Monthly Archives: October 2011

U.S. Shores Brace Themselves for Up to 20 Million Tons of Tsunami Debris | Maritime News | Maritime Executive Magazine

U.S. Shores Brace Themselves for Up to 20 Million Tons of Tsunami Debris | Maritime News | Maritime Executive Magazine. Advertisements

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Quote of the day 53

‘There is no time difference between Shanghai and Hong Kong.’ –     Part of the announcement on the Dragonair flights to HK. (Priceless, try something like 50 years hehe)

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National Maritime Museum’s photostream

A beautiful collection of old maritime photographs: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationalmaritimemuseum/

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Maasmond Maritime

A great source of daily maritime news clippings and pictures can be found here: Maasmond Maritime. Subscription to the daily news email is free.

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Marine Navigation App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

A great tool to view marine charts on iPad or iPhone. I used it while sailing in Thailand, and it works like a charm. Check it out: iNavX

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17 million RMB yacht sinks immediately after christening

Found on chinaSMACK, no comment: http://www.chinasmack.com/2011/stories/17-million-rmb-luxury-boat-sinks-immediately-after-christening.html

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