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New research vessel to help reduce Baltic Sea pollution
At 24 metres long and crammed with high-tech equipment, Stockholm University’s new research vessel Electra af Askö has been carefully adapted to research in the Baltic Sea. The vessel will give researchers across an array of disciplines a better view of pollution in the Baltic Sea. http://www.su.se/english/about/profile-areas/climate-seas-and-environment/new-research-vessel-to-help-reduce-baltic-sea-pollution-1.299761
Wreck removal Baltic Ace - Smit Salvage
Extended version with voice over. On 5 December 2012, the car carrier Baltic Ace sank with more than 1,400 cars on board after a collision with a container ship near the entrance of the main shipping lane leading to Rotterdam port. Rijkswaterstaat contracted Boskalis and its partner Mammoet Salvage for the wreck removal operation.
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Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic
For 450 years, no one knew where the Swedish warship Mars, named for the Roman god of war, sank in the Baltic Sea. The largest vessel of its time went down in a fierce battle in 1564 with more than 800 people aboard. Its discovery in 2011 yielded an astonishingly well-preserved ship, including the seamen who went down with it. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Legend has it that the ship was cursed because its cannons were made using metal from melted-down church bells. Read more about the Mars and its legend: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/07/140707-mars-shipwreck-warship-baltic-sea-archaeology-science/ Learn more about the Mars discovery and the project to study it: http://www.oceandiscovery.org/?q=mars SENIOR PRODUCER: Jeff Hertrick INTERVIEW VIDEOGRAPHER: Ingemar Lundgren UNDERWATER VIDEOGRAPHY: Ocean Discovery and Deep Sea UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY: Tomasz Stachura EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic https://youtu.be/yCaC5316tRg National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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VOS Star in SeaTerra movie
Between September 2017 and the summer of 2018, our modern subsea-support vessel, VOS Star, supported longstanding client SeaTerra GmbH on its geophysical survey projects in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. These surveys were conducted using a remote operated vehicle (ROV), in the context of seabed preparation prior to construction of a windpark and a gas pipeline. The subsequent data interpretation led to identification of potentially unexploded ordnance. These were then investigated further and cleared, with the assistance of remote-controlled devices (ROV, airlift), cranes and ordnance divers. This video footage, courtesy of SeaTerra, provides a unique insight into both shipboard and subsea operations performed by the Vroon and SeaTerra teams. During the period of intense joint operations, a very solid teamwork spirit developed, resulting in the surveys being performed in a safe, efficient and effective manner. For more information regarding our diverse offshore fleet and the wide range of services Vroon Offshore Services can offer, please contact our Chartering colleagues at [email protected]
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SAL: MV Svenja, transshipment of monopiles to installation vessel
Harvesting energy offshore always comes with its challenges. Weather, wind and waves are strong forces that immediately affect all elements of an offshore wind farm. This is why especially the foundations of each wind mill need to be strong, long-lasting, of good quality and built on solid ground. And transporting such important and sensitive pieces of cargo to its final destination can be quite challenging too. But luckily we love to face challenges and find solutions. With the transport of 174 monopiles and 68 transition pieces for the Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm, currently the largest (greenfield) offshore wind farm development in the world, SAL continues the strong track record as technical heavy lift transport supplier to complex offshore wind projects. Justin Archard, Corporate Director Commercial – SAL, states: “Being trusted as business partner for such an important project by GeoSea (DEME Group) shows that SAL is a state of the art technical heavy lift carrier, and adds to our successful track record in this business segment. I am proud that GeoSea choose SAL for this immense project.” SAL’s MV Svenja will transport the foundations from fabrication yards in Rostock (Germany) as well as Aalborg (Denmark) to the feeder port in Tees (United Kingdom). Part of the scope is also direct transshipments to GeoSeas installation vessels MV Innovation and MV Sea Installation which adds another technical element to the project execution. Philip Stackmann, Project Manager – SAL, adds: “Though the weight of the MPs is greater and the dimensions differ from past projects, our Engineering department was able to modify our existing seafastening and lifting equipment from former projects to carry out the current scope. This highlights our flexibility and our sustainable planning, to cope with the future requirements in the offshore wind market.” The MPs will be resting in special designed saddles and will be transported horizontally. A challenge to overcome is the flow of shipments between TPs and MPs, which will change along with the installation sequence of the foundations. This means that MV Svenja will have to rapidly change transport setup between vertical and horizontal shipments of units. Time is essential, but SAL has already shown its capabilities for meeting such a project scope. Sebastian Wenzel, Project Engineer – SAL, continues: “We have mobilized MV Svenja with special seafastening systems for the transport of MPs as well as TPs, and we can rapidly convert the vessel between the two types of cargo. The flexibility of the whole concept gives us the opportunity to react on changing demands of GeoSea within the project, e.g. to transport Horns Rev 3 primary steel TPs in horizontal position on short notice.” The transportation scope will continue to run for more than 250 days. The first monopiles have been delivered to the feeder port in Tees.
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How cruise ships handle their wastewater in the Baltic Sea
The shipping company Aida Cruises, Ports of Stockholm and the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) show how the wastewater is handled and purified on board cruise ships and in port. Ports of Stockholm can receive wastewater from all cruise ships and at all piers and connect to the city's water treatment facilities. Eight out of ten cruise ships leave wastewater at Ports of Stockholm. Most cruise ships also have their own advanced purification systems on board. CLIA has 98 percent of the world's cruise lines as members.
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How it looks inside Container Ship (Amazing Video Tour)
How it looks inside Container Ship? Take a video tour on CMA CGM Tigris. Would you like to join container vessel? Are you working now on container vessel? Please share your stories in comments :) #ship #container #maritime #sailing ⚓️ For more videos like this click like and subscribe ⚓️ Watch more maritime videos on our channel: https://goo.gl/O7dM4Z Ships in storm videos: https://goo.gl/xs1r9b Fail / Crash / Launch videos: https://goo.gl/mHcrQd Documentaries: https://goo.gl/5wkRNB Inside the ship tours: https://goo.gl/Al8Da2 Time Lapse videos: https://goo.gl/zE989s Ship Simulator Games: https://goo.gl/V2K3YY ⛳️Copyright: Elias Branch ©️ 🔴For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] 🔴For any use of this video please contact Us🔴 You can find Us on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thesealad YouTube: https://goo.gl/PcwM6k Google+:https://goo.gl/kHOOO9 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thesealad Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSeaLad1 Seafarers Jobs: http://jobatseas.blogspot.com Copy Right Claim : Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright intended. All content used in adherence to Fair Use copyright law. Most of videos are from different Internet users filmed and are freely distributed. All rights remains to the authors of videos. If you are author of one the videos and you want to remove the video from our channel, please contact us.
