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Fort Zeelandia

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on November 1, 2013

Once the Dutch decided to compete with the Portuguese and the Spanish for maritime commerce with East Asia, they jumped in with both feet. After establishing a base in Batavia (modern-day Jakarta), they focused on trade with China and Japan.

Cruise of the Corwin

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on June 10, 2011

The United States Revenue Cutter (USRC) Thomas Corwin was built in Portland, Oregon in 1876, becoming the first federal government vessel built in the state. She was finished and commissioned in San Francisco in 1877. San Francisco remained her homeport for her entire period of government service.

MaritimeProfessional Applies for BPA Worldwide Membership

Posted to The Maritime Professional (by Jocelyn Redfern) on March 17, 2011

BPA Worldwide will track circulation for MARITIME PROFESSIONAL based on business/distribution, demographics and geographic coverage. The magazine will have 12 months to complete its initial circulation audit. “The strong growth of MARITIME PROFESSIONAL…