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History of the Marine Corps

Robert Estrada

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The first and only podcast covering the battles, strategies, political decisions, and origin of the United States Marine Corps, from the origin of Tun Tavern to today. Neither the United States Marine Corps nor any other component of the Department of Defense has approved, endorsed, or authorized this product (or promotion, or service, or activity).
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The Marine and the Hippie

The Marine And The Hippie

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The Marine and the Hippie is an ongoing discussion between a Marine (Doc Stodden) and a Hippie (Dylan Netter) on current events, aimed at presenting alternative viewpoints with the goal of seeking common ground #podcast #politics #endtheduopoly #education #truth #criticalthinking #philosophy #ideas #problems #solutions #together #democrats #greenparty #republican #love #change
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Undercurrents Unveiled: The Marine Hose Cartel Antitrust Odyssey

New York State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section

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A four part series exploring the Marine Hose Cartel case. "In the secretive world of the Marine Hose Cartel, where unseen currents collide, a conspiracy unfolded that rocked the very fabric of antitrust enforcement. Step into the depths of intrigue and deception as we reveal the untold story of one of the most notorious cartels in history."
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Marine technology is not about ships and shipbuilding, but about the technology that is used to explore the oceans, protect them and use them sustainably.Please consider the harsh conditions the marine technology is exposed to in the sea. The sea is often a very inaccessible habitat with strong currents and aggressive salt water. The deeper you get, the higher the water pressure becomes, people and equipment have to be able to withstand this. Wind and waves make the work even more difficult, ...
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Locked On Mariners - Daily Podcast On the Seattle Mariners

Locked On Podcast Network, Ty Dane Gonzalez, Colby Patnode

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Locked On Mariners podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Seattle Mariners and Major League Baseball. Hosted by Ty Dane Gonzalez and Colby Patnode, the Locked On Mariners podcast takes you through the latest happenings and provides your daily Mariners fix with expert, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Mariners franchise. Locked On Mariners takes you beyond the scoreboard for the inside ...
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The Mariner’s Library

CSM

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The Mariner’s Library brings forgotten & obscure sailing books to life, allowing them to pass on their hard-won knowledge to a new generation of sailors.r Read by round-the-world yachtsman, Chris Stanmore-Major, this podcast is published five days a week.
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The Mariner

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Light hearted & filled with personal anecdotes and amusing tangents, the Mariner Podcast shares the wealth of knowledge & experience accumulated by a sailor who has covered more miles on the world‘s oceans, than the distance from the Earth to the Moon. Each episode, solo circumnavigator Chris Stanmore-Major, talks about all things sailing from how to flake a line and prepare a meal on a family cruising voyage to how to race through the Southern Ocean on an Open 60.
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The Mariner's Mirror Podcast

The Society for Nautical Research and the Lloyds Register Foundation

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The world's No.1 podcast dedicated to all of maritime and naval history. With one foot in the present and one in the past we bring you the most exciting and interesting current maritime projects worldwide: including excavations of shipwrecks, the restoration of historic ships, sailing classic yachts and tall ships, unprecedented behind the scenes access to exhibitions, museums and archives worldwide, primary sources and accounts that bring the maritime past alive as never before. From the So ...
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The Mariner's Secret, a Matt & Heather Thriller

Mary TomasiDubois

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Thugs, chases through the streets of San Francisco, scientific discoveries, and other mysteries abound! Matt and Heather Townsend, orphaned when their bioscientist parents are killed in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, become wards of their Great Aunt Estelle. Her stately old house in the Marina District holds intrigue, and a secret. Fortunately, Matt discovers the secret on his thirteenth birthday, and not too soon. He was about to go stark raving mad with boredom. Years earlier and unkekno ...
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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Big Read

