on what they refer to as ‘the fog’ of commentary on the law of carriage and international trade, much of which is somewhat opaque. Swansea University, they say, ‘makes no bones about its aim to break the mold’. This book is the result. It offers a compendium of expertise across a wide spectrum of topics, delivered in a clear, accessible style, for the hard-pressed practitioner, is a singular benefit. Take for example, the initial discussion on what constitutes a ‘reasonable contract of carriage’ by contributor Ruth Hosking, who writes that ‘it is often easier to consider what constitutes a reasonable contract of carriage by looking at examples of where contracts have been found by the courts to be unreasonable.’ A fair point here -- and further explained by illustrative examples from cases. Similarly, useful analysis and logical conclusions carry on throughout the book which is divided into 16 chapters which together, cover a wide spectrum of topics from paperless trade to consignees rights, to the Rotterdam Rules, to containerized goods… and how about ‘letters of indemnity for delivering without a bill of lading.’ Also, check out the chapter entitled ‘Islamic Letters of Credit –Square Pegs in a Round Hole’ -- and have a read of ‘Lending on Waybills and Other Documents – Banker’s Dream or Financier’s Nightmare?’ As you may infer, this book offers a lot to think about. It is not unfair to conclude that commercial lawyers as well as shipping lawyers will find this book a refreshing, as well as an enlightening read, and as a useful work of reference. The seven appendices, for example, present over a hundred pages of key legislation, including the Rotterdam Rules, the Hague-Visby Rules, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992 and the Insurance Act 2015. As you would expect, the book provides tables of cases and of statutes and statutory instruments. For practitioners seeking a variety of timely comments on contemporary problems in international trade law, this book is a valuable resource. The publication date is cited as at 2017.
Views: 647 Phillip Taylor
Green Boat on a Blue Sea
"You know what's crazy? Living in a cubicle!" Subscribe to our channel and give this video a thumbs up! Book the Kindred Spirit today! Visit: http://sailkindredspirit.com Like the Kindred Spirit on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kindred.spirit.984 Written and Directed by: Kevin Edwards Produced by: Tucker Hamilton Follow us on social media! - twitter.com/YRLShortCuts - instagram.com/YoungRealLeaders - facebook.com/YoungRealLeaders Young Real-Leaders presents ShortCuts: weekly 1-3 minute interactive videos where young successful business owners offer tips and advice for the next generation of workers. Watch, learn, and be inspired.
Spearfishing - Bluewater Chartering
A video I put together of what fish you can expect to encounter when chartering with Great Barrier Reef Bluewater Charters.
Views: 5166 Travis Hogan
The Carriage of Goods and Passengers by Sea  Long clip
BOOK REVIEW INTERNATIONAL MARITIME CONVENTIONS: VOLUME 1: THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS AND PASSENGERS BY SEA By Francesco Berlingieri ISBN: 978 0 41571 9 841 INFORMA LAW FROM ROUTLEDGE MARITIME AND TRANSPORT LAW LIBRARY www.tandf.com THE LAW OF THE SEA: COMPLEX MARITIME CONVENTIONS EXAMINED AND EXPLAINED An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers For shipping lawyers, academics and students of maritime law worldwide, this book emerges as an in indispensable work of reference. It is the latest title from the highly regarded Maritime Transport Law Library published by Informa Law from Routledge. With at least thirty other titles in the series, Informa has established itself as the go-to publisher in maritime law and there is nothing to beat them! What is unique about this text is that it brings together in one volume all private international maritime law conventions -- all nineteen of them -- accompanied by expert commentary and analysis. As if all this weren’t enough, the book also examines a number of maritime conventions not yet in force, including the Rotterdam Rules. The author, Francesco Berlingieri, a specialist maritime lawyer based in Genoa, has completed a formidable task. Interestingly, his law firm is cited as the only firm to specialize in maritime law on (we assume) an exclusive basis. Genoa, by the way, rings a rather loud bell in maritime history, as we recall that Christopher Columbus was Genoese. The book contains detailed and complex subject matter, which fortunately is logically organised, with a detailed table of contents, a glossary and an index at the back, all of which facilitate navigation, (appropriately enough), i.e. looking things up. As the title indicates, Part I examines the carriage of goods by sea, while Part II deals with the carriage of passengers by sea. The focus throughout touches on the almost innumerable attempts to unify maritime law internationally, starting from about 1860 onward. The rather convoluted history of this process is summarized in the book’s excellent general introduction, the second part of which deals with the ways in which international conventions may be implemented and the need for a uniform interpretation of them. Time will tell whether a similarly protracted and complicated process will accompany any explorations of the Moon, (who owns it?) as well as Mars and eventually deep space. In his thorough coverage of conventions dealing with the carriage of goods and passengers by sea, the author deals with four conventions in particular, including the UN Convention on the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea, 2008 (Rotterdam Rules). These are reproduced in Appendix 3 of the four appendices which include the Hague-Visby Rules… the Hamburg Rules… and the Athens Convention. This copiously footnoted book provides a rich source of references and research, including five tables, respectively, of conventions, cases, national legislation, European legislation and ‘travaux preparatoires’ (legislative history). Comprehensive, authoritative and scholarly, this book should eventually occupy pride of place in the library of every lawyer and advisor in maritime law. The publication date is 2014.
