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Alhamdulillah akhirnya lepas juga kapal maritime lady
Nach einer schweren Schiffskollision auf der Elbe kenterte der Düngemittelfrachter "Maritime Lady". Kieloben liegend wurde das Schiff nach Cuxhaven gebracht, wo es dann geborgen wurde. Pressebericht: https://www.welt.de/print-welt/article184145/Maritime-Lady-wird-in-Cuxhaven-abgedichtet.html
The Lady of Seas, Jbeil Byblos, Lebanon (sanctuary and church): The Lady of seas is the popularized name of this sanctuary. The appellation of «Maritime» may refer to the name that the foreigners gave to a sanctuary for the Virgin lady: their patron saint and protector, during their maritime travels for occupation and wars. Thanks to the city of Byblos, one of the oldest countries, that kept its identity of a maritime warlike and commercial port, the travelers gave for one of its sanctuaries the name of «The Lady of Seas» or «The Lady of Maritime». The few documentation of the Ontoch archives shows that the church of the Lady «Maritime» which situation is in the south of Byblos, was given to the Lebanese Maronite order by the Prince Youssef CHEHAB as the church of St. John-Marc and the o...
Only 11 of Germany's 1,445 container ship captains are female. 26-year-old Julia Petzold is hoping to join them. She's second-in-command on the carrier vessel Grietje, and is hoping to be made captain within the next five years. More information: http://www.dw.de/made-in-germany-the-business-magazine-2013-05-28/e-16800415-9798
The Maritime Tactical Operations Group (MTOG) is a specialized unit that delivers a proficient, capable and tactically agile force and protection capability. MTOG is one of the CAF units capable of enforcing maritime interdiction. Maritime Tactical Operators belonging to this unit employ a spectrum of advanced tactics, such as hand-to-hand combat, improvised explosive device (IED) identification, close quarters tactics, as well as tactical shooting.
00:00 - 01 - Overture 01:28 - 02 - Song of the Red War-Boat 05:02 - 03 - Sir Patrick Spens 09:24 - 04 - Sir Andrew Barton 13:03 - 05 - The Spanish Armada 15:18 - 06 - The Zealous Puritan 18:43 - 07 - The Dutch in the Medway 22:22 - 08 - We Have Fed Our Sea 27:29 - 09 - Andrew Rose 31:18 - 10 - The Death of Nelson 34:48 - 11 - On a British Man-of-war 37:53 - 12 - You Gentlemen of England 41:57 - 13 - The China Clipper
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Here is one of history’s most interesting women, in a portrait by Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun that is in a special show at the Metropolitan Museum until May 15—and along with other portraits in that show (such as Mme. Du Barry, Louis XV’s last mistress) it is a great addition to the Shady Ladies tour. Emma Hamilton (played by Vivian Leigh in “That Hamilton Woman”) was a woman of great beauty and a favorite model of many painters. But she was also a person of great talents. Read more about this fascinating woman. http://www.shadyladiestours.com/meet-lady-emma-hamilton-a-woman-of-great-beauty/
Sakay ni Ina, Lourdes, Tiwi, Albay Philippines 2013 The Traslacion The people of Tiwi were also ardent devotees of the Lady of Salvation. Tradition gives account that whenever the fiesta in Tiwi was approaching, the parish priest would personally get the image from Joroan. This practice is also called as a Traslacion.[note 7] The arrival of the image to the town of Tiwi was a moment of great rejoicing, and a musical band would usually greet the image.[note 8] However, this practice was short lived by the typhoon that devastated Joroan in 1895. The Chapel was completely destroyed but the image was miraculously still standing in its pedestal unharmed. From the debris, the people of Joroan reconstructed half of the chapel. But later on, everything deteriorated. The long rift of bitterness...
Track listing: Cradle Rock - 0:00 I Wonder Who - 7:39 Tattoo'd Lady - 15:30 Too Much Alcohol - 20:35 As The Crow Flies - 29:05 A Million Miles Away - 35:00 Walk On Hot Coals - 44:32 Who's That Coming? - 55:40 Back On My Stompin' Ground - 01:05:50 Maritime (Instrumental) - 01:11:13
16 year old Jessica Watson spent 210 days on board “Ella’s Pink Lady,” a Sparkman and Stephens 34, as she sailed solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world, completing her voyage in Sydney, Australia on 15 May, 2010. Thank you Queensland Maritime Museum in Brisbane for taking such good care of Ella's Pink Lady. I felt privileged to be able to visit EPL in May 2012 with 14 of my friends from Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada who are just a few of Jessica's most dedicated supporters. At the start of this video, our friend and amateur radio operator, Clint, talks during our drive to the museum about some of Jessica’s HF radio position reports to Tascoast radio that he heard early in her voyage.