Messing About In Ships


Messing About In Ships podcast episode 19 by Peter A. Mello
April 17, 2008, 4:31 am
Filed under: podcast, shownotes

Episode 19 of Messing About In Ships has launched.

(49 minutes)

Download MP3: Messing About In Ships Episode 19 – April 17, 2008

News

Return of the Artful Blogger

Listener/reader comments

Career Change.

I recently found your podcast. Thank you, I enjoy it. I have been on boats(recreational) since before I could walk. You talk a bit about jobs in the maritime fields. What opportunities exist for someone like me? I am about to turn 40. I am a project Manager involved with building efficiency and renewable energy projects
What type of training would be involved.

Thanks,

Craig

Listener Chart

Sea Stories

John –

General News of the week

Peter –

In Weak Rivets, Possible Key to Titanic’s Doom

Internet Ports of Call

John –

Maritime Mashups (TBA)
Maritime Blogroll

Peter –

New Bedford Whaling Museum

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2 Comments so far
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I appreciate you mentioning the Whaling Museum. I am just finishing a book about the Confederate Navy’s actions against the whaling fleet around the world. If you enjoy obscure history and are interested in the subject I can recommend The lost fleet : a Yankee whaler’s struggle against the Confederate Navy and Arctic disaster.

FWIW the audio levels in this show are much better.

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