Messing About In Ships


Messing About In Ships Episode # 14 by Peter A. Mello
March 7, 2008, 4:27 am
Filed under: podcast, shownotes

Messing About In Ships podcast episode #14 has launched. (38 minutes)

Listener Chart

  • Carrie Caignet – St. Pete Beach, FL (picture in front of American Liberty)
  • S/V Helan Gar
  • Mataroa – Lyttelton, New Zealand
  • Christiaan Connover – Cadet at Massachusetts Maritime Academy who blogs about life as a Maritime cadet, and other maritime-related information.
  • Heidi Cool – “I’m just a casual sailor who finds the podcast interesting, so I thought I’d share a picture of a local ship, Steamship William G. Mather, Northcoast Harbor, Cleveland Ohio”
  • David – parts unknown the US midwest.

Storm Watch with Rob Stormer 

Sea Stories

 John – USS New York Article Rescue 3 – 9/11 Tribute Peter – Sir Edmund Hillary and the Spirit of Adventure

Internet Ports of Call (10/40)

John – Expedition Yacht.orgPeter – Cadet Christiaan Conover @ Mass Maritime Academy Download MP3 file: Messing About In Ships Episode # 14Subscribe Via iTunes HERE

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Thanks for the mention in episode 14, but Mataroa, a Polynesian word, is pronounced mat-a-rower. The original Mataroa (1922-1957) was a Shaw Savill liner on the New Zealand run. I’ve kept the name for a 30 foot steel off-shore ketch, now based at Lyttelton.

Comment by Mataroa

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WTF was with the marine wx band broadcast cut into the podcast???

Comment by Frank

So I feel like a fool that I only got around to listening to this episode today. Thanks for the endorsement!

Comment by Christiaan




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