Messing About In Ships

Messing About In Ships Episode # 15 by Peter A. Mello
March 15, 2008, 3:26 am
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Messing About In Ships podcast episode #15 has launched.

(46 minutes)

Download MP3 file: Messing About In Ships 15

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Listener/reader comments

MAIS – 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.

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

Jerry – Great stuff! I really enjoy listening to your podcast.
I do often have a problem with audio level. John is often tough to hear so I turn up the volume and then Peter is way to loud. I understand the the difficulties especially when John is away on sea duty.
Interesting subjects, great interviews, keep up the great job.

Listener Chart

S/V Frenasi – “Listener Renoun usually messes around with boats here and in surrounding waters.”

Bill B – Hi Guys, Really enjoy the podcasts! I’m a former schooner captain and deep sea chief mate (still keep up the license) but now working ashore and keeping up with my teenage kids… Keep up the good work!

Storm Watch with Rob Stormer

Sea Stories

John – National Sleep Awareness Week

Tips – How To stay Awake On Watch

Peter – To London 2012: Jettison the logo but don’t abandon the ship

Internet Ports of Call

John – Stumble Upon

John’s Stumble Account

-Peter’s Stumble Account

Peter – Maritime Compass

Podshow PDN {podshow-f9eb8094792acea2563a71bf635e6ecd}


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