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SMIT TAK - Fire fighting container vessel CMA Djakarta
Watch the legendary Salvage Master Arjen Hoekstra at work on a fire fighting operation in the Mediterranean. A classic salvage video that paints a good picture of the crazy world salvage teams are dealing with around the world
Tuna: Transhipment, Transparency
On the fringes of the Mauritian Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), Greenpeace International campaigners witness how tuna is offloaded from a longliner to a reefer. Known as transshipping, this is a fishing operation that has little monitoring. This can lead to reefers, owned by international companies, receiving unsustainably or illegally caught tuna.
The Mystery Beneath (Baltic Sea UFO Documentary) | Timeline
Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK The most exciting underwater story of the modern age On June 19th 2011 the Swedish-based diving company Ocean Explorer discovered something extraordinary. They were exploring in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland, looking for sunken treasures when a very unusual image suddenly appeared on the sonar. A 197ft diameter cylindrical object was discovered at the depth of approximately 275 feet, something they had never seen before. In this documentary special, we follow the treasure hunters and their crew on their expedition to reveal what could be the most extraordinary discovery in deep sea ever. We share the tension, the excitement and the nervousness that threats – both known and unknown – may be enforced. There is reason to believe that their ship is under surveillance. Using advanced equipment - ROW cameras, sonar pictures and human divers, we discover that the findings really are something very strange and incredibly unique. Content licensed from Digital Rights Group (DRG). Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] Produced by Titan Television From the original documentary, The Mystery Beneath
Spanish navy warship arrives at Naval Base Kiel-Tirpitzhafen
Spanish navy warship arrives at Naval Base Kiel-Tirpitzhafen - Spanish navy multi-purpose amphibious assault ship ESPS Juan Carlos (L 61) & Spanish navy Alvaro da Bazan-class frigate Cristobal Colon (F105) arrives at Naval Base Kiel-Tirpitzhafen in preparation of exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS). BALTOPS is the premier annual maritime-focused exercise in the Baltic Region, marking the 47th year of one of the largest exercises in Northern Europe enhancing flexibility and interoperability among allied and partner nations. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jack D. Aistrup) Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/USMilitaryNewsVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos_ Twitter:
Embarking on Massive M/S Isabelle Ferry Vessel in Riga Latvia
On a beautiful Autumn day in the splendid city of Riga, Latvia in the Baltics, we start our journey in the port of Riga. Located near the Old City, we embark onboard Tallink’s M/S Isabelle. Hop onboard through the embarkation process onto the vessel as we bid adieu to Riga with a great view of the city on a cloudless warm day. We steam down the Daugava River past active port operations and even see where the Soviet Navy had a naval base. Enjoy the video
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Salvage of the Modern Express by SMIT Salvage
On 26 January 2016, a 164-meter-long Roll-on/Roll-off vessel lost stability in heavy weather and was drifting fast towards the French coast in the Bay of Biscay. A team of dedicated salvage experts of SMIT Salvage was on the scene within 24 hours and was able to prevent an environmental disaster from taking place. Watch the impressive video of this spectacular salvage operation.
High Speed Vessel - USNS Carson City (T-EPF-7)
USNS Carson City (T-EPF-7), (formerly JHSV-7), (ex-Courageous) is the seventh Spearhead-class expeditionary fast transport, currently in service with the Military Sealift Command.[1] It is the second ship in naval service named after Carson City, Nevada.[4][5] Carson City was built by Austal USA in Mobile, Alabama. The ship was christened at the Austal USA shipyards in Mobile on 16 January 2016.[3][5] In 2018 Carson City participated in the annual BALTOPS naval exercise in the Baltic Sea. Carson City deployed REMUS-100 and REMUS-600 autonomous underwater vehicles to conduct counter-mine warfare exercises and acted as a command post; coordinating and facilitating allied movements and communications.[6] "Carson City". Naval Vessel Register. Retrieved 25 August 2016. "Newest Joint High Speed Vessel USNS Carson City (JHSV 7) Keel Authenticated" (Press release). Team Ships Public Affairs, U.S. Navy. 31 July 2015. Retrieved 1 August 2015. Rogers, K. (15 January 2016). "Navy to christen fast-transport ship USS Carson City at ceremony in Mobile, Alabama". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 16 January 2016. "Secretary of the Navy Names Multiple Ships" (Press release). U.S. Department of Defense. 12 April 2013. Retrieved 24 June 2015. Clifton, Guy (30 July 2014). "A new 'Carson City' will sail for the U.S. Navy". Reno Gazette-Journal. Retrieved 24 June 2015. Eckstein, Megan (5 July 2018). "USNS Carson City Proves EPFs Can Conduct MCM Work, Handle Harsh North Atlantic Weather". USNI News. U.S. Naval Institute. Retrieved 6 July 2018. Name: USNS Carson City Operator: Military Sealift Command Awarded: 30 June 2011[1] Builder: Austal USA[1] Laid down: 31 July 2015[1][2] Launched: 20 January 2016[1] Christened: 16 January 2016[3] In service: 24 June 2016[1] Identification: IMO number: 9677557 MMSI number: 368885000 Callsign: NCCY Status: in active service[1] General characteristics Class and type: Spearhead class expeditionary fast transport Length: 103.0 m (337 ft 11 in) Beam: 28.5 m (93 ft 6 in) Draft: 3.83 m (12 ft 7 in) Propulsion: 4 × MTU 20V8000 M71L diesel engines 4 × ZF 60000NR2H reduction gears Speed: 43 knots (80 km/h; 49 mph) Troops: 312 Crew: Capacity of 41, 22 in normal service Aviation facilities: Landing pad for medium helicopter
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Baltic sea - Latvia
Coastguards board a cruise ferry stranded on a sandbank off the coast of Latvia ahead of an operation to evacuate the 650 passengers on the vessel
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The most powerful ice breaker ship in the world 50 Let Pobedy.
