I’m planning on testing some marine related social media software called BlooSee… I’ll give a report back later.
Crows were kept on ships as an aid to navigation, and were kept high on a mast. Hence the origin of the term “Crow’s Nest”.
It came late in the season. Be safe.
It should go without saying, but I’ll say it anyway… Be weather wise before heading out to sea.
Spring is still upon us, and it sure looks like a day worth getting out and enjoying.
Today is the Santa Barbara Nautical Swap Meet in the Main Harbor Parking lot from 8 a.m. to noon.
Don’t underestimate the danger of cold water. Here’s some Cold Water survival tips. Be safe.
May 21st through May 27th SANTA BARBARA, CA – 05/13/2011 Accidents happen too fast on the water to reach for stowed life jackets. Most boating fatalities are drownings – and 84 percent of those who drown aren’t wearing a life jacket. Now, new styles are available – comfortable, lightweight, and perfect for any boating activity. … Read more
[flickr id=”2893053893″ thumbnail=”medium” align=”left”] It’s safe boating month. Remember it’s never too soon to learn about the importance of safety at sea. Nature is a powerful force deserving of respect.
Safety tip: Keep your bilge pumps in working order…. You never know when you may need them.
SANTA BARBARA HARBOR NAUTICAL SWAP MEET Treasure Trove of Nautical Trinkets, Tackle and Things Saturday, May 14th from 8 am to Noon SANTA BARBARA, CA – 05/10/2011 The City of Santa Barbara Waterfront Department, in conjunction with the Santa Barbara Harbor Merchants Associations, invites you to the Fifth Annual Santa Barbara Harbor Nautical Swap Meet … Read more