Sea mer mar three words to say Sea

10th June 2008, 10:44
Hi everyone, as you can notice I'm not an English speaker, so I expect a little patient of you, but I'm a sea and ships' lover so I'll try to get out my best to fit in this great site about my "two loves".

With regard to my nick it's simple and it's clear, it is the voice "sea" breathed it in Spanish, French and English.

I've been sailing so far on several kind of ships, always around my country, Spain, from speedboard to old little coaster, and right now I'm doing my daily turnaround on tugs in Valencia harbour.

I'm specially fond of harbour labour ( my current job), river navigation , as well of icebreakers which operate at Saint Laurent river. I've read about the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and my skin turned goose bumps or skin chicken or whatever it says.

My aim is cut and thrust shoots of ships and good speechs, whatever comes, but always about the sea, la mer or el mar, and the men who put their lives on the fickle fate of the waves.

Good course

I'm in dock waiting in my tug for the ships to come(Thumb)

10th June 2008, 10:47
Welcome aboard from the Philippines. Enjoy all this great site has to offer

10th June 2008, 11:38
Welcome to SN from the tugboats of Venezuela/Bienvenidos a SN desde los remolcadores de Venezuela.
Kind Regards/Saludos, David Neil Wilson.

senior pilot
10th June 2008, 12:10
WELCOME from fife in Scotland enjoy the site

Bruce Carson
10th June 2008, 15:56
Seamermar, from Michigan, a warm welcome to Ships Nostalgia.
It's good to hear you are enjoying our site--your English is fine and there's absolutely no problem
Good to have you onboard.


K urgess
10th June 2008, 16:37
Welcome aboard from northern England, Seamermar.
I'm sure you will find many like minded crew aboard this ship.
Unirse y tener un buen viaje

Frank P
10th June 2008, 17:21
Welcome onboard Seamermar, enjoy the site.

Cheers Frank

10th June 2008, 21:54
Welcome from the North of England.

I hope you enjoy the site.



10th June 2008, 22:32
Well, after reading of you, in some way I feel like at home ,
thanks folks all over the world.

I'm glad to see how close is our marine community since the net is everywhere.

From now on I'll keep thinking of mates who may be on board ships rolling in and out my home.

Nostalgia isn't what used to be or is it?

keep in touch

11th June 2008, 00:30
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage

11th June 2008, 20:06
Greetings Seamermar and welcome to SN. Bon voyage.

James MacDonald
11th June 2008, 21:01
Tambien trabajo en la remolcadores, buena suerte,
de Jim en algeciras