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Perkunas Campaign: Return to the Baltic Sea
In 2018 Sea Shepherd returns to the Baltic Sea with the patrol vessel MV Emanuel Bronner. The north-eastern harbor porpoise population is critically endangered. Bycatch in Bottom Set Gillnets or so-called Semi Driftnets is the major threat to the animals. Still, gillnet fishing is permitted even in Marine Protected Areas. Sea Shepherd demands a ban on destructive fishing methods in areas that are essential for the survival of the harbor porpoise. Time is running out. With only 500 animals left, not more than two can be killed as bycatch annually for the species to survive. Help us protect the harbor porpoise of the Baltic Sea by donating funds or supplies for the MV Emanuel Bronner and the crew: http://bit.ly/2gghjP5 Read more about the Perkunas Campaign in the Baltic Sea: http://bit.ly/BalticSeaCampaign Video and images copyright Sea Shepherd Music licensed from www.hooksounds.com
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Salvage of sunken car carrier Tricolor
The 16,000 dwt car carrier Tricolor sank after she collided with a container vessel in the English Channel near France in 2003. SMIT Salvage led the consortium that successfully removed the wreck.
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Sea Rescue - Full length documentary
The Ouessant « rail », off Bretagne, in France, famous for its dangerosity, is a real maritime highway. More than 150 boats take it each day, making of this part of the Iroise sea the most dangerous navigation area in the world. To monitor and protect the ships as well as the littoral, an alarm operation watch continuously on this area. For this documentary, we followed the crew of the open sea tug « Abeille Bourbon » during several rescue operations.
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Compilation of Russian jets passing near the USS Donald Cook
The Navy has released video of two Russian Su-24 jets making low-altitude passes near the destroyer USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea on April 11 and 12, 2016.
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Zero Hour - The Sinking of The Estonia 720p HD (Discovery)
New clothing line! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/finesthq/ The Baltic Sea claimed 852 people's lives by drowning and freezing them to death in the 8 degree C cold water. Only 95 bodies were ever recovered. The wreck of the Estonia was not salvaged, but sealed, covered in sand and declared an official burial ground. The 150 metre long Estonia left the Estonian capital Tallin and sailed into a raging Baltic Sea. Unlike the other car ferries on the route, the Estonia ran at full speed into waves more than 15 meters tall. Six hours into the voyage, she sank to a depth of more than 75 metres. The first sign of danger was the sound of metal scraping against metal. The sound was caused by the weakly constructed locks on the bow visor breaking under the strain of the waves. The visor eventually broke off of the ship, uncovering the opening to the car deck behind. Water rushed in and destabilised the ship, starting a catastrophic chain of events that brought the ship down. Without warning, the vessel lurched some 20 degrees to starboard, and would continue to tilt to 90 degrees. Passengers were in danger of getting crushed under falling equipment. At such an angle, it was all but impossible to move around. Those who were going to survive had already reached the deck. Tragically, by then most of the lifeboats could not be released due to sideways tilt of the ship. Soon, the ferry slipped beneath the waves into a watery grave. The Estonia disaster occurred on Wednesday, 28 September 1994, between about 00:55 to 01:50.
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Kai Myrberg: The Baltic Sea situation
Most of the Turku Baltic Sea Days activities were linked to meetings and presentations in the main venue - the cultural centre Logomo, but besides those official EUSBSR events there were also possibilities for citizens to learn more about the Baltic Sea through cultural events and e.g. to visit the Finnish marine research vessel Aranda that stayed in the Aura river for one day. Aranda is an important tool for marine research in the Baltic Sea. Kai Myrberg has been on board since the vessel was taken into service 25 years ago, meaning he has a long time perspective of the conditions in the sea ...
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Overlooking pool deck on Norwegian Star - Baltic Sea
Norwegian Star was originally intended to operate with Star Cruises under the name SuperStar Libra. The plans for SuperStar Libra were unveiled on June 7, 1999, with the vessel costing US$400 million.[13] She was to be the first of two Libra-class vessels constructed by the German shipyard Meyer Werft.[14] The first of 60 prefabricated "blocks" of SuperStar Libra was laid on June 23, 2000.[15] When the Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) was bought by Star Cruises, SuperStar Libra and the second Libra-class cruise ship, SuperStar Scorpio, were transferred to NCL in March 2001.[16] Under NCL, SuperStar Libra was renamed Norwegian Star and Scorpio became Norwegian Dawn; subsequently Libra class became referred to as Dawn class.[3][16] On September 30, 2001, Norwegian Star was floated-out from the shipyard's building dock to its fitting-out pier.[17] Two days later, she departed Papenburg and transited the Ems. The vessel was christened on November 17, 2001 at the Miami, Florida in a dual ceremony with another NCL ship, Norwegian Sun. Norwegian Star entered regular service on December 16 with cruises around the Hawaiian Islands.[18] In 2004, she was moved to the West Coast for cruises to Alaska in the summer and to the Mexican Riviera in the winter. Norwegian Star gained the addition of hull art, a new steakhouse and a casino as part of the transfer. The ship was replaced in Hawaii with the newly refurbished Pride of Aloha.[10] Norwegian Star was chartered to serve as a floating hotel for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, however the deal was cancelled because of financial costs and lack of demand.[19] The cancellation allowed NCL the extra two weeks to move up a refurbishment planned for late 2011.[20] Norwegian Star entered drydock at the Victoria Shipyards in nearby Victoria on February 16. The majority of the renovations consisted of the relocation of the gift shops and lounge, as well as the addition of 58 new suites and staterooms; a similar project was carried out on Norwegian Dawn a year later.[21] Norwegian Star left Victoria on March 2 and returned to service four days later.[20] Norwegian Star was repositioned in October 2011 to Tampa, Florida and the western Caribbean Sea instead of returning to the Mexican Riviera.[22] In summer 2012, she was moved from Alaska to New York City. Norwegian Star replaced Norwegian Gem in cruises to Bermuda from April to October. In return for coming to New York, the slightly larger Norwegian Jewel replaced Norwegian Star in Alaska.[23] She wintered in New Orleans, Louisiana where she replaced Norwegian Spirit.[24] Starting 2013, Norwegian Star alternates between northern Europe and the Baltic Sea in the summer, and the Mexican Riviera and Panama Canal cruises in winter.[25] In March 2015, the ship was brought to Vigor Industrial's dry dock in Portland, Oregon for maintenance, including repairs to the Azipod units.[26][27] During the refit, maintenance was performed on its bow thrusters and stabilizers, as well as the Azipod units, ballast and bilge piping were replaced, a low-resistance silicone paint aimed at increasing fuel efficiency was applied to the hull, and the release mechanisms for the lifeboat tenders were upgraded. The Norwegian Star's dining and entertainment spaces were also renovated and digital signage, first introduced on the Norwegian Breakaway, was installed
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MONALISA - Sea Traffic Management
UPDATE: Check out the new version of this video! http://youtu.be/8vsswV29uuA?list=UU-CJSsJzqB_MwP1Nkl6m4zg Sea Traffic Management (STM) -- a methodology similar to Air Traffic Management, (ATM) -- can offer, suggest and monitor alternative routes that will increase overall vessel performance. Likewise, this will be achieved by the introduction of a new service facility: a Sea Traffic Coordination Center (STCC), similar to Air Traffic Control Centers, providing new processes and methodologies of exchanging data between ship and shore, and ship-to-ship. MONALISA is a Motorways of the Sea project which aims at giving a concrete contribution to the efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport. This is done through development, demonstration and dissemination of innovative e-navigational services to the shipping industry, which can lay the groundwork for a future international deployment. Quality assurance of hydrographic data for the major navigational areas in Swedish and Finnish waters in the Baltic Sea contributes to improving safety and optimization of ship routes. Website: www.monalisaproject.eu
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Baltic Capitals: Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Saint Petersburg, Tallinn (Documentary, History)
Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=StopovertvHD Add us to your G+ circles: https://plus.google.com/b/115108807276381325913/115108807276381325913/posts Take a behind the scenes peek into the lives of liner crew members and discover the pleasures of a life spent at sea. Stopover will take you on prodigious trips across the most marvelous oceans and rivers of the world. Travel with us as we explore not just the waters of the world, but also the mythical cruise ships, legendary liners, magnificent sailboats and fascinating traditional vessels that take us from place to place.
