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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
Let us relive the unique WAW-VIE flight once more!
Staff Captain Wendy Williams is one of three department heads who oversees everything that happens onboard Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas. Get a behind the scenes peek at her important role onboard. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Adventure ships out here: http://www.RoyalCaribbean.com Subscribe to Royal Caribbean on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcI2xvnsFkRG2HAx1R3ObfQ?sub_confirmation=1 Royal Caribbean on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalcaribbean Royal Caribbean on Twitter: http://twitter.com/royalcaribbean Royal Caribbean on Instagram: http://instagram.com/royalcaribbean
A tour of the best cabin on the Carnival Sunshine cruise ship... cabin 9115, one of two Captain's Suites onboard. This is the largest cabin on the ship and also features the largest balcony. This suite has a living room, a bedroom, two bathrooms, two televisions, a wardrobe area with closets, and large picture windows with an amazing view. The large balcony has padded outdoor furniture and is wind protected by large glass windows at the front and side. This cabin is located at the far forward end of Lido deck, directly above the ship's bridge. It did not originally exist when this ship was the Carnival Destiny. The "Captain's Suites" were added during the 2013 refurbishment when the ship was transformed in to the Carnival Sunshine. You may be wondering if the "Captain's Suite" is w...
Find out more about a job at sea: http://www.maersk.com/en/the-maersk-group/career/maritime-education What it's like to be as a crewmen onboard the container ship Edith Maersk. Follow us on Facebook for more news about Maersk and Maersk Jobs: http://facebook.com/maerskgroup You can also find Maersk Group here: http://www.maersk.com Or connect with us on the following social channels: Facebook: https://facebook.com/maerskgroup Twitter: https://twitter.com/maersk Google +: https://plus.google.com/+maersk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/maersk-group
Highlights, include Captain's commentary of the unique take-off, breaking the sound barrier and landing plus food & life onboard. Shows what it was like as a passanger on board the the aircraft at MACH2.0 and 57000" Includes detailed Captain commentary, the "Jamaica Bay" departure, champange, caviar & food! She is surely missed! This version is response to the popular request for me to re-load it without background music throughout. (The introduction has a very small amount that stops as soon as the Captian starts speaking) The music excerpt at the start of this video was arranged and produced by Rick Clarke - (aka Rickvanman on YouTube). Full details of the royalty free licence and music can be found at Rickvanman's source website: http://Music4YourVids.co.uk
February 15, 2010, Shepherd Captain Peter Bethune of the vessel Ady Gil, which was sunk by the Japanese security ship Shonan Maru 2, boarded the whaling ship to conduct a citizens arrest of the skipper of the Shonan Maru 2. Captain Bethune calmly knocked on the bridge wing door, entered the wheelhouse, and presented himself to the Captain of Shonan Maru 2 where he informed the skipper that he was under arrest for the sinking of the Sea Shepherd ship Ady Gil on January 6th, 2010. Australian Greens leader Bob Brown says he supports Mr Bethune's actions. "[I respect] his courage, his devotion to the whales and his simple fearlessness in going aboard the very ship that just a couple of weeks ago rammed his own ship and sank it, at risk to the lives of all six of his crew members," Senator B...
(22 Nov 2016) Airstrikes against Islamic State group (IS) positions in Iraq and Syria launch every day from the flight deck of the American aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. The carrier's captain Paul Spedero said since June they've dropped nearly 1,100 bombs as part of the Operation Inherent Resolve against IS in Iraq and Syria. The ship's 5,200 sailors arm, repair, launch and recover 7-20 Superhornet F18 fighter jets every day dropping on average 10 bombs but also reconnoitring in support of anti-IS coalition forces, Spedero said. The crew catapults the jets from the ship at 145mph, and they use a hook and cable to rapidly catch the fighter jets on the 500-foot long carrier deck. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/...
Peter transfers from the classroom onboard to talk about the subject of compasses