Messing About In Ships


The Bridge Team

Co-Hosts

Captian John Konrad

Captain John Konrad, gCaptain.com

Twitter.com/gCaptain

and

Peter A. Mello

Peter A. Mello, Sea-Fever Consulting LLC

Twitter.com/PeterMello

Contributors

“A Mariner’s Perspective”

Captain Kelly Sweeney

Captain Kelly Sweeney

captsweeney@professionalmariner.com

 

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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.

Comment by Jerry

Thanks for listening and commenting!
We use a piece of software called Levelator to try to equalize the sound but we obviously haven’t mastered it yet. Thanks for you patience!

Comment by Peter A. Mello

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

Comment by Craig

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Good day.. My name is Hariesh Manaadiar.. I have been in the shipping industry for the past 20 years having worked in various countries.. I am writing a couple of shipping blogs aimed at assisting newcomers to the shipping and freight industry.. One of these blogs is specific to South Africa and is titled Shipping in South Africa and this blog can be viewed at http://shippinginsouthafrica.wordpress.com.. The other blog is a blog relating to shipping in general around the world and this blog can be viewed on http://theworldofshipping.wordpress.com..

Since October 2008 the Shipping in South Africa blog has attracted about 15,300 visitors and the world of shipping has about 2,500 visitors since December 2008..

I would like to know if we could do a link swap between our websites.. I will place a link to your website on my blogs and you can reciprocate the same by placing a link to my blogs on your website.. Am sure that this will be beneficial to both of us to increase visitors to our sites..

Looking forward to your favourable response..

Regards
Hariesh Manaadiar

Pls visit and subscribe to my blogs :
http://shippinginsouthafrica.wordpress.com
http://theworldofshipping.wordpress.com
http://manaadiar.wordpress.com

Connect with me on LinkedIn :
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