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Bodies at sea

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the sea.

We swim in it, fly over it and pollute it; we harvest its resources and, in greater quantities that ever before, we consume goods that come to us in ships that have sailed over it. 882 more words

Empire

Brigs, Barges & Wild Rovers: Transit from the Port of New York

Before the mid–20th century, when air travel took over as the fastest mode of transporting people and our things around the globe, our ancestors primarily relied on ships for trade and transit. 823 more words

Manuscripts And Ephemera

THE TENDER TRAP- GOING ASHORE BY SMALL BOAT

When you take a cruise anywhere in the wotld, there is almost always a good chance that, at one port or another, you will have to go ashore by tender. 781 more words

Starlite changes the image of PH maritime industry; launches 2nd brand-new roro

HIROSHIMA, Japan — Importing second-hand Roll-On Roll-Off (Ro-Ro) vessels from Japan seems to be a thing of the past for the Philippine maritime industry.

Just last Wednesday (Manila time), Batangas-based shipping firm Starlite Ferries Inc. 520 more words

NEWS

Expat travel tips for South East Asia

When people are about to travel to places like Bali or Thailand they generally receive oodles of free advice from friends and family. It can seem that everyone has a favorite travel tip that must be adhered to, an item of luggage that must be taken, and a medical cure that must be followed in the event of illness or injury. 1,462 more words

Considering Transatlantic on the QM2

A few of you have written me in confusion. How can I have entries dedicated to Wales and London, when this is a blog dedicated to travel without flying? 963 more words

Space Liners: Technology game-changer series (part 2/3)

Dronies (selfies with a drone), 90 minute flights from Australia to the UK and zero-carbon cities are just some of the great innovations that we can look forward to by 2021. 445 more words

Technology