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Date:
                    09/30/98 22:58:36
 Name:
                    Capt. R.J.Bowen
 E-mail:
                    rjbowen@capecod.net
 Company Name:
                    Mass. MAritime Academy
 How the site was found:
                    Found you in Excite
 Opinion of site:
                    Very Good
 

Comments:
30 Sept 98Seeking info on merchant ship automation vs.manning reductions as effects shipboard damage control / firefighting
vs. potential environmental impacts. Info for paper required for graduate school at Univ. RHode Island Dept. of Marine affairs.
Am unlimited Master, 22 yrs as mate, master , pilot---not one of the granola environmentalist---so my approach as that of
seafarer not the whale huggers!Best rgds to allR.J.Bowenemail: rjbowen@capecod.net

 

From: Andrew Brown (NCS RANR) (asb@lawsocnsw.asn.au)
       Date: Mon Sep 21 03:03:50 1998

       shiptracker

       BZ. An excellent web site. Please keep up the good work
       and stay in touch for next time you are in Oz.

       Regards

       Andrew Brown
 
 
 

       From: Wally Davies (samdy@cableol.co.uk)
       Date: Fri Sep 18 16:12:50 1998

       Ship identification

       Are there any databases available which would enable me
       to get more info. on the shipping in the Bristol
       Channel U.K
       I ask because I have currently moved and can see
       various vessels in the channel from my home .
 
 
 
 

       From: uche animadu (ulo@argolink.net)
       Date: Wed Sep 16 20:58:44 1998

       FISHING PARTNER

       I AM LOOKING FOR FISHING COMPANY WITH FISHING/SHRIMPING
       VESSEL THAT IS INTERESTED IN GOING INTO FISHING JOINT
       VENTURE IN AFRICA. LOTS OF FISHING FREEDOM,VERY MINIMAL
       RESTRICTIONS.

       FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE E-MAIL MR UCHE ANIMADU AT
       ULO@ARGOLINK.NET
 
 
 

       From: Dietrich Bondurant (sales@bondurantlumber.com)
       Date: Tue Sep 15 14:04:55 1998

       Reefer sticks

       I'm looking to purchase some reefer sticks. They are
       3/8" x 1 1/2" x about 3'. They are used in shipping
       frozen produce. If anyone know where or who I could
       call to get some please let me know. They must be
       located somewhere in the eastern half of the US in
       order to keep the frieght charge down.

       Thanks!!

       Dietrich