Views: 2014 Phillip Taylor
AAL A-Class Vessel Promotional Video
AAL's 31,000 dwt A-Class modern multipurpose heavy lift vessels, have been specifically designed and equipped for heavy lift project cargo as well as breakbulk and dry bulk cargo. These vessels feature side mounted heavy lift cranes offering lifting capacity of up to 700 metric tonnes, ideal for loading and stowing large project cargo. Long cargo holds, equipped with adjustable tweendecks and strengthened tank tops, offer the flexibility of carrying a diverse range of breakbulk and heavy lift cargo. The vessels also feature large box shaped holds to carry dry parcels such as grain, mineral concentrates and other loose commodities.
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A Deep Sea Big Surprise | Fishing with Rod
For more fishing videos, please visit: http://www.fishingwithrod.com While jigging for halibut in the Pacific Ocean on the West Coast of Vancouver Island near Ucluelet, Rod hooks something rather big. Many thanks to Big Bear Salmon Charters, Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, Gibbs Delta Tackle for making this project possible. Big Bear Salmon Charters: http://www.bigbearsalmoncharters.com Black Rock Oceanfront Resort: http://www.blackrockresort.com Gibbs Delta Tackle: http://www.gibbsdelta.com Subscribe to go Fishing with Rod! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCArTRQlRblS8XSRxs73_FGQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fishingwithrod Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fishing_with_rod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fishingwithrod Camera: Rodney Hsu, Dion Lauriente, Shane Ito, Carlo Ng Edit: Rodney Hsu Copyright: Fishing with Rod Production
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The Maritime Standard Awards 2017 - The Maritime Education & Training Award
The Maritime Education & Training Award Winner: The Shipping Corporation of India - Maritime Training Institute Received by Capt. B.K. Tyagi, Vice President (Chartering), The Shipping Corporation of India Presented by: Tarik Mohammed Al Junaidi, CEO, Oman Shipping Company
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Sailing Sea of Cortez Part 2
To check out more about what we are doing on Adagio, follow our blog at www.adagiosvoyage.com. Thanks for watching!
Views: 1883 Adagio's Voyage
Upwind sailing tips for catamarans – Catamaran sailing techniques | Yachting World
Why don’t cruising cats sail very well to windward? Nigel Irens explains and has some tips on how to get more out of a cruising catamaran upwind ► Become a FREE SUBSCRIBER to Yachting World's YouTube page now - https://www.youtube.com/user/yachtingworld?sub_confirmation=1 ► For the latest reviews, new gear launches and tour news, visit our website here - http://www.yachtingworld.com ► Like us on Facebook here - https://www.facebook.com/yachtingworldmagazine ►Follow us on Twitter here - https://twitter.com/yachtingworld ►Feel free to comment below! ►Remember to hit that LIKE button if you enjoyed it :)
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Mayden Voyage on a Catamaran - Our experience - Part 2 - Sailing Kauana Ep 24
We left Barcelona behind and headed towards Gibraltar, sailing under light winds. But although we thought it would be an uneventfull trip, it turned out very emotional with a lot going on. We have never seen that much marine life in such a short period of time. We also had fresh fish caught under way and in what seemed a short time, we where making landfall in Gibraltar. The whole experience was awesome. Sailing a cat for the first time in open waters and beeing part of a diferent crew, gave us a lot more life baggage for further adventures. Let us know what you think about this episode on the coments bellow. Eduardo, the owner of the Catamaran also has a YouTube page and Instagram. Don't forget to check him out on: https://www.youtube.com/sailingSVJoy https://www.instagram.com/sailing_joy/
Building a Catamaran Ep045 - Something to strive for!!!
A decision to build a 40 foot Catamaran should not be taken lightly. Join Ross Boardman in a series of videos that shows the ups and downs, logistics and blood sweat, swearing and tears involved in the building of a fibreglass composite catamaran. This week I take stock and go head first into templating the bulkheads that will form the internal framework of the Cat. The schedule gets altered to make sure everything fits perfectly before laminating the bulkheads in.