On February 2, 2002 in the English Channel, General Cargo Vessel KODIMA suffers and engine breakdown in a force 8 storm. She starts drifting towards the Devon Coast. SVITZER Salvage tug SYGIN on station at Land's End approaches the injured vessel and seeks to make a towage connection. The heavy swell makes it impossible and the vessel runs aground near Plymouth. A Salvage Team with specialised equipment is mobilised from the Netherlands. The storm makes boarding only possible by helicopter. With assistance from the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency all equipment and specialists are transferred to the vessel. Preparation is made and on 16 February the re-float is successfully accomplished. The KODIMA is safely returned to her owners in Falmouth.
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140,000 Year Old ALIEN SPACESHIP Found At Bottom of Baltic Sea?
THIS 200ft wide object 300ft below the Baltic, with its ‘staircase leading to a dark hole’, has baffled oceanographers since its discovery in 2012. Dubbed the “Baltic Sea Anomaly”, the structure looks like the Millenium Falcon from Star Wars. It was discovered five years ago by Swedish treasure hunters, Ocean X team, led by Peter Lindberg, its captain, and his co-researcher Dennis Asberg, The Sun reports. They used a side-scan sonar and found something strange 91 metres below the surface of the water.
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Russian Jets Buzz Over U.S. Navy Destroyer USS Donald Cook
Russian SU-24 aircraft flew within 30 feet of a U.S. Navy ship USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea. (April 12, 2016) The U.S. ship was in international waters during the flyby. AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AiirSource Google+: http://www.google.com/+AiirSource Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AiirSource Courtesy Video Navy Media Content Services
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The Baltic Fleet (E01): Russian stealth corvette and ‘black hole’ submarine get ready for a face-off
Complete series: https://rtd.rt.com/films/the-baltic-fleet/ Step on board a corvette warship and take a deep sea submarine dive with Russia's famous Baltic Fleet. These two Russian Navy vessels are facing off against each other in a tense competition to win in a military exercise. Pick your side! Russian Navy fleet corvette Soobrazitelny gets a new commander, captain lieutenant Aleksandr Slonov. Immediately, there are tensions between him and one of the ship’s junior lieutenants, Leonid Karakash. However, Slonov is determined to make Karakash change his ways. Meanwhile, the rest of the corvette’s crew begins preparation for a military exercise. They are to compete against the Magnitogorsk submarine under the command of Vladimir Nagornov and his crew. They only have 20 days to properly prepare. But first, the corvette’s new sailors must be initiated. Russia’s Baltic Fleet was formed in 1703 under Peter the Great and is the oldest formation in the Russian Navy. Throughout its history, it has fought in many military conflicts, defending its country’s borders and perfecting its battle techniques. Today it boasts the most modern vessels, formidable weaponry and experienced seamen the Russian Navy has to offer. Meet the crews of two of its vessels, the corvette Soobrazitelny and the submarine Magnitogorsk, to learn more about life in the Baltic Fleet. Joining the crew of Magnitogorsk, commanded by Captain Vladimir Nagornov, you'll find out about the procedures required for diving and surfacing, as well as certain superstitions shared by those on board. You'll also learn about the jobs required to keep the boat operational, how a submarine locates its targets covertly and discover more about the torpedoes it carries. Aleksandr Slonov, Commander of Soobrazitelny, and his crew will take you along to a military parade, give you a guided tour of the ship and explain how the corvette's missiles are launched. With marines joining its ranks, you'll get the opportunity to accompany them to an armoured vehicle test track, where you can pick up some tips about how to handle these impressively versatile vehicles. In the end, the two crews will engage in a competition to determine which of them is the best-prepared and most skilled in military combat. Pick your side and may the best team win. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: http://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE http://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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Camera Captures Mermaid on Submersible | Mermaids
A second camera captures what appears to be a Mermaid running into a deep sea diving vessel. | For more Mermaids, visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv-shows/mermaids/#mkcpgn=ytapl1 Subscribe to Animal Planet! | http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=animalplanettv Watch the full specials! | http://www.youtube.com/animalplanetfulleps
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North sea
dry cargo vessel got into violent storm in North sea
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Who consumes the Baltic Sea fish?
Professor Sture Hansson has the answer.
