Por qué habia que cambiar el nombre de las Escuelas de Marina Civil?

Catálogo de máquinas e instrumentos náuticos conservados en la ETS de Náutica y Máquinas Navales de la UPV/EHU1

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Catálogo de máquinas e instrumentos náuticos conservados en la ETS de Náutica y Máquinas Navales de la UPV/EHU1 Itsaso Ibáñez, Asun Iglesias, Iñaki de la Llana, Manuel Clemente Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea 1. INTRODUCCIÓN La historia de la ciencia ha recurrido tradicionalmente al estudio de los instrumentos científicos como medio de entender las características de la actividad desarrollada por personas e instituciones científicas. Por ello, se dispone de un gran número de trabajos centrados en los mismos, incluidos algunos de catalogación, como los llevados a cabo por Zaragoza (1675), ULSC (1852), Escriche (1883), Alcolea (1889), Giralt (1917), Gould (1923, 1978), Martínez-Hidalgo (1946), Daumas (1953), Randier (1977), Cotter (1983), Sellés (1994), González (1995), Chapman (1995), Garmendia (1995), Broelmann

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Captain Barbara Charlton maintains an even course over 17 years of ship handling

 

 

 

 

6 March 2020


 
 
Captain Barbara Charlton plans to 'continue in a direction for mental challenge and ship handling wherever it comes from.'

Maritime master Captain Barbara Charlton loves the mental challenge of ship handling and further stretches the brain cells as an associate lecturer

Why did you choose a career at sea?

I went to sea to travel. I was working on a passenger tall ship calling at places away from mainstream cruise ships. As the ship visited ports I had the chance (and energy at that age) to go ashore and explore.

I was working as a deck hand and ordinary seaman for four years before I was able to finance my officer of the watch (OOW) course.

Tell us some

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A life at sea or family – third officer Santa Tetere signals the way

 

 

 

 

2 March 2020

 

Third officer Santa Tetere on watch duties.

Third officer Santa Tetere chose her career to avoid the 9 to 5 life. She says shipping is modernising to help retain female crew, but that women still face challenges in deciding whether to continue with a career they love or take the 'detour' to family life

What is a typical day in your job?

As third officer I am responsible for standing a navigational bridge watch from 08:00hrs to 12:00hrs as well as from 20:00hrs to 00:00hrs. When I am not standing watch I am checking lifesaving appliances (LSA) as well as firefighting equipment (FFE) to make sure all is fully functional in the case of an emergency.

Why did

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Philly Shipyard wins deal to build US national security multi-mission vessels

 

 

 

 

Image: Herbert Engineering and MARAD

Philadelphia-based Philly Shipyard has been awarded an initial USD 630 million contract to construct the newest class of US training ship, the national security multi-mission vessel (NSMV).

As informed, the shipyard will construct up to five new ships to provide maritime training for America’s future mariners and to support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in times of need.

“This new world class vessel, constructed at an American shipyard, is part of our much-needed program to replace the aging training vessels currently operated by state maritime academies,” Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Transportation Secretary, said.

In May 2019, TOTE Services contracted with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) as the vessel construction manager to deliver up to five

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