China delivers new 5,000 ton crane vessel
China saw the successful delivery of a new crane vessel with a lifting capacity of 5,000 tons in Shanghai on Friday. It can reach as deep as 3,000 meters below the sea. The heavy lift ship, 199 meters in length, 47.6 meters in molded breadth and 15 meters in molded depth, has a loaded displacement of 75,127 tons. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Catamaran Sea of Love for BVI Sailing Vacations | Luxury Catamaran 'Sea Of Love'
Catamaran Sea of Love for BVI Sailing Vacations | Luxury Catamaran 'Sea Of Love' Visit http://www.yachtsbhc.com or for free sailing vacation planning call 800-478-2029. Sea of Love is a 2006 Lagoon 440 which is a great charter catamaran - stable, seaworthy and comfortable. Our fully crewed, all-inclusive catamaran sailing vacations are fully crewed yacht charters complete with captain and gourmet chef. Everything you need - food, beer, wine, water toys, fishing, snorkeling and fun-in-the-sun. Crewed Sailing Catamaran SEA OF LOVE - Lagoon 44 Share this video with your friends and family: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qt7-0LQZ4k Your private yacht charter vacation will be as unique as you are with made-to-order itineraries enabling you to have fun, eat great foods, drink fine wines and tropical libations and treasure every moment of your luxury yacht charter. Sea of Love | Crewed Yacht Charters | Best of BVI Boats Your most important aspect of chartering a catamaran sailing vacation is to first select the perfect charter broker to serve you; not all yacht charter brokers are created equal. Even though all brokers work for you, represent the same yachts, it is the experience of the brokers and the familiarity with the yachts that set them apart. The more experience brokers know the better crews, the best anchorages and the best time and location to charter. #luxuryyachts #catamaransailing #BVIYachts #luxuryyachtcharters - Crewed Caribbean Catamaran Charters - Top 10 Catamarans - Sailing Vacations - Crewed Catamaran Charters & Vacations - Catamaran Charters Caribbean Crewed Yacht Vacations - Caribbean catamaran charters - BVI catamaran charters all inclusive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qt7-0LQZ4k
Shipping Law update - Significant case for ship owners
Glencore Energy UK Ltd and Another v Freeport Holdings Ltd. Stephenson Harwood Partner, Andrew Rigden Green explains why this case is significant for ship owners. #ShippingLaw #Shipping #Litigation
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Yacht Charter; Finding Fairy Houses on Monhegan Island, Maine
Maine, an area filled with islands covered with beautiful forests through which meander moss covered trails, is a lovely location in which to cruise on a crewed yacht charter. With sea bound shores, vast expanses of green forests and fields, stone walls and little nooks and crannies, Maine is very reminiscent of Ireland. If there are fairies in Ireland, there are sure to be fairies in Maine, especially hiding away on the myriad of islands all waiting to be visited on a crewed yacht charter. It is the children in Maine, who for decades, have been helping their little fairy friends construct their woodland fairy houses in the roots of great towering trees, amongst the lichen, ferns and moss. Hike along the various trails, enjoying the beauty of the Maine forests where green canopies open to astounding sea vistas, with waves pounding the rocks below, and you may stumble across the humble abode of a little fairy friend. It is on Monhegan Island in particular, especially in Cathedral Forest in the beautiful natural landscape, where little fairy houses are often sighted. So, when hiking on Monhegan Island while on a visit on a crewed yacht charter, be sure to have a sharp eye open and be on the lookout for the little fairy houses hidden in the woods. Enjoy cruising through the lovely waters and many islands of Maine, and when hiking ashore, be sure to keep an eye out for little fairy houses, built by the many children in Maine for their little fairy friends. http://www.njcharters.com #DestinationConfidential
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Sailing a 41' ketch out of La Paz, Mexico, January 2016
For my birthday in January of 2016, one of my closest friends and I organized a sailing trip, chartering a 41' Morgan ketch out of La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico. With a crew of five friends and myself as the trusty captain, we spent several days sailing in the beautiful waters of the Sea of Cortez. More videos coming this year! Blog: http://www.wing-on-wing.com Blog entry for this trip: http://wing-on-wing.com/?p=522 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefremonster/ Filmed on a GoPro Hero 4 Silver, edited in Adobe Premiere. Music: Sephira - Once Upon a Time Sephira - Hanguman Sunrise Both available at http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/s... and licensed under Creative Commons.
German Renewables Shipbrokers
German Renewables Shipbrokers is the independent shipbroker for chartering and sale and purchase specializing to the offshore renewable energy market. www.german-shipbrokers.de
Angry Bull Shark Randomly Attacks 30ft Boat - 4K
While I was fishing for blacktip sharks from the beach, I had the drone in the air and I found some cobia on a huge bull shark. I called my buddy Carl from Slob City and told him he needs to come catch the cobia. Carl approached the bull shark and it went completely insane! The bull shark attacked the boat seven times, relentlessly. This was the most aggressive shark behavior I've ever seen! ▼ Check out the new BlacktipH Merch http://bit.ly/blacktiph-merch-ft ▼ Book a Fishing adventure with Slob City Charters: http://bit.ly/slob-city-charters ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ABOUT BLACKTIPH ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BlacktipH Fishing brings you some of the most exciting fishing videos on the web. Our host, Josh Jorgensen, is an extreme angler who has an adrenaline seeking appetite for monster fish! Whether it's catching monster fish from the beach, from a kayak or from a boat, Josh pushes the limits of big game fishing. Our