RNLI

Irish lifeboats from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

RNLI

I like the idea of using waves in my logo and contrasting that against the boat. I think that representing movement, speed and drama can all be represented by using waves.

RNLI

RNLB Prototype (Shannon Class) lifeboat in rough seas off Portland Bill

Pilot boat Queenscliffe Victoria Australia.

Pilot boat Queenscliffe Victoria Australia.

Queenscliff Pilot Boat

Queenscliff Pilot Boat


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JW Westcott on the Detroit River  SDC12080a by ddatch54, via Flickr

Redford Theater, Detroit, MI on a fence along Fenkell Mile) in Detroit, MI on an abandoned house in Detroit, MI .

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art show on the lighthouse tender Lilac!

Lettie G Howard, a painting I am very proud of, I have sailed on the Lettie a few times over the years and I have also done a lot of maintenance work on her over the years too.

tea towel calendars

tea towel calendars

Tea Towels,Calendar,Nautical,Boats,Menu,Ships

70.8%: 21st WoodenBoat Show @ Mystic Seaport_2: Gannon and Benjamin Tribute

Master Craftsmen Come to Life in Michael Ruhlman's Wooden Boats - Signature Reads

Michigan Exposures: Visiting the USS Iowa

Michigan Exposures: Visiting the USS Iowa

Rebecca Hammann

Rebecca Hammann

tugster

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FRYING PAN, PIER 66

frying pan, pier 66

Frying Pans,Grater,Multifunctional,Kitchen Tools,Potato,Fruit,Ships

Google “John B. Caddell” now and you’ll see lots of stories describing this vessels as a “168′ water tanker” or a “700-ton water tanker.”  It’s NOT a water tanker.  It was built as hull # 137 for Chester A. Poling Inc.  to transport petroleum.  Soon after delivery, it was turned over to the Navy and redubbed YO-140.    After the war, ownership was returned to the Poling company, and until its sale “foreign”  about two years ago.  It’s NOT a water tanker . . . it did not transport water as a…

Post-Stomy Miscellany

Google “John B. Caddell” now and you’ll see lots of stories describing this vessels as a “168′ water tanker” or a “700-ton water tanker.” It’s NOT a water tanker. It was built as hull # 137 for Chester A. Poling Inc. to transport petroleum. Soon after delivery, it was turned over to the Navy and redubbed YO-140. After the war, ownership was returned to the Poling company, and until its sale “foreign” about two years ago. It’s NOT a water tanker . . . it did not transport water as a…

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