“Yachty By Nature” by Sweatson Klank & Mr. Goldman
SeaOrbiter is a futuristic, semi-submersible aquatic research vessel designed by “sea architect” Jacques Rougerie. With construction set to begin this spring, the SeaOrbiter will feature 12 separate decks, containing a mixture of pressurized and un-pressurized labs and living quarters. With a goal to be actively exploring 24/7, the crew of 18 will definitely be living with the currents in this, the first “nomadic international oceanic station.”
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When the Bounty went down during Hurricane Sandy, millions watched on TV as the Coast Guard rescued 14 survivors—but couldn’t save the captain and one of his crew. A huge question lingered in the aftermath: what was this vessel—a leaking replica built in 1960 for the film Mutiny on the Bounty—doing in the eye of the storm?
Dean Ween, a.k.a. Mickey Melchiondo runs a fishing boat charter down off the Jersey Shore. “No bananas onboard the boat.”
Created by Ray Young in 1944 for the last ten submarines built by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company during World War II. Other insignias were designed by the Walt Disney Company.
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Shaped on all Six Sides
Smith Journal looks at the craft of Ray Gascoigne, who expertly creates ships in bottles.
Shipping out: on the (nearly lethal) comforts of a luxury cruise by David Foster Wallace
An Australian mining tycoon is building an exact replica of the original Titanic to be sailed on the original route. However by the time the boat launches in 2016, icebergs will be a thing of the past.