content has been featured on Discovery, National Geographic, Today Show and many more! ► NEW VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY!! ► Click Here to Subscribe → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-subscribe ► Website → http://blacktiph.com ▼ BlacktipH social media: • Snapchat → @BlacktipH • Instagram → @BlacktipH • Facebook → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-fb • Twitter → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-twitter ▼ FAN MAIL: BlacktipH P.O. Box 31721 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BLACKTIPH PRODUCTS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▼ APPAREL: ○ Hats → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-hat ○ Performance Shirts → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-apparel-ft ▼ FISHING RIGS / LEADERS: ○ BlacktipH Surf Fishing Shark Rigs → http://bit.ly/surf-fishing-shark-rig ○ BlacktipH Monster Shark Rigs → http://bit.ly/monster-shark-rig ○ BlacktipH Live Bait Rigs → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-live-bait-rigs ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ PROMOTIONS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Frogg Toggs → http://bit.ly/frogg-toggs Use promo code "BlacktipH" • Ceuticore → http://bit.ly/ceuticore Use promo code "BlacktipH" ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BRANDS WE USE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Frogg Toggs • Ceuticore • Balloon Fisher King ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BLACKTIPH FISHING TRIPS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Go on a BlacktipH Approved fishing trip → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-fishing-trips ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ OUR CAMERA EQUIPMENT ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ○ MAIN CAMERA SETUP: • Sony → http://amzn.to/2jEDcUD • Lens → http://amzn.to/2jfcPby • Microphone → http://amzn.to/29RHMvH • Sony battery → http://amzn.to/2jEC0kb • Memory card → http://amzn.to/2azZDJG • Case → http://amzn.to/2jEFumK • Tripod → http://amzn.to/2a9AL7Y • Tripod ballhead → http://amzn.to/2aizz1v • Wireless Microphone → http://amzn.to/2cmKFoQ ○ DRONE: • DJI → http://amzn.to/2jfieiI • Drone case → http://amzn.to/2ikP7e5 • Drone battery → http://amzn.to/2jEMfoN ○ OTHER GEAR: • Computer → http://amzn.to/2jfv4xC • Editing software → http://amzn.to/2jfFkpr • Lens cleaning wipes → http://amzn.to/2jfuYGb • USB hub → http://amzn.to/2jfxtrT • Portable hard drive → http://amzn.to/2ikTQfT *The above links are from Amazon Associates* ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ MUSIC SOURCES ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Pond5 • Audio Jungle • PremiumBeat ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ PREVIOUS EPISODE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Using Seaweed as Bait to Catch Tropical Fish: http://bit.ly/parrotfish-seaweed
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Sunset with ship passing by on the horison
Sunset with ship passing by on the horison. At 4:34 the bottom of the Sun reaches the horison and if you look closely you can see the green flash at 8:52.
Views: 1008 Mathias Kp
Norfolk Trader 45 - Sailing barge Juno. The Final Charter
Neil Thompson Boats on the final charter with owner / skipper Charlie Ward, and crew Mark Green. After 12 years of chartering off the North Norfolk Coast, Charlie Ward has decided to venture to new waters and will enjoy sailing Juno with his family.
Views: 1111 LAIRD126
Croatia Bareboat Sailing Vacation-The Moorings-(Split, Adriatic Sea, Hvar, Vis, Brac, Solta, Krka)
Join me on another one of my unforgettable #mymoorings moments on the water on my seven-day bareboat sailing charter aboard a Moorings 42.3 (Oceanis 41) monohull. This can be your next affordable dream vacation! DM me if you want to experience a vacation of a lifetime. Follow me on Instagram. @jeffmonuszko Our itinerary: Dreaming of clear water, a place full of history, and wine and food to die for, then make your way to Croatia. This 8 day trip was full of history, natural wonders and great food and wine. We flew through London-Heathrow to get to Split, Croatia (there are way more airline options for Split than you would think) and then spent the next 6 days exploring the area by sea. Day 1: BRAC - Veliki Drvenik (Blue Lagoon), Osibuva, Milna Day 2: VIS - Ravnik (Green Cave), Rogacic (submarine tunnel) Day 3: VIS - Bisevo (Blue Cave), Komiza Day 4: HVAR - Stari Grad, Fortica (castle) Day 5: BRAC/SOLTA - Zlatni Rat (Bol), Maslinca (wine tasting) Day 6: SPLIT - Trogir (castle), Krka (water falls) There are hundreds of places to see but we selected what we think are some of the best spots for our first trip. We had some great experiences during the trip thanks to: Wine Tasting and Degustation on Solta: Agroturizam Kastelanac - https://www.agroturizamkastelanac.com Tour of the Blue Cave FROM Komiza, Vi: Alternatura Tourist Agency - https://www.alternatura.hr/blue-cave-... Scooter Rental in Stari Grad: "Park" Scooter Rental - +385 91 536 6108 We drove our way out to Hvar Town to see the Fortica Things here are done a little differently than in the Caribbean.. So here’s a few suggestions for your vacation. 1 - The more hands the better. We suggest at least 3 people onboard to help with the advanced level anchoring and docking. 2 - Arrive by 3pm in the harbours with town quays to ensure your spot. It will cost you $80-100 USD for a monohull. But it’s more convenient than anchoring or picking up a mooring in another bay. Reservations can be made for the Marinas, but they are more expensive. 3- There are plenty of places to eat with REALLY good food and it’s affordable. So enjoy the local food and don’t plan to eat aboard for dinner. 4 - Make sure you bring plenty of cash and exchange it into Kuna - preferably before you get to Split. Most places don’t except Euros (yes, they are part of the EU - but they have their own currency) and there are lots of places that only except cash. There are ATMs available in most cities and at The Moorings Base, but you’ll be charged a transaction fee by your bank. NOTE: Town quays can only be paid for with cash.