The Arts Institute Plymouth

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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is a founding fable of our modern age. We are the wedding guests, and the albatross around the Mariner's neck is an emblem of human despair and our abuse of the natural world. Yet in its beautiful terror there lies a wondrous solution – that we might wake up and find ourselves saved. Art knows no boundaries. The Ancient Mariner Big Read is an inclusive, immersive work of audio and visual art from the 21st century that reflects the sweeping majesty and abiding ...
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An exciting, compelling, and eerie ballad, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner focuses on the uncanny experiences of a sailor who has returned from a long sea voyage that has left him with a heavy burden to bear. Furthermore, the poem explores numerous themes including retribution, suffering, salvation, torment, nature, spirituality, and supernaturalism. The poem opens with the appearance of its mysterious protagonist, a skinny old man with a curious glittering eye, as he stops a young man who i ...
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Welcome to The VetRise Podcast w/ Juan Perez, hosted by Marine Corps Scout Sniper Veteran, founder, owner, public speaker, and content creator Juan Perez. My goal is to make success after service accessible to every veteran. You'll learn about the many failures and lessons Juan has learned on his path from service to society. For more information on the VetRise Academy and for a chance to work with Juan Perez (Coach JP), find us on social media @JPTheVeteranCoach Tune in to The VetRise Podca ...
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For more information on the VetRise Academy and for a chance to work with Juan Perez (Coach JP), apply here: VetRise Academy Application. Follow Juan Perez’s Socials: TikTok | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | | Threads | VetRise Academy Application Join a positive Veteran Facebook group here: The Vet Tribe Group…
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The guys all discuss what they learned this week, an update on The Blue Lagoon, Hot Lizard Drop and Where There's Smoke. Also bonus content! The next segment in Know Your Enemy! This time, its Tau!โดย The Meta Marine Podcast
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The Mariners finally broke out and played a complete game on Monday night, routing the Reds to the tune of a 9-3 final. Ty and Colby talk about the offensive explosion, Jonatan Clase's MLB debut, George Kirby's new-look slider, and tonight's pitching matchup between Logan Gilbert and Hunter Greene. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Transitioning out of the military is not a smooth process but rather a hard reset. Veterans experience a culture shock when they leave the military and enter civilian society. They lose their sense of purpose, their best friends, their culture, and their identity. This loss can lead to a grieving process and feelings of being lost. However, it is i…
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With Dominic Canzone headed to the injured list with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder, the Mariners have surprisingly called up outfield prospect Jonatan Clase. Ty and Colby explain why they have reservations about Clase's ability to help right now, then answer a few Mailbag Monday questions, including if Josh Rojas should hit lead off, what's c…
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So, after all your best efforts to prevent a Man Overboard Situation now your crew are in the water, and they are relying solely on you to not only come and find them; but also to do it in heavy seas, high winds and at night. Shit. Let's explore the options when all hope appears lost, when only brute strength and the spark of ingenuity may be all y…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Hello Seattle Mariners fans! Evan James, Kate Preusser and Zach Mason are here on April 13th 2024 to talk all things baseball. The topic of the day is pitching, pitching, pitching. Bryce Miller impressed in his Friday start against the Cubs, but can Emerson Hancock flip the script and hold the line? Can Miller’s new found windup hitch become a weap…
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In this episode, we zero in on a critical aspect often overlooked by veterans during their transition from military to civilian life: health and nutrition. We discuss the shift from the structured physical regimen of military life to finding a new balance in civilian routine. Explore effective strategies for managing nutrition and maintaining physi…
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The Mariners are back in action tonight, hosting a talented Cubs team for three at T-Mobile Park over the weekend. Ty and Colby get you set for the series, breaking down Chicago's roster, what to look for in Bryce Miller's third start of the year, what's going on with Luis Castillo, and what the difference between wRC+ and WAR is. Ask us questions!…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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In this episode, we tackle the critical question, 'Who are you?' as we navigate life's transitions. We delve into the significance of personal actions, boundaries, and values in shaping identity. Explore practical steps for setting productive daily routines and embracing change to actively redefine your life. This session encourages you to move bey…