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USS Caron getting rammed by the Russians in the Black Sea - Feb 1988
In February 1988, Caron operating with Yorktown, entered Soviet 7 miles ) territorial waters limit in the Black Sea off the Crimean Peninsula. Under international law, this act could be permissible if the ship was progressing from one point in international waters to another point in international waters via the shortest course possible, but according to the Soviet Union, it was the right of the USSR to authorize or prohibit travel in selected areas within the 12 mile limit. The United States however did not recognize the Soviet's claim in this case. To prevent it from becoming accepted precedent, the US Navy claimed that it had sailed warships through such areas at regular intervals in the past, which we had, not just two years prior. On this occasion, Caron had onboard a ships signal exploitation spaces system, operated by a crew of 18 in support of the U.S. National Security Agency. This system was capable of recording data on Soviet defense radars and communications. In response, the Soviets deployed a destroyer and a Mirka II class light frigate as well as a KGB and "civilian" ships to intercept the U.S. ships. Several times, Soviet vessels obtained radar "lock" on the Caron and Yorktown. Both American ships maintained a constant course and speed throughout the incident. Eventually, the Soviets lightly rammed both ships. No significant damage resulted to any of the ships involved. Both US warships sent an account of the incident to the Commander in Chief of United States Naval Forces in Europe. The Caron reported at 13:20 local time, it was informed on channel 16 VHF by the Bezzavetny: "Soviet ships have orders to prevent violation of territorial waters, extreme measure is to strike your ship with one of ours."[1] The reply of the Caron was "I am engaged in innocent passage consistent with international law."[1] The Yorktown, in its report stated that on 9:56, local time, it was contacted by the Bezzavetny via channel 16 and told to leave Soviet territorial waters or "our ship is going to strike on yours."[1] Then, according to the report, the Bezzavetny came alongside port side of the Yorktown at 10:03 and bumped it by turning into the ship.[1] As for the music, take note that this was shot on VHS and back in 1988, when we did not have Youtube. The only people we thought would see this was friends and family, not a bunch of people from all over the world. No the music is not masking the screams from the crew on the USS Caron, so if you don't like it, there is a volume button - use it Also check out the video from the USS Yorktown at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SME4w037FgA This is the video that the Russian news showed on the 10th Anniversary - All I can say is I can't believe that the Russian people believed and animated version of what happened over the real tape. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dl_WNdiShs&list=FLq9THf99pIznRTXM7P8JIWw&index=54 Also the video the Russians did on the 25th anniversary - They asked me for an interview and I declined for the very reason I that I knew they would not portray it accurately and they didn't let me down http://www.tvc.ru/showspecrep.aspx?id=e1564dbe-d8e8-4ba2-a142-218db8a6e14c Here is the Russians account of what happened http://fishki.net/19391-stalnye-jajca-sovetskogo-flota-9-foto--3-video.html
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STRANGEST Things Found In The Ocean!
Here are the strangest things found in the ocean! Check out these awesome underwater treasures and other mysterious deep sea discoveries! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "Most MYSTERIOUS Ocean Facts!" video here: https://youtu.be/BzrlpgRVPQg Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: https://youtu.be/rUqxhYJqGhU Watch our "Lost Treasures That Can STILL Be Found!" video here: https://youtu.be/op9ZYFAh1uE 9. An Ancient Computer Recovered in the early 1900s by Greek divers, the Antikythera mechanism was found inside a Roman shipwreck near the Greek island of the same name. It is believed to the earliest form of a computer that is at least 2,000 years old. This complex clock-like device was used by ancient Greeks to calculate the movement of the stars and planets. The mechanism was composed of at least 30 different bronze gears and the whole thing was housed in a wooden frame that was decorated with thousands of characters. As so much of this period of history's technology has been lost, such advanced use of technology did not reappear in European historical artifacts until the 14th Century. It is now on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. The history of this device is shrouded in mystery. It is unclear how this intricate device ended up in the hands of Romans, but some believe the ill-fated ship was transferring a woman of importance to be married in Rome. The mechanism, among other impressive riches on board, may have been a wedding gift from her family. 8. Baltic Sea Anomaly The Baltic Sea Anomaly was accidently discovered by a team of diving experts and treasure hunters from the Ocean X Team in 2011. The divers found a circular object with a diameter of about 160 feet that appeared in a sonar image as it sat on the sea bottom. It looks like the “Millennium Falcon” from “Star Wars”, and has an architectural structure similar to Stonehenge in Britain. Oddly enough, all of the divers’ electrical equipment stopped functioning within 650 feet of the entity and it emits a strong radio signal. Some say it could be a pre-Ice Age artifact or a German anti-submarine device. A long track seems to lead towards the thing which makes people think it is some kind of landing strip. The Swedes finally managed to organize an expedition finally in 2012. The very first shots of the object at close range showed that it is unlikely it had ever flown. It seems that it is not a “flying saucer”, but rather a kind of construction. The most probable theory was provided by Volker Bryuherta from Stockholm University. According to him, it’s just a rock. Since the Baltic Sea came under the influence of melting glaciers, these rocks probably formed at the same time. But this does not explain why satellite phones and cameras stop working near this “rock”. Though various scientists have offered innumerable suggestions about the entity’s origins, the Baltic Sea anomaly still remains one of the unsolved intrigues and ocean mysteries of the world. 7. The Bimini Road The Bimini Road, sometimes called the Bimini Wall, is an underwater rock formation near North Bimini island in the Bahamas. Researchers, geologists, archaeologists, and scientists alike have visited and studied the huge, flat stones off the coast of Bimini, known as the Bimini Road . They have tried for years to discern whether the limestone blocks are a natural phenomenon, or evidence of an ancient lost civilization. About 20 feet down in the clear blue water, is a stone path. Most people think it's a road made up of limestone blocks that's about half a mile long, but no one knows where it goes or what its purpose might have been. The stone blocks are huge and some are about 13 feet long. An American expedition in 2004 discovered a second and third layer of stone blocks which also suggests a wall of some sort although they weren't able to get to the bottom. Some people think that this might be proof of the location for the lost city of Atlantis. 6. Emeralds Amateur diver and treasure hunter Jay Miscovish walked into a bar in Key West and bought a treasure map from a diver friend at a bar in 2010. He went on to discover more than 10,000 emeralds off the coast of Florida, making it one of the largest discoveries of sunken treasure in history. His company claimed that they had found over 154 pounds of emeralds, amethysts, and other stones lying on the ocean floor. Journalists from CBS news when to interview him and he poured out a laundry basked full of emeralds and told them that they likely came from an ancient shipwreck. The story earned him mass media attention but he refused to give out more information about the map and the man who had sold it to him, claiming he had paid him $50,000 to give up all rights to the treasure. Camera crews went with him on a dive and they also found emeralds and amethysts lying on the ocean floor but no hint as to the actual vessel that may have been transporting them.