Views: 440 Jeff Monuszko
The LONDON SHIP MANAGERS reefer CALA PEVERO sailed the Kanmon Strait to Masan, Korea. CALA PEVERO MMSI: 306335000 IMO: 8705670 Callsign: PJBX Type: REEFER Size: 135m X 20m GT: 8,962 tons DWT: 6,704 tons Built: 1990 Yard: FINCANTIERI CASTELLAMMARE Flag: Netherlands Antilles Filmed date: 2016/01/30 Camera: Nikon D3100 Lens: TAMRON Model B016 Thanks for watching. Feel free to click like and subscribe. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 1759 binmei jp
Sailing the Bay of Thailand - Ten Days in Thailand 3
Music by Dixxy (https://soundcloud.com/dixxy-2) Really appreciate the support, check out the Patreon for more access and perks: https://www.patreon.com/FindingSimon If Patreon isn't your thing, I also have a Paypal.me link: paypal.me/ShelbyandSimon I've also created an Amazon Wish List if you'd like to purchase specific items I'll need as the build continues: http://a.co/dx7F4dz I'm a Canadian photographer from Ottawa who got rid of everything to travel to world. I make travel vlogs sharing my ups and downs, adventures on motorbikes, sailboats, and vans. Instagram: @Finding_Simon Snapchat: Finding_Simon Twitter: @FindingSimon Donations: paypal.me/ShelbyandSimon Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FindingSimon Merchandise: http://simonstiles.com/finding-simon/ :::::::FAQ::::::: - How do you afford to travel constantly? A: I travel really cheap, free camping, cooking my own meals, being as efficient as possible. I make my income almost entirely on YouTube but it's really tight. Ad revenue, patreon, paypal donations, merchandise sales and affiliate links bring in about as much as a part time minimum wage job, and I'm able to make that work. When it isn't enough I go back to work, doing photography mostly, sometimes commercial video projects, but it takes me away from my travels and videos. - How much does it cost? I spend on average $2000 travelling, most of which is gas, some repairs, food, and on average less than $200 on any eating out, shopping or extra curricular expenditures. I make $200 a month from YouTube and $400 from Patreon. The rest I make from my work. - What camera do you use? Sony A7ii, DJI Mavic Pro, Rode Videomic with Deadcat, Zihyun Crane 3 Axis Gimbal, DIY tripods and lights. - What is your bike? 1999 Yamaha Vstar XVS1100 with a Champion Escort sidecar. - What kind of boat is that? It's a 1979 Wharram Oro 47 - What're your plans? Fix it up, run nothing but green power, sail off into the sunset. - How do you find all these cool places? To gain access to my complete research you need to hit me up on Patreon, but here's a few sites I frequent: https://freecampsites.net/ https://www.campendium.com/ http://www.atlasobscura.com/ https://www.couchsurfing.com/ - What do you do for Internet? I use coffeeshops and libraries to upload episodes a few at a time, I also use my wifi antenna (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T9lNM8Mukk&t=2s) and a data package on my phone (10GB) - How do you live on the road with a dog? It's really not as difficult as people seem to think. I spend most of the day with my dog anyways, especially if it's warm out in the middle of the day. I let the constraint of bringing my dog with me help me make some decisions, avoiding places that ban dogs, and spending more time out in nature instead of in the cities. - What happened to the girl? We decided to go separate ways (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPgxDIXxCjY&t=4s) - Are you rich or something? definitely not. I've spent some quality time homeless, I've struggled financially most of my life, and although I'm blessed with great friends and family as well as being able bodied white and male, I don't subscribe to the belief that you need someone footing your bills in order to travel the world. You need to sacrifice comfort, consistency, safety, time with family, and often your career but it is possible. - Why don't you have 10x more subscribers? My channel isn't that old, many of the bigger channels you can compare mine to started putting out videos a couple years before I began. I could always use your help sharing my videos, spreading the word, and connecting with cross promotional opportunities. Editing and travelling tend to take up all my time. - Where are you now? The top perk on my Patreon page is a live link of my location on google maps so you can get an active idea of where I am currently. If that's not an option for you there's also Instagram and Instagram stories that give you a much better idea of what I'm up to today.
