Messing About In Ships


Messing About In Ships Podcast #3 by Peter A. Mello
December 20, 2007, 7:01 pm
Filed under: podcast, shownotes

Podcast Episode 3:

(33 minutes)

This week’s highlights include:

  • the introduction of a new feature, A Mariner’s Perspective;
  • roundtable discussion about education, training and career opportunities in the maritime field with guest Captain Bob Glover, director of education at Northeast Maritime Institute;
  • our Internet Ports of Call;
  • some holiday music from the Podsafe Music Network.

A Mariner’s Perspective

Introducing Captain Kelly Sweeney, master mariner, monthly contributor to Professional Mariner magazine and author of From the Bridge: Authentic Modern Sea Stories;

Introductions

John Konrad, gCaptain.com

Peter A. Mello, Sea-Fever Consulting LLC

Captain Robert Glover, director of education, Northeast Maritime Institute

Roundtable Discussion

Maritime education, training and career opportunities (check back soon for more links)

Internet Ports of Call

Bob’s recommendation: US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Licensing and Documentation – Where to Begin

John’s recommendation: Panbo – The Marine Electronics Weblog

Peter’s recommendation: Fred Fry International’s Maritime Monday

This Week’s Music

I Saw Three Ships Sailing by Dusty Hughes from the Podsafe Music Network

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So I wonder how many people have gone from Tabor Acedemy and Tabor Boy to Maine Maritime or other Maritime Academies. After listening to this podcast I know of three at MMA, myself ’00, Matt Phelan ’96 and Bob Glover. I know of a couple guys who went to Mass Maritime, Mike Close ’99 and Mike Maher, at least one who went to CMA, Ben Hemple ’95, one at USMMA, John Phelan ’01.
Another note to anyone interested, I was one of the first to go through the Sail Training concentration at Maine Maritime and loved it. I can’t even imagine how much better the classes are now after having a few years to improve on them. I ended up taking the first version of a lot of them. If someone wants a career in Tall Ships and a college degree it’s a perfect match.

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