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SMIT Salvage & Eide Marine Services - The Salvage of the M/V Rocknes
A horrible accident, crew members stuck inside in an air bubble and a complex salvage operation in a Norwegian fjord
Burgstaaken to Neustadt with Nimbus 26 Krydser sailing vessel "Ronja"
Baltic Sea, summer 2016 More: http://www.boatsailing.org
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83 shipping containers fall from cargo ship off Australia's east coast | ABC News
A maritime emergency off the New South Wales coast is continuing, after dozens of containers fell from a cargo ship in rough seas. There are now questions surrounding how the containers were loaded and whether they were secured properly. Read more here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-01/83-shipping-containers-tumble-from-cargo-ship-off-nsw-coast/9825950 For more from ABC News, click here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/abcnews Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/abcnews.au Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/abcnews_au
Views: 1366510 ABC News (Australia)
Exploring the Coral Canyons on Boston's Doorstep
Some of our greatest natural treasures lie just off our doorstep. Located only 130 miles from Boston, the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts have been known for their dizzying abundance of marine life for decades (they are even nicknamed "the Serengeti of the Atlantic") and yet very little of them have been explored. Because it's not just life at the surface that thrives: deep below, within chasms deeper and vaster than the Grand Canyon, are corals that are hundreds, even thousands, of years old. On the second anniversary of the Canyons' designation as a Marine National Monument, OceanX's research vessel the Alucia took a voyage to observe them up-close and in person for the very first time. Recording from OceanX's submersibles, what we saw were incredible deepwater corals, very different to the kinds that live in warm, shallow waters, and species specially acclimatized to living hundreds of meters under the water. This was the first mission from the partnership between OceanX and Bloomberg Philanthropies to dedicate 185 million to the protection and exploration of our oceans over the next four years. With thanks to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for their support. Follow OceanX on our social channels: http://www.instagram.com/oceanx http://www.Facebook.com/oceanxorg http://www.twitter.com/oceanx http://www.linkedin.com/company/oceanxorg #oceanx #monumentsforall #marinebiology #atlanticocean
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Tallinn - Stockholm BALTIC SEA Cruise, M/S Baltic Queen, Tallink
Tallink started operations on Tallinn-Stockholm route in January 2001. On this route (directed through Mariehamn, Åland, to obtain the tax-free status for onboard shop sales), the company currently operates two cruise ferries, Victoria I and Baltic Queen, with one daily departure by both cruise ferries from each port in the late afternoon. The duration of the voyage, including a short stop at Mariehamn, Åland, is approximately 16 hours and the ferries arrive to its destination the following morning. The main product is a short cruise with two nights onboard the vessel and a day at the destination, at the same time one-way trips combined with a hotel package or a private car trip around the Baltic region are becoming increasingly popular as well. Ro-ro cargo is transported on the car and cargo decks of both Victoria I and Baltic Queen. SUBSCRIBE to watch more videos: ✅ https://www.youtube.com/c/LIVEst?sub_confirmation=1 and turn on notifications to stay updated with all new uploads!🔔 Компания Таллинк начала проводить круизные рейсы на линии Таллин - Стокгольм - Таллин в Январе 2001. На этом маршруте (через порт Мариехамн на Аландских островах) курсируют два круизных парома с ежедневным отплытием из каждого порта поздним вечером. Продолжительность поездки, включая остановку в Мариехамн, составляет приблизительно 16 часов. Главное предложение от Таллинк - короткий морской круиз с двумя ночёвками на борту и одним днём в пункте назначения. LET'S CONNECT! Facebook ✅ https://facebook.com/LIVEst.ee Twitter ✅ https://twitter.com/LIVEst_ee Instagram ✅ https://instagram.com/livest.ee ВКонтакте ✅ https://VK.com/livest_ee ОК.ru ✅ https://OK.ru/group/58794737795104 More info: + https://www.tallink.ee #Tallink #Stockholm #BalticQueen Music: "Smile" (feat. Kasey Andre) by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/3WvjBdjcvj0
Disaster at Sea - Wrecked Cargo Ship | Taipei, Taiwan
Cargo freighter TS Taipei is breaking up, containers are falling overboard and highly toxic chemicals are leaking into the water. Oil has been washing up on the shore. This is a major environmental disaster Ship: TS Lines freighter Te-hsiang Taipei (德翔臺北) Filmed with: DJI Phantom 3 Advanced Read More: http://news.thewildeast.net/epa-preparing-for-oil-spill-as-freighter-breaks-up/ To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email: [email protected] T.S Lines freighter Te-hsiang Taipei (德翔臺北) Music: Deep Haze: Kevin MacLeod: Incompetech Shop: Get the freediving gear I use here: Amazon ► https://www.amazon.com/shop/freediverhd I use VEGAS for all editing and color correction. My Video Editor ► https://goo.gl/yq5C2k Support Me! Help fund new videos Patreon ► http://www.patreon.com/freediverhd Paypal ► http:/paypal.me/deanfredericks Freediver HD on social media Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/freediverhd Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/freediverhd Youtube ►http://www.youtube.com/c/freediverhd
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rc Offshore Ship AZIZ | fighting big waves! 🌊🚤🎬
Modellbau Sturm Modelship Subwaterfilm - Sturm - AZIZ im Sturm - rc boote: ------------ Die Daten zum Modell-Schiff/ the model-ships data of AZIZ: Maßstab: 1:50 Länge: 1105 mm Breite: 248 mm Verdrängung: ca. 14,2 kg Antrieb: Zweischraubenantrieb und Bugstrahlruder -------------- Unsere Ausrüstung / Our Equipment: --------------------------------------------------------- ► http://www.amazon.de/gp/registry/wishlist/CEPSLVYWM1WG/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1638&creative=19454&linkCode=ur2&site-redirect=de&tag=subwaterfil0b-21 Zum Clip: -------------------------------------------------------- Ich war schon immer überzeugt davon, dass sich mein Bohrinselversorger "Aziz" genauso seetüchtig wie das große Original benimmt... so bin ich schon oft mit Ihr auf der Ostsee unterwegs gewesen und im Wellenbad "Piratenmeer" in Büsum war sie zum filmen der "Happy Hunter" als Kameraboot im Einsatz (siehe: http://youtu.be/5wnmhK3lK1I ).. nur den Videobeweis dazu bin ich bisher schuldig geblieben,.. das soll dieser Clip ändern :-) Was soll ich sagen,.. ich bin stolz auf sie! Ein riesengroßes Daaaaankeschön geht an Turweck und meine bessere Hälfte, welche mir diesen Clip überhaupt ermöglicht haben!! ------------- I was alway sure about my offshore supplyvessel "Aziz" beeing as seaworthy as her bigger sisters,.. so I often took her to the baltic sea for a short trip along the coast... in the waves of the wavepool "Piratenmeer" in Büsum I used her to film the Offshoretug "Happy Hunter" for the clip "Happy Hunter im Sturm" (look it up here: http://youtu.be/5wnmhK3lK1I) But... the videoproof of this,... was missing,.. until now! What shall I say,.. I´m proud of her! A warm thaaaank you goes to Turweck and my wife for making this clip possible!! Hier gehts zum nächsten "Modelle im Sturm" Clip/The next "Models in Storm" Clip: ► http://youtu.be/LAH1HrAzUoM THANK You.... --------------------------------------------------------- Vielen Dank, dass Ihr mir die Treue haltet, dass Ihr meine Videos kommentiert und auch für die vielen positiven Bewertungen :-) Noch viel mehr schöne ferngesteuerte Modelle findet Ihr auf unserem YouTube-Kanal: http://www.youtube.de/subwaterfilm Thank you for watching my videos, for commenting them and for giving them "thumps up" :-) You will find much more interesting videoclips about rc-models on our channel: http://www.youtube.de/subwaterfilm --------------------------------------------------------- Wir nehmen am Amazon-Vergütungsprogramm teil! Ihr habt dadurch keinen Nachteil. Und nein, es kostet Euch dadurch auch nicht mehr! Aber,...solltet Ihr nach dem Anklicken des Links direkt irgendetwas bei Amazon bestellen erhalten wir einen kleinen Bonus dafür, das Ihr über uns Amazon angesteuert habt... und das freut uns sehr!
