Starboard

23 Apr 19
blairbirding

It seems like I have been planning this trip forever and now my departure is only 6 days away.  On Monday April 30, I fly to Boston and take a giant step on my 50/50/50 Adventure that will take me to 15 states in 30 days, birding in 13 of them and hopefully adding all […]

23 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

A sailor survived as the only person two of the worst sea disasters of the 20th century – the sinking of the Titanic and the RMS Lusitania – claimed his relatives. George Beauchamp has lied about his age to get a job as a firefighter aboard the RMS Titanic, which the shipbuilders Harland and Wolff […]

23 Apr 19
Boat Parts

FV3T16778 Mercury 3.0L Optimax Fuel Rail Starboard PN 884430T Fits 2000-2006 – Buy – FV3T16778 Mercury 3.0L Optimax Fuel Rail Starboard PN 884430T Fits 2000-2006

23 Apr 19
Shorth Stories & Baking & other stuff

England The orders came down the 2nd week in March the Division was moving out. Trucks lined both sides of every street and surrounded the barracks; men loaded everything that wasn’t nailed down. The soldiers wearing their packs and carrying their rifles marched toward the train station. What used to be their home was being […]

23 Apr 19
Severn School Sailing Team

-when covered, TACK. Unless you are suckering someone, you cannot simply sail along in bad air making the opponents job exponentially easier. A couple times on the final beat we saw this. In the 1,5,6 when we gave up the 1, everything was working except that the two boats that were on starboard never tacked… […]

23 Apr 19
MIKE BELL POETRY

My beer-slipped schemes drift from under me – from my legs – as if my intentions are blown whilst I am at my high helm of hard rope pulls – without her – in my pain-clinkered craft and it shifts to starboard – now translated into my Cornish-Sussex parlance but it is a one-man adjust […]

23 Apr 19
FISHER'S NET

The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Titanic! That legendary paradox of historic achievement – and monumental tragedy! At the time it was built, it was the largest ever movable man-made object; When it sunk in 1912, claiming the lives of about 1,500 souls, it was the worst maritime disaster history had ever known! Yet what on […]

23 Apr 19
Tim Maltin

FALSE. But this is possibly true in the case of some Third Class men, in some parts of the ship, who were not allowed up to the lifeboats with the women and children under the rule of Women and Children first. It is a myth that Third Class passengers, including women and children, were locked […]

23 Apr 19
englishsux

[Disclaimer: this ‘piece’ is an ‘unfinished’ one I began nearly a year ago now and which I have struggled through many convoluted renditions, unable to unify it under one singular idea and constantly adding new, practically unrelated little additions. Still, it maintains, in essence, to be a conceptual piece that ventures to explore the ‘mysterious’ […]

23 Apr 19
persuasion

April 4 The sun was just coming up when we weighed anchor at 06:40 and left the anchorage at Manjack Cay. It was a beautiful day to be on the water. Here are some of our sightings today from Persuasion: Passing by Cooperstown on our port side And Powell Cay on our starboard side. Enjoyed […]

23 Apr 19
Hoang Lan Dang

20.000 Leagues under the sea Jules Verne CHAPTER XXII “AEGRI SOMNIA” The following day 10th January, the Nautilus continued her course between two seas, but with such remarkable speed that I could not estimate it at less than thirty-five miles an hour. The rapidity of her screw was such that I could neither follow nor […]

23 Apr 19
Arbitration Law Firm Information

https://www.acerislaw.com/ Starboard: Demise charters and the creation of a paper reality – JD Supra – Starboard: Demise charters and the creation of a paper reality  JD Supra The recent case of The “Mount Apo” and the “Hanjin Ras Laffan” [2019] SGHC 57 brings to mind difficulties that may sometimes be encountered in proving the … http://ow.ly/guuX50rfXqY

22 Apr 19
Silvered Tongue

A new year, a new volume. So glad to be back TL’ing HnA!Thank-you so much for the fans who have stuck, not only with the fandom, but with us through unpredictable release schedules and long dry spells. Thank-you. **UPDATE: I just fixed a bunch of formatting, so if it messed something else, please let me […]

22 Apr 19
RH Boats

Several key components make up the main structure of most boats. The hull is the main structural component of the boat and provides buoyancy. The gunnel, which make up the sides of the boat, offers protection from water and makes the boat harder to sink. The roughly horizontal, chambered structures spanning the hull of the […]

22 Apr 19
S/Y SPACE ODDITY

Life on our boat in Patagonia, and how we came to have a stove.