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Julio Rodríguez is off to yet another slow start, posting a meager 44 wRC+ through the first 13 games of the season. So what's going on and how can he fix it? Ty and Colby discuss that, as well as Luke Raley's lack of playing time, the wave of high-profile pitcher injuries around MLB, and how the 20-80 scouting scale works. Ask us questions! Follow…
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It was a bad road trip for the Mariners overall, but a much-needed gem from Logan Gilbert, a game-saving catch by Jorge Polanco, and Cal Raleigh continuing his dominance over the Blue Jays capped things off on a good note. Ty and Colby recap the action from Seattle's 6-1 win in Toronto. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @…
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We've all done it, taken a quick nip onto the foredeck just do ' that thing' and suddenly we find ourselves realizing one wrong move and we are toast. This episode looks to try to reconcile that kind of risk-taking to the garbage can and promote instead a deep instinctual suspicion that the sea does not actually care about you, is in no way impress…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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It's Mailbag Monday! Ty and Colby answer some of your Mariners questions, including if it's time to give up on Emerson Hancock as a starter, how different Mitch Haniger's approach looks, if the Mariners or Blue Jays are better positioned for success, and more. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @TyDaneGonzalez | @CPat11 Su…
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Today is the day of the solar eclipse across North America, the only one that will touch the continent until 2024 (when only three states will experience totality) therefore: Happy Solar Eclipse Day! I thought I would put a few thoughts down relating to the historical and scientific history of solar eclipses to give you Dad's EVEN more to amaze and…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Hello Seattle Mariners fans! John Trupin, Evan James and Anders Jorstad are here on April 7th to talk about the 4-5 Seattle Mariners. The team has played just enough to give everyone a full taste of what’s to come, so how are we feeling? Have Urias and Polanco figured it out at the plate? Is Zavala as bad as he has looked so far? Will the Mariners …
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In this episode, we embark on a unique solo journey and thank our listeners for their overwhelming support. Without a set agenda, we delve into the critical transition from military to civilian life, emphasizing the importance of adopting a learner's mindset and forging new identities. We reflect on the challenges of adapting to an unfamiliar world…
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The Mariners kick off their first road trip of 2024 tonight, heading to Milwaukee for the first time in five years to square off against a fairly new-look Brewers team. Ty and Colby get you set for the series by discussing Ty France heading to the paternity list, Samad Taylor getting the call-up as a result of France's absence, how the Brewers shap…
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Another Dogwatch, to relieve the anxiety I am starting to feel doing these safety at sea episodes back to back- my dreams have started to become very weird and threatening when i spend my days talking at length about everything that can or might go wrong at sea! This time we discuss autopilots v's wine vane steering, boat deliveries out of West Coa…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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In this episode, we're tackling the top 12 questions you've sent our way, diving deep into the heart of post-military life and the transition to civilian success. From the toughest challenges of the last year to the foundations of VetRise, the advice for long-term veterans feeling lost, to the motivation needed to redefine fitness goals, we're cove…
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It was a mediocre first week of baseball at best for the Mariners, resulting in three wins and four losses—the last of which being the most brutal. Ty and Colby recap the struggles that plagued Seattle in its first seven games of the year, discuss what the team's identity is and will be, and then switch gears with a look at the organization's excit…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Hello Seattle Mariners fans! Zach Mason, Evan James and here with Kate Preusser on April 3rd to dissect the early returns of the 3-4 Mariners. A forgettable day on offense, defense and from stalwart George Kirby renders discussion of the immediate unpalatable, so the crew takes a more holistic view. What do we make of the early strikeout issues? Ar…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Losing the mast, rudder or even a single hatch cover at sea in heavy weather can be catastrophic, unless you have been playing the 'what if' game for a while and already have the equipment, procedures and mental capacity developed to deal with the problem, concisely & precisely. If you would like to listen to fantastic stories of sailors in small v…
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Luis Castillo's struggles continued on Tuesday night, with the Mariners' ace surrendering four runs on 10 hits to the Guardians in nearly six innings of work. Compounded by another lackluster effort from Seattle's offense, the M's suffered their third loss of the year without much of a fight and will head into Wednesday looking to end their opening…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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It's the first Mailbag Monday of the regular season! Ty is still getting over his cold, but he and Colby answer a few of your Mariners questions, including what their impressions of Bryce Miller's splitter were, the team's offensive struggles against the Red Sox, and more. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @TyDaneGonzalez…
