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Jan. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Natasha Boyden, analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about her investment strategy. Boyden and Tim Coffin, investment manager at M2M Management Ltd., also discuss the outlook for the shipping industry. (Source: Bloomberg)
Do you know how the early sailors navigate the oceans? The technology today makes it real easy to navigate the oceans. But it's very interesting to know how the early sailors managed to navigate without it. There's a lot of history on it. I tried my best to compile some important and interesting parts of it into this video. Hope you like it :) ► Production Team Creator - Omkar Bhagat http://fb.com/omkarbhagat Narration - Haley Anne Chamberlain Nelson http://youtube.com/untamedscience ► Website and Social Links Twitter - http://twitter.com/thecuriousenggr Facebook - http://fb.com/thecuriousengineer Google+ - http://gplus.to/omkar4 Website - http://thecuriousengineer.org ► Attribution and Credits | Copyright Stuff Brightly Fancy Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) http://incompetech.com/...
"Roaming Empire" is from Maritime's new album "Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones" available now via Dangerbird Records. Purchase the album! - Vinyl: http://smarturl.it/magneticbodiesLP - CD: http://smarturl.it/magneticbodiesCD - iTunes/Google Play: http://smarturl.it/magneticbodiesDL - Stream: http://smarturl.it/magneticbodies
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Someone asked me to do an acoustic cover of Cat Like Thief by Boxcar Racer, so here it is! I recorded quickly, and used the actual song to keep time. I simply recorded with my Zoom h4n, and imported the tracks into garageband. Nothing fancy, but this is what it sounds like when I do it.
Hey everyone, here is a track we put down in the studio last week. For best experience, listen to in isolation with big head phones. Make sure to follow us on twitter @maritimeSL, and like us on facebook if you enjoy what you hear!
-Soul Seekers Official Production- Tonight on The Soul Seekers We take you aboard one of the most haunted ships in the USA. The Star Of India This ship is located in the heart of San Diego County Ghost Hunter from SYFY investigated this ship with little to no evidence. Soul Seekers Dante Reeder, Allan Williams and Matt Benton give you the most in depth look into this legendary ship's History and a Complete Private investigation, We capture various top shelf pieces of evidence aboard this Vessel, After you view this video you will have no doubts in your mind why this Ship is So Well known the for Paranormal Activity said to take place here- Enjoy- Soul Seekers From Paranormal Challenge-,
3 hours at Peterborough for some good freight workings and lunch and could possibly have had pigeon pie.
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This video is part 1 of the "Getting Started in Celestial Navigation" video series. Part 1 of "Getting Started in Celestial Navigation," (The Marine Sextant) describes the marine sextant, it's parts, and how to measure the angle from the horizon to the sun. It also introduces the concepts of "limbs" and how to read the sextant. Here are some additional resources pertaining to this lesson: 1. Wikipedia "Sextant" - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sextant 2. How to build a simple sextant - http://www.tecepe.com.br/nav/CDSextantProject.htm 3. Artificial horizons - http://www.sailingmagazine.net/how-to/technique/620-celestial-navigation-.html Navigation Materials All example problems in this course use the 1981 Training Nautical Almanac and HO229 (there are no example problems in this les...
The crew that boarded the square rigged sailing ship Star of Bengal at the Alaska Packer's Association Wrangel cannery in September, 1908 were about to become unwilling participants in one of the great maritime disasters in Pacific Northwest history. There were 134 sailors and cannery hands on the ship, laden with 52,000 cases of canned salmon valued at $216,000. As the vessel left the dock, a pair of small steamers took the ship's six-inch hemp lines in tow, and the three-vessel flotilla headed seaward. Only 28 men lived to tell the story of what happened next. Experience the wreck of the Star of Bengal in John Sabella's 2001 documentary Sockeye and the Age of Sail.