Views: 5239 Finding Simon
Plastic Pollution Beach Cleanup at the LefkoGaia Recycle Project
Plastic Pollution is the buildup of plastic products in the environment that adversely affects wildlife, humans and their habitats. Lefkas (Lefkada) is an amazing island on the west coast of Greece. We lived here on our boat surrounded by wetlands and salt flats. Without a car we walked and cycled everywhere and discovered the huge amount of wildlife that lives here such as swans, flamingos, egrets, ducks as well as turtles, butterflies and amphibians. Sadly, we also found a lot of rubbish including plastic bottles, bags and even fly tipping sites which were polluting this special environment. People were actually driving into the wetlands and offloading their rubbish rather than taking it to the dump. In the marina some liveaboards organised their own recycling scheme - cans and plastic bottles were being collected in the community room then taken on fold up bikes to a recycling project every week. This project is called LefkoGaia - a recycle co-operative project overseen by Thomas who recycles everything form electrics, metals and cooking oil to plastic, card and glass. The project struggles by on donations and by reselling recyclable materials. Used boat and car batteries are particularly welcome because of their high value lead content. Some liveaoards - such as Andrew Waterman - even volunteer their time to help sort and package the recyclable materials. The project has only one old van which is used to pick up large white goods such as televisions and refrigerators. They also get by on only two lights until they can fund their own electric supply. We joined a beach cleanup organised by some liveaboards - at a local turtle beach near Lefkas - and although the problem of ocean plastic pollution seems overwhelming at times, we met many people who are determined to make a change. Organising local beach cleanups or just picking up three pieces of plastic every time you're out for a walk can make a difference and inspire others. We've sailed away from Greece now but hopefully left the it slightly better than when we found it. On our travels we've modified the old aphorism of, "leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but photos" to, "leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but photos.. and a few bits of plastic!" For more information on LefkoGaia or to help Thomas, contact him here: Lefkogaia -Social Recycling Enterprise www.Lefkogaia.eu [email protected] Tel.Greece: 6972448322 Lefko Gaia is a nonprofit social enterprise whose aim is to collect and sell recyclable materials. The proceeds from which will go towards maintaining this project and especially funding educational programs to profile the importance of environmental issues to children and adults in the local community. Lefko Gaia is run by a cooperative group of local people passionate about protecting and enhancing the environment of Lefkada. ⒸⓄⓃⓃⒺⒸⓉ ▷PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/mothershipadrift Contributions to the video blog budget greatly appreciated! ▷YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/mothershipa... Vlogs and mini vlogs from onboard the boat ▷INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mothershipa... Photos of the boat, the crew and other sailing families and characters ▷FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mothershipad... Updates and photos - as often possible - from the boat ▷THIS VIDEO LINK: https://youtu.be/_OL-T8azB88 Paste this into your blog or post for some exciting content ▷WEBSITE: https://www.mothershipadrift.com/
SailAway 14 | Finding Layla's Home - Puerto Rico Marina Tours | Sailboat Living Sailing Vlog
Every Marina on Puerto Rico's East Coast!! In this week's episode of sailboat living with SailAway, we hop on that sailboat in the sky on an adventure to Puerto Rico! Our goal? To do a massive recon of the Eastern Coast to choose a home for ourselves and our beloved Layla so we can begin full time sailing the Caribbean. Little do we know that 2 weeks later Hurricane Maria would bring devastation to the island causing to change our long term plans. (only temporarily...we're going to spend some time sailing the Bahamas and South Florida for a year while Puerto Rico rebuilds). But what we don't know doesn't stop us from perusing multiple marinas and straight up falling in love with one. Puerto Rico will rebuild stronger than before and we've got our spot there all picked out! All part of sailboat living. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE for WEEKLY CONTENT! Cheers!! Thanks for watching SailAway, the travel documentary of an adventurous sailing couple, plus toddler and dog, sailing the world! Appreciate our videos? Then join our crew as a Patreon Patron and get FREE SailAway GEAR plus other perks! - https://www.patreon.com/sailawayvlog Donate to PR recovery here: http://www.unidosporpuertorico.com/en/ Connect with us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sailawayvlog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sailawayvlog Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sailawayvlog Eric's audiobooks and music: https://www.ericgdove.com Marina info: Marina Puerto Chico - http://www.marinapuertochico.com/ Puerto Del Ray - http://www.puertodelrey.com/ The Yatch Club at Palmas del Mar -http://www.theyachtclubmarina.com/ Songs in this episode: Jimmy Fontanez "Rumba Pa Bailar" Doug Maxwell "Caribbean Steel Drum Happiness" Silent Partner "Sun's Rise" Jingle Punks "Kiss for a Dance" Jingle Punks "Pumping Irie" Eric Dove "All Kinds of Reckless" All uncredited music by our very own Eric Dove. Both of his CD's available for purchase here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/author/eric-dove/id218144440
Views: 5401 SailAway
M/Y ANTISAN - Yacht Charter in Cannes
ANTISAN is a 33m motor yacht based in Cannes and available to charter on the French Riviera and throughout the Mediterranean. She is the ideal charter yacht for events such as Cannes Lions, MIPIM, Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix. For more information on chartering motor yacht ANTISAN, please contact: Rachel Blundy - Bespoke Yacht Charter Tel. +33 609 473 500 Email. [email protected]
#5 Sailing the Caribbean: Georgetown to the Dominican Republic
On this episode, we finally leave Georgetown after a month of chilling out and waiting on parts, and we catch 5 nice mahi-mahi along the way. At Clarence Town, Long Island we make the short trip to Dean's Blue Hole and snorkel above the 663 foot sink hole. We also jump off the 40' high cliffs that rise directly above the abyss. We island hop across Crooked Island, anchor at Plana Cays, and nap at Mayaguana all for the afternoon arrival at Turks & Caicos. We then motor all the way across the banks for our over-nighter en route to the Dominican Republic. This footage was shot between March 7, 2015 and March 22, 2015. Check out our blog at www.catchinrays.net or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/svcatchinrays
Views: 74082 s/v Catchin' Rays
Our Territory | A Roadrunner Project PSA Against Chartering |
Hi everyone! We had so much fun creating this PSA. For more information, please visit our website: http://theroadrunnerproject.weebly.com
Views: 1199 Anh-Vy Phan
Intermarine's Fleet of the Future
Newbuilding Animation
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Sea Shepherds Ady Gil rammed and destroyed by Japans Whalers
6 January 2010 Sea Shepherd's Ady Gil was all but destroyed after a fracas involving a Japanese whaling vessel in the Southern Ocean, part of a fleet harpooning a planned haul of nearly 1000 minke whales, fin whales and possibly humpbacks. When, oh when, will this open-water madness stop?Australia's policy of kowtowing to Japan on the issue of illegal whaling in Australian waters off Antarctica has been an absolute disgrace. Successive governments talked tough about stopping the large-scale slaughter but continued to let it happen. The Federal Court decreed in January 2008 that Japan had broken Australian laws, but the Asian nation has never recognised Australia's claim to Antarctic waters. Not only are Japan brazenly continuing to breach international law, they are now chartering spy planes from Australia to track anti-whaling ships. That's right, the Japanese are hiring planes to fly from Australian soil to spy on protesters who are trying to stop the whale slaughter. This is on top of the ships that the Japanese government pays to protect its whaling fleet. It all makes an absolute joke of the years of expensive diplomatic efforts that have been channelled through the International Whaling Commission.
