- published: 23 Jan 2017
- views: 88
Our Kingston Marine Services (KMS) team from East Cowes has recently been involved in preparations at Portsmouth ahead of the arrival of Britain’s new aircraft carriers, the largest and most powerful warships ever built for the Royal Navy. KMS was contracted by Isle of Wight company MMC Diving Services to work alongside technical and dive teams on the new navigation lights that will guide the aircraft carriers Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales safely into Portsmouth Harbour. http://www.kingstonmarineservices.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/KingstonMarineServices/ http://www.cowesharbourcommission.co.uk https://www.flickr.com/cowesharbourcommission
Lake Ontario is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. It is the 14th largest lake in the world, and has a shoreline 712 miles (1146 km) long. Join these divers, as they explore the rich marine heritage that the Kingston area has to offer -- and swim through shipwrecked sites under water. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://bit.ly/fNlfOg Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/ExploreCanada http://www.twitter.com/ExploreCanada
Okay, maybe it isn't that special but whatever. I hope that everyone else is doing something with their summers instead of sitting around all day waiting for the next school year to begin. All of the pictures shown are in the order they were taken in. Anyway the song used is El Lagarto, an OC Remix song by Evil Horde. You can check it out on YouTube or head over to www.ocremix.org
Michael Kingston, Lawyer at Marine Trade and Energy Group, DWF LLP talks to us about his recent event based on the opportunities in the Arctic and explains what delegates can expect from his upcoming event based on renewable energy. Hear how DWF LLP are working with banks to help projects for renewable energy go ahead and how IFB 2014 is supporting small businesses to get their projects off the ground.
Top 14. Best Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Kingston - Ontario, Canada: Kingston Waterfront, Canada's Penitentiary Museum, Fort Henry National Historic Site, Bellevue House National Historic Site, Kingston City Hall, Queens University, Murney Tower National Historic Site, Rideau Canal, Kingston Mills, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, Military Communications and Electronics Museum, St. George's Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Mary, Engine 1095
The Fort Henry National Historic Site is located in Kingston, Ontario. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a popular attraction for both local residents and tourists alike. Explore Fort Henry, and the numerous activities available on site -- including historical reenactments of military drills, and collaborative performances with the United States Marine Corps (USMC) Silent Drill Platoon. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://uscw.canada.travel/canadaheritage Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/ExploreCanada http://www.twitter.com/ExploreCanada
This is my Custom 1989 Bowen Marine 22fter, its been fully restored and updated by myself and my dad...Its powered by a ETEC 250 HO... The hull has a aggressively deep vee which is idle for the seas we have to face here and with the ETEC power she flies but is still great on gas consumption... My wife and i were just cruising around in the harbour waiting on my old man to join us with his Custom 28' Rabco, before heading to California Bank for some deep-line fishing... It was about 6:30 am that morning and she was cruising @ around 45knots
Provided by NYCMarinesvideo. NEW YORK -- Marines from the Marine Forces Reserve Band sang "Beautiful Girl" by Sean Kingston, to one special Marine Day Times Square visitor. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps video by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED) For more information, visit www.dvidshub.net. Media Requests: www.dvidshub.net/units/NYCMarines Fleet Week 2011 Schedule: www.fleetweeknewyork.com Videos: www.youtube.com/nycmarinesvideo Facebook: www.facebook.com/Marines Twitter: www.twitter.com/usmc
Dooney & Bourke - Bag of the Day (Kingston Hobo - Marine) Join my Facebook Group - The Dooneynista Den https://www.facebook.com/groups/1791047367790889/ Email: ThePecanTannedBeauty@yahoo.com Thanks so much for watching! xoxo... PTB :)
Candace Raquel Teetsel, a transgender woman and U.S. Marine, speaks out about President Donald Trump's tweet on Wednesday in which he announced that transgender people would no longer be accepted or allowed in the U.S. military.
A Pacific NW Boater guide to the Port of Kingston Marina. This historically important harbor is strategically located in northern Puget Sound between Seattle and Port Townsend. Online slip reservations, dockside check-in and dockside pump out highlight this service oriented marina. The town of Kingston with food, drink, and shopping is just steps away from your boat. Low fuel prices and free electric cars for visiting boaters, too. Visit https://portofkingston.org/ for more information and to reserve your slip online, or call 360-297-3545.
Explore a retired Coast Guard ship at the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, in Kingston, Ontario. The Museum looks back at over 340 years of maritime history, from colonial battleships to modern freighters. The museum displays a wide range of exhibits dealing with shipping, ship building, shipwrecks on the Lakes, and marine archeology. You can even discover what life was like as a sailor. One such exhibit is the museum’s largest artifact, the Alexander Henry, a retired Coast Guard ship built in 1959. Designed as a light ice breaker and buoy tender, the ship spent most of its career supplying lighthouses and placing buoys in the shipping channels. The museum acquired the ship in 1985. The ship is on display and visitors can wander through its many cabins. For more information: Mar...
A Pacific NW Boater 90-second Cruising Guide to the Port of Kingston Marina. Located on the Kitsap Peninsula in Puget Sound, the Port of Kingston Marina is just 12 nautical miles north of downtown Seattle. The marina offers online slip reservations, dockside check-in, and some of the lowest fuel prices in Puget Sound. You'll also find convenient dockside pump out, covered picnic shelters right on the dock, free showers and free electric cars. The town of Kingston is mere steps away and offers dining, shopping, and provisioning. While the park next to the marina hosts events, concerts, and a farmers market. Visit https://portofkingston.org/ to make a reservation or to book a rendezvous or yacht club gathering.