NWWB March 17th Meeting: Life at Sea in the Merchant Marines”

Hi Gals:

Imagine maneuvering and docking a 900+ foot ship. On March 17, 2014, 7:00 PM we are excited to welcome Captain Kevin Coulombe who captains a 983’ freighter  for the Maersk shipping company. Captain Coulombe will speak on “Life at Sea in the Merchant Marines”

The ship transits between the east coast of the U.S. & the Middle East, via the Suez Canal. You will get a glimpse of what it is like to command and bear the responsibility for a 983-foot commercial ship. Since we are all Recreational Boaters, his insights into how we should conduct ourselves around a vessel like his should be very helpful! There will be lots of time for questions about VTS lanes, right of way, can you really see me in my 25 foot boat on your radar? pirates?! etc. Come prepared with your questions because now is your chance to get a peek into the world of commercial shipping and learn how to be a more prudent boater around large ships.

Date: Monday, March 17, 2014

Time: 7:00pm – till 9:00 pm or so

Location: 1900 N Northlake Way, #233  Seattle, WA 98103

We meet at the Northwest Marine Trade Association conference room,1900 N. Northlake Way, #233. Park at Fisheries Supply and go into the courtyard beside Fisheries Supply and up the stairs, turn right and we are the furthest door on the left.

(Located in the courtyard beside Fisheries Supply – UP THE STAIRS AND DOWN THE WALKWAY)

The Northwest Marine Trade Association has graciously welcomed our group of women in boating to use their office for our meetings. There’s great parking and it’s a comfortable and professional place to meet. Thank you Northwest Marine Trade Association for your support.

Please RSVP to Vivian at nwwbviv@gmail.com or Marilyn at lkunion@aol.com

Bring an hors d oeuvre or something to drink if you desire.

Vivian Strolis –
nwwbviv@gmail.com

425-827-9967/206-819-2265

Marilyn Michael
lkunion@aol.com

(206) 322-0633

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