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M/S Estonia Mayday Call With Subtitles, Tribute
MS Estonia Mayday Call With Subtitles, Tribute R.I.P. ESTONIA, 1980-1994 Estonia was sunk in the september 28th, 1994 at 1:50 AM. (GMT +2) At the time of the accident there were 989 people on the ship, of whom 852 lost their lives. The wreck rests in about 80 meters of water. The wreck is located approximately 22 nautical miles (40 kilometres) south-southeast of the island of Utö. May they all rest in peace.
Views: 1162486 Memorial Palace
Summer 2002, the Coaster UNO, laden with 2,400 tons of scrap, suffered engine failure in Germany's Kiel Canal. Colliding with a push barge and holed badly below the waterline, she capsized almost immediately partly blocking this critical waterway. Recovery team of SVITZER Salvage and Bugsier Hamburg were ordered by local authorities to urgently remove the vessel. The two-phase salvage plan involved cargo removal followed by vessel righting and re-float. Divers assisted in the process of patching the hole and having massive lifting slings inserted under the hull for the cranes. The need for speed was emphasized by the threatened congestion. The first attempt was succesful, the UNO being delivered to authorities for inspection with no unnecessary delay and without hindering canal traffic.
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#Defend500: The Baltic Harbor Porpoises Need You to Take Action!
In the Perkunas campaign Sea Shepherd Germany patrolled several protected areas in the Baltic Sea between April and June. The crew of the MV Emanuel Bronner monitored fishing gear to expose the major threat for the critically endangered harbor porpoises: being caught and drowned accidentally in gillnets (also known as “bycatch”). With only 500 animals left, the Baltic harbor porpoise population doesn’t have much time left. For decades scientists have agreed that gillnets pose the major threat to the porpoises in the Baltic Sea due to the high risk of being killed as bycatch. Still, this fishing gear is permitted even in Marine Protected Areas. It's time to take action before it's too late! Read more about the issue and how you can contact EU policymakers directly to demand the total ban of gillnets the ban of gillnets and other destructive fishing gear from all areas designated for the protection of the harbor porpoises in the Baltic Sea: https://www.seashepherdglobal.org/latest-news/defend-500-perkunas ---- Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organization that engages in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife, and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from illegal exploitation and environmental destruction. Learn more about us: https://www.seashepherdglobal.org/ Support our efforts: https://www.seashepherdglobal.org/donate/
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Most Mysterious Abandoned Ships
From the MV Lyubov Orlova to Teignmouth Electron here are Most Mysterious Abandoned Ships . Would you sail to these destinations to check out and adventure through these abandoned places? 3 - Carrol A Deering This 5 mast schooner was built in 1911, yet sailed her final voyage only a few years later in December of 1920. When the cargo vessel filled up with coal and set sail from Brazil towards Virginia, no one knew the crew would never be seen again. In January of 1921, the ship was spotted by a lighthouse keeper, a crew member on the foredeck informed the keeper that the Deering had lost her anchors, but due to a malfunctioning radio, this message was never sent. Three days later the ship was found aground on Diamond Shoals off the coast of North Carolina. The Deering had been completely abandoned, the logs, navigation equipment and two lifeboats were missing. The kitchen appeared frozen in time, midway into preparation for the next day's meal. The US government launched an investigation but came up with nothing. Diamond Shoals is very close to Bermuda, the ship would have had to pass through the Bermuda Triangle to end up in this desolate location, causing many to speculate that some paranormal may have taken place which led to the abandonment of the Carrol A Deering. 2 - Teignmouth Electron This sailboat hit the waters in 1968, when its captain, the British businessman Donald Crowhurst attempted to win the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race, the world's first ever solo round-the -world yacht race. Donald lacked experience and began having troubles within days of starting the race. Donald pulled the ship off to rest along the coast of South America and began falsifying his records, making up chart positions for where he would have been had he been in first place in the race. Donald's intention was to re-enter the race after all the other boats had gone all the way around the world and scoop up first place for himself. He kept one logbook detailing his thoughts and the other was meant to be opened once he won the prize to ensure credibility. After 243 days at sea and providing month's worth of fake records sent in to the race organisers, a message informed him that nearly everyone else had dropped out of the race and he was a shoe-in to win, however, by then his mental state had declined dramatically. Later that year, the Teignmouth Electron was found in a state of disarray, abandoned and adrift. The detailed log books outlined Donald's deceit, as well as ramblings which detailed his derailment into insanity, including instructions on attaining transcendence. Donald's body was never recovered. Leaving many to wonder, did the troubled man take his own life, or could something else have happened to him out there, along on those cold waters. 1 - Mary Celeste On December 13th in 1872, this small two-masted sailing vessel entered the New York Harbor, she had a cargo of over 1700 barrels of Alcohol. But, it became apparent quickly that something was very wrong with the ship, the boat moved irrationally, despite the captain being known for his talent as a seaman. After two hours of attempted hails with no reply, the boat was surrounded and boarded. The out of control ship was found to be abandoned, all of the ship's papers were missing except the captain's log, with the last entry being dated as November 25th, stating the ship had passed the Azores. There were no signs of violence or struggle, though it was noted several times that the ship appeared to have been vacated in a substantial hurry. A six-month supply of food and fresh water was found stored in below decks. All of the crew's personal possessions as well as the cargo of the ship appeared untouched, after further investigation, 9 barrels of alcohol were found empty. Over the next 13 years, the Mary Celeste changed hands 17 times, with several tragic deaths, leading many to whisper that this ship was cursed. No one ever heard from the original crew again.