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Back at it again with the The Meta Marine! In this episode we get another installment of Nick with his Blue Lagoon list, Thomas jumps ship for a parking lot, Mac continues his Thousand Sons and we all learn how to play against Chaos Knights and get more wins against them!โดย The Meta Marine Podcast
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In this episode, we navigate the critical first year after leaving the military, focusing on the four most important strategies for a successful transition. First, we talk about the importance of 'killing the ego.' Leaving behind the indestructible veteran persona, it's time to adopt a learner's mindset, embracing humility and curiosity as you emba…
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Despite a mostly lethargic night, the Mariners' bats came through when needed the most, rattling off three runs in the bottom of the 10th to stun the Red Sox. Ty and Colby hop on the mics to discuss Julio Rodríguez's first career walk-off, Logan Gilbert's fascinating night on the mound, and what to expect from Bryce Miller in tomorrow's series fina…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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In this episode, we tackle the trap between planning and acting, revealing how easy it is for veterans to procrastinate under the idea of preparation. It's an honest look at the pitfalls of waiting for the perfect moment and the merits of taking bold, imperfect action. This discussion serves as a wake-up call to those stuck in the cycle of over-pla…
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Whenever anyone meets me and hears I am a sailor, the first question is always 'have you been in a big storm?' Well, the answer unsurprisingly is yes, so here in concert with Keith Colwell's excellent 'RYA Sea Survival Handbook', let me lay out some of the ways to avoid becoming a statistic, when the volume on the weather gets cranked to eleven. If…
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Ty and Colby get you set for the Mariners' season opener against the Red Sox. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @TyDaneGonzalez | @CPat11 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Ibotta Right now, Ibotta is offering our listeners $5 for just trying Ibotta by using code LOCKEDONMLB. Just go to the app store and download the …
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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Ty and Colby make their predictions for the 2024 MLB season, including division winners, wild cards, World Series winner, MVPs, Cy Youngs, and rookies of the year. Ask us questions! Follow the show on Twitter: @LO_Mariners | @TyDaneGonzalez | @CPat11 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Ibotta Right now, Ibotta is offering our listeners $5 for ju…
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40,000Nm, a circumnavigation of the world, completed double-handed, in a decked in, dug-out, red cedar canoe. The bare facts on the page already seem impossible. There is only one sailor who holds a candle to Capt. Slocum, and that is Capt. Voss. If you don't know who that is, don't worry, I didn't know either until I read this book. Now, I can't s…
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With vibes pretty good and Opening Day right around the corner, things took a turn in the wrong direction on Monday as news came down that Bryan Woo would start the year on the injured list with right elbow inflammation. While it doesn't seem Woo will miss an extensive period of time, Colby is not thrilled with the fact Emerson Hancock will now pit…
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This episode we discuss ketches, yawls and schooners as part of the ABC of sailing, and I explore what are the pitfalls and joys of owning and operating such vessels, through the lens of my own experiences, running open ketch expeditions in Asia. If you would like to listen to fantastic stories of sailors in small vessels taking on the ocean in the…
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When I think of Adlard Coles, I think of the publishing house, but the fact is that the person behind that same institution was first off a small craft sailor just like you and I. This, his first book, is the tale of his first ever, long-distance cruise. What a career lay ahead of him! Despite not really knowing exactly what they were doing, Coles …
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It's the last Mailbag Monday before Opening Day! Ty and Colby answer some of your Mariners questions, including what the Opening Day lineup will look like against Brayan Bello and the Red Sox on Thursday, which bench players will make the most impact in 2024, how the bullpen will shake out by Thursday, and more. Ask us questions! Follow the show on…
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Hello Seattle Mariners fans! Zach Mason, Anders Jorstad are here with Kate Preusser, back from spring Training to detail her firsthand account of the new look Mariners. It’s Sunday March 24th and the final cuts are just around the corner. How impressive has Jonatan Clase been and how long will he stay in the minors? Will he be the backup CF and pin…
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