After WW2. HMS Northern Wave (and her sisters) returned to their peace time occupation of Deep Sea Fishing. They hunted fish in the same waters they had hunted U Boats. Although now they didnt have to face Bombs and Torpedoes, they still had the old enemies of the cold and the sea. Now it wasnt Ca
Acrylic painting 40X30 inches on gallery canvas.
It might look like the Canadian 50$ bill it is no coincidence. I took the photo(s) while the Bank of Canada hired photographer Jorge. Peral did the shots. I remember also supplying graciously the Canadian Governement agency with a similar photo on
The Crew of R/v Baltica has rescued on 25th of January 2010 the dog floating on the ice floe 15 miles off shore. The dog has spent 4-5 days on the floe and has "traveled" about 200 km down the Vistula River. The journey has began in Torun. Two attempts to rescue the dog, one in Grudziac, a
The winter 1985-1986 in the Baltic Sea was very cold. The temperature in Northern Finland was minus 50 celcius and even in Germany minus 30.
Ms Clio got heavy ice when proceeding northbound. Capt. Matti Nousianen worked as Finnlines supercargo intendent and took this picture in Hamina, Finland
Unknown boat. From an American book published 1934.
I read a very harrowing story once of, I believe, Irish, fishermen who could with certainty foretell their death through boats being made unstable by ice, and had radio contact with the national radio. Each crew member saying goodbye on air. I beli