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Sunshine and Snaps: Belfast Maritime Festival 2016

What better a way to spend a rare sunny Sunday afternoon in Belfast than at the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival?

As my sporadic blogging (to put it lightly) might have indicated, life has been a little hectic of late, and blogging and photography fell by the wayside, but Belfast came to life this week and gave me the perfect opportunity to get back into my stride. 173 more words

Lauren Penman


Tout recommença à Rochefort sur Mer, une petite ville proche de La Rochelle en France. Une incroyable idée après plus de 200 ans d’oubli. Faire renaítre l’Hermione. 442 more words


Tall Ships to return to Nova Scotia for Canada's 150th anniversary

What better way to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday than with a fleet of Tall Ships?

Returning to Halifax just in time for the province’s anniversary celebration, a fleet of 40 vessels will sail into the harbour next July. 278 more words


May Diary 2016

Well, April was something of a disaster!  I had to cut my South West trip short as there were problems with my car – it turned out the alternator was slowly dying and communicating its distress to the steering and clutch through the wonders of modern car electronics.   503 more words


What is a Cuauhtémoc?

New London Light

USCG Barque Eagle

At the pier, New London CT

Passing Race Point LIght

Proud Parents

Can you see us now?

The Cuauhtémoc is the Mexican Navy’s tall ship.  544 more words

Shaping the port frames ...

The shipwrights have been shaping the frames on the port side, ready for the strakes to be fitted. Small battens will be placed along the length of the ship setting out where the strakes or planks are to be fitted. 65 more words

Alma Doepel

Uprig 2016

It’s been a while, but I’m ready to get back at it. Since last we spoke, I roadtripped to Wisconsin to spend time with some friends, played a lot of… 1,012 more words