Views: 9009 Whaling Must end
Rajaish Bajpaee:Trying to preserve the vessel asset value
Mr. Rajaish Bajpaee C.E.O. of Bernhard Schulte Group, one of the largest third party shipmanagement worldwide group, speaks in an exclusive interview on maritimes TV. He refers to the tight freight market, saying that the size and experience of the group allows it to offer in the shipowners customize solution, lower cost and high quality of services. Through the group's five training centers worldwide with its unique training programe it ensures high level of both the crew as well as the office staff. At the same time he emphasize the high level of responsibility of the group for the safety on the sea and the protection of the sea environment as well as that of the cargo, and the ship. He refers to the meaning of the Greek shipping market of the group which exists since 2005, offers full support and services to the Greek shipowners. Copyright © 2011-2012 www.maritimes.gr All rights reserved
Views: 734 maritimestv
Protea 15012012 Green Jobfish Bonanza.wmv
Spearfishing green Jobfish on Protea Reef. Southern KwaZulu Natal
Views: 1029 corryv
General Cargo / Heavy Lift Ship: PALAU (Harren & Partner Shipmanagement / Combi Lift, IMO: 9501899)
General Cargo / Heavy Lift Ship. Name: PALAU, Owner & Manager: Harren & Partner Shipmanagement (Bremen, Germany), Chartering: Combi Lift, Built: 2010, Builder: Kouan Shipbuilding (Taizhou Jiangsu, China), Length x Breadth: 133.97 m X 23 m, Gross Tonnage: 11473 t, DeadWeight: 9962 t, Flag: MALTA, Home port: VALLETTA, IMO: 9501899, MMSI: 229127000, Call Sign: 9HA3090. Arrival in Port of Yokohama (Tokyo Bay) Japan.February 8,2015 重量物運搬船「PALAU」 船籍国:マルタ、船籍港:バレッタ。 入港・横浜港(東京湾) 撮影日:2015年2月8日
Views: 1286 yukikazeyochan
A guide to island hopping The Whitsundays and Mackay
There’s 74 islands between Mackay and Townsville, and this video is your ultimate guide to discovering the Whitsundays. Even though most of the 74 islands are uninhabited, a world of island discovery awaits if you choose to charter your own yacht and bareboat the Whitsundays. As a couple, a family, or a group of friends, chartering your own vessel gives you the freedom and flexibility to holiday at your own pace. Even if you've never sailed before, your charter yacht hosts will provide you with detailed training and anchorage points to suit any weather conditions. Alternatively, you can hire a skipper – and have someone plot the course for you. Sitting smack bang in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef, the reef is at your fingertips here – but for an all-inclusive reef experience- visit Reef World where you can dive, snorkel scuba or go aerial to see the beautify of the world’s largest living organism. Learn more about the precincts of the Great Barrier Reef: http://www.queensland.com/Explore-Queensland/Great-Barrier-Reef/Places-to-Visit?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=qld_youtube
005: Planning to Sailing Around the World while Working two Jobs and Running a Family Home
Working two jobs, three kids and running a house is difficult at the best of times, but summer holidays and packing up a house ready for our big move really add to the complexity and stress. As a working mother, trying to keep on top of it all seems an impossible task at times, but it helps that a really enjoy my work and love the challenge. TRANSCRIPT I've got several jobs - Coxwain on the lifeguard boat, so my job is to patrol up and down all the beaches in Brighton and Hove. It's not 9:00 to 5:00, it's unsociable hours, you're on the boat for eight hours of the day, you’ve got to be constantly alert watching out for things listening out for lifeguard posts and when the weather’s rough it's also quite stressful because you want to make sure that you keep yourself, your lifeguards safe and also be on call for anyone else that needs any assistance on the beach. The second job is freelance work - I take people out on yachts. You get children doing activity weeks, you get corporate groups wanting to do team building and you get birthday parties, Hen and Stag groups, they're probably the most hilarious because they will turn up with their canapes and their bottles of Prosecco and then as soon as we exit marina - it's one of the most precarious marina entrances here in Brighton - and as soon as you exit, the boat just suddenly starts going up and down the waves and the canapes go flying and everyone’s looking a bit green. But yeah, I love being out doing that kind of thing it’s outdoors, it's exciting, it's got responsibilities. It’s very hectic in the morning trying to get ready for work and the kids off to school. Trying to do their packed lunches, get their stuff ready and then get my stuff ready as well. I have eight hours on the boat so I need to make sure I've got enough food. I need to have a flask of tea, coffee, water, all my gear and then I take them down to