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Most AMAZING Discoveries Made At Sea!
Check out the Most AMAZING Discoveries Made At Sea! From mysterious unexplained artifacts to incredible ancient discoveries, this top 10 list of recent deep sea discoveries underwater is mindblowing! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!" video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our "STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!" video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 10. The Nuestra Senora de Atocha Have you ever dreamed of discovering an old world shipwreck full of treasure? While it’s an incredibly rare thing, it is possible, and the rewards can be beyond your wildest dreams if you put in the dedication and effort. 9. Methane Craters In the 1990's it was discovered that the otherwise flat seafloor that lies between Svalbard and Finnmark, in Norway, is covered in unusual massive craters. They range from 1000 to 3000 feet in diameter and have formed in the solid bedrock. What’s more, similar craters have been found on land, such as a number of recently formed holes in the Yamal peninsula in northern Siberia. 8. Blackbeard’s Shipwreck Blackbeard, whose real name was Edward Teach, was by far the most famous pirate who sailed the waters around the West Indies and North America until his death on the 22nd of November, 1718. His flagship, you remember the one! - The Queen Anne's Revenge, was a former French merchant vessel that his crew captured, equipped with 40 cannons, and became a sight of terror for anyone sailing in the region. 7. Oldest Message in a Bottle Have you ever found a message in a bottle? Or sent one out?? It's a story we hear quite often in our childhood but, on occasion, it actually happens in real life! In early 2018, a couple walking along a beach in Western Australia and saw a bottle in the sand, but they couldn't have realized how amazing a find this would turn out to be. 6. The Sunken City of Dwarka While the legend of Atlantis continues to fascinate, but elude, researchers, it’s not the only sunken city in the world. Underwater settlements have been found in some of the most surprising places, but one of the most important to have ever been discovered is Dwarka in India. According to legend, it was founded by Krishna, where he battled the evil King Salva. 5. Sea Monster Figurehead In the 1970’s, divers found remains of a shipwreck in the Baltic sea, but it was only in 2013 that its identity was confirmed as being the flagship of King Hans of Denmark’s fleet, called the Gribshunden, that sank in 1495. The king was on his way to negotiate an agreement between the Scandinavian countries, but the ship caught on fire, incinerating many of those on board. 4. A New Continent Our planet has 7 continents, at least that’s what’s always been thought. Many millions of years ago the land on earth was all part of one mass, called Pangea, and has since all separated to see the layout that we see today. While it’s true that there are 7 continents above water, in 1995 it was first suggested that there was actually an 8th one, something that was actually confirmed in 2017. 3. Apollo 11 Engines In 1969, Apollo 11 took Neil Armstrong and his fellow astronauts to the moon for the very first time- marking a significant step in space exploration, and cementing the US as the winners of the space race. With such an important place in history, it’s no surprise, then, that Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, spent vast resources on trying to locate the remains of the Apollo 11 engines and, in 2013, he was successful. 2. The Deepest Living Fish There’s so much to still be found in the ocean, particularly life. Hardly a week goes by without a new species being discovered, and some definitely look like beings from another planet! With vast regions of the planet’s seas still being very difficult to access, there’s an entire world down there just waiting to be revealed. 1. An Exploded Star Every atom that’s found on our planet originated in a star when it ejected matter in its dying stages, but some material is much newer than others. In 2016, an amazing discovery was made in the Pacific ocean. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
Views: 57845 Origins Explained
Scottish Pelagic Fishing Vessel in North Sea Storm
Caught in poor weather crossing the North Sea approaching Norway on board Scottish Fishing Vessel
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Excited Icebreaker Cruisers Float in the Baltic Sea
Top Things You Can Do on Your Next Vacation: 1. Catch a Polar Explorer Icebreaker 3-hour Cruise from Rovaniemi or Kemi 2. Witness the massive icebreaking power of the vessel 3. Have an audio guided tour in a choice of 16 languages from the engine room, all the way up to the Captain’s bridge 4. Relax in the cozy saloon enjoying a warm juice 5. Walk on the frozen sea ice 6. Take a swim in the dark, icy water the icebreaker has carved out of the sea in a flotation survival suit 7. Collect your Cruise & Swim certificated from the Captain (Icebreaker shuttle buses will take you to the boat at Rovaniemi and Kemi). Available from December through to April. Finland one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It has everything a traveler can desire, from scenic beauty to rich cultural heritage. If you want to do something truly original this holiday, visit Finland in winter. There is so much to do: Santa’s workshop in Lapland, the Ice Hotel, and while you are near to Lapland, why not have do one of their famous polar cruises? You will be able to see any Northern light activity close up, and without any interference from the city lights. If the Aurora Borealis phenomena is not enough, you and your family will be shown every feature of the landscape that makes the Arctic Circle one of the most spectacular regions known to humankind. A polar icebreaker cruise in Finland and Lapland is a memory that will stay with you in your memories forever. Book Now! https://www.icebreaker.fi/
Winter in Baltic Sea
A film made by Ögon & Öron Kommunikation. Mikael Stenborg. www.ogonoron.com #Baltic #ice #snow #ship #ferries #harbor #port #winter #cruise #ahvenanmaa #finland #canon
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