A small blog for marine navigation, astronomy, space exploration, Project Orion (DARPA's "100-year starship"), meteorology, boating and matters pertaining to maritime education and the maritime industry.
I am a USCG licensed captain, and an instructor at a number of maritime schools in the Seattle area.
Friday, November 23, 2012
Smiles, everyone. Smiles!
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why radar will never, ever be obsolete for marine navigation.
The island shown here on Google Maps, and in many other places, doesn't actually exist. It has, apparently, never existed. Really.