Note, Velsheda in the background, going straight home to Ocean Village, winner two days in a row!
15 July 2015.
Ever heard of it? A Government Agency who’s role is to contribute to safety at sea by determining the causes and circumstances of marine accidents and, working with others, to reduce the likelihood of such causes and circumstances recurring in the future.
Our watchkeeper, Sandy Beard, found this nugget and passed it on to our Training Officer, Peter Brown. Peter (in his wisdom) thought it would be a good idea to share this with the world at large.
Happy reading – Thank you Sandy and Peter
Owing to a Health and Safety issue concerning flights 2 and 3 of the Tower stairway, watchkeepers are advised to use the alternative access to the Tower until at least Mid Day today. Further information will be available later!
Peter Cookson took these pictures whilst sailing in the Solent. AMAZING!
She was moored off Stokes Bay because she is too big to dock at Portsmouth Royal Naval Base. According to the BBC she has 4.5 acres of deck and 5,000 crew who will have added £1.5m to the local economy during her stay.
Ray Blair, Deputy Harbour Master for the Port of Southampton gave an excellent lecture yesterday evening detailing the infrastructure of the port and presented some staggering statistics of how much cargo and people pass through the port every year.
Over 40 members of NCI Calshot attended the briefing bolstered by watch keepers from NCI Lee on Solent and an HM Coastguard delegation from the new National Maritime Operations Centre (NMOC).