school, some of the time I come back then try to cook the evening meal and then I cycle to the marina with all my gear. If it’s a south-westerly then it's doubly hard. Other than that it's a really nice cycle. The most difficult thing is organising childcare which any other working parent would know. Kids finish school at 3:15 and I don't get home till 19:00 - I don't see them till it's bedtime. I try and make it so Woody doesn't need to pick up the kids until around 17:00. Luckily I've got some really good. friends around, so if they're at a friends he'll go and to pick them up from there. When he's away it's even more difficult. Woody finds - you know - he's not used to dealing with the kids and he finds it quite difficult and [LAUGHS].. I'll just leave that one! Sorry Woody! Summer holidays are coming up. I can't do so much work so I have to cut back. So I'm kind of like torn between wanting to go out and do my work which I really enjoy as well and being with the children. The other thing this summer is we're supposed to be unwinding everything and packing up and moving on and I'm going to try and work that out around the kids so that's going to be a bit challenging. You've got to kind of keep the house going. The house actually turns out like a complete tip, the kitchen is never like this in the summer holidays. You're making packed lunches, you're going out doing things.. come back.. tea it's just kind of constant - it's like being a catering industry sometimes. It's about keeping them active really. If they stay too long inside they’ll start fighting and the other challenging thing is, when I'm at home with the kids I'm often on call for the lifeboat so you never know when that might happen, you're always aware that the pager could go off. The last shout was a few nights ago - it was a night I'd been lifeguarding all day so I was exhausted and it was a boat in trouble outside the marina - engine failure - and had to be towed in. So I went around about midnight probably got back in around about two. It takes about half an hour to kind of calm down again and then get to sleep so I don't know how many hours sleep I got that night really. And the next day I was up, it was a school day I think and I was back on lifeguard duty from 10:30 for another 8 hours. ⒸⓄⓃⓃⒺⒸⓉ ▷PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/mothershipadrift Contributions to the video blog budget greatly appreciated! ▷YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/mothershipadrift Video blogs from the boat! ▷INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mothershipadrift Photos from the boat, the crew, the sea and other sailing families and characters! ▷FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mothershipadrift Updates, photos videos and news as it happens! ▷AMAZON: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/mothershipadriftfamilytravelandsailingblogs Products, spares and items we have on the boat! ▷TWITTER: https://twitter.com/moshipadrift Chats and comments from the boat ▷WEBSITE: https://www.mothershipadrift.com Coming Soon!
SEALAND COMET - Maersk Line container ship 2014
The U.S.A. flagged MAERSK LINE container carrier SEALAND COMET sailed in the Kanmon Strait heading to Pusan. 米国船籍のMAERSKのコンテナ船 SEA LAND COMET が海峡を釜山へ向かいました。 SEALAND COMET MMSI: 338420000 IMO: 9106182 Callsign: WDB9950 Type: Container ship Size: 292m X 32m GT: 49,985 tons DWT: 59,840 tons Built: 1995 Yard: JMU ( Japan ) Flag: United States of America [2014/09/08] Camera: Nikon D3100 Lens: TAMRON Model B016 *** Please SUBSCRIBE to my Ships and Planes Channel *** このチャンネルでは船舶と航空機の動画をほぼ毎日UPしています。【チャンネル登録】をお待ちしております。 この動画は YouTube 動画エディタ(http://www.youtube.com/editor)で作成しました
Views: 3363 binmei jp
Verladung Ferrol 8:9:2014
Loading of blades for wind turbines onto ship by EMS Chartering, experts in shipping and logistics.
Sailing Tangaroa - We Sail Around 1 of the 5 Great Southern Capes of the World in Western Australia
Salty live aboards James & Hanski on our 37 ft James Wharram gypsy Catamaran are finally off around Cape Leeuwin in Western Australia, the most south westerly point of Australia and 1 of the 5 great southern capes of the world! With the wind finally blowing us in the right direction we sail the windy cape and cross over into the Indian Ocean! 2 happy sailors moored in turquoise waters for the summer time. Anyone want to give two salties a job???!!! ;) You can follow us on Instagram: Hanskirose Music- Tash Sultana- Jungle The Wombats- Cover Jarryd James 'do you remember' Lurch and chief- We are the same
Views: 13504 Sailing Tangaroa
British Virgin Islands Outter Islands & Charter
The British Virgin Islands Outter Islands and Chartering.
Bad Catamaran Sailing: 1st time without training (Caribbean Sea)
We had some problem but after getting some hints on a fly we figured out how to survive...
Views: 1990 iTrubin

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