28347 members and growing – the largest networking group in the maritime industry!

LoginJoin

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Dennis Bryant's Profile

d*************t@gmail.com
Public: Yes
Receving Updates: Yes

Employment Status

Self Employed

Professional Interests

Admiralty Law, Crew/Personnel Management, Environmental / Emissions, Geodesy (Marine), Harbor Patrol, Hardware (Marine), Human Resources, Hydrographic equipment, Information Technology, Instrumentation, Insurance (Marine), Maritime Regulations and standards, Navigation / Communication Equipment, Oceanographic Instrumentation, Oceanography, Port Authority, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Renewable Energy, Safety & Fire Protection, Salvage, Security Services & Systems, Shipboard Electronics & Automation, Underwater Vehicles (manned), Vessels, Cargo ships, Cable ships, Ice breakers, Passenger ships, Pollution control vessels, Research vessels, Salvage vessels

Associations and Organizations

Maritime Law Association of the US

Designations, Licenses and Certifications

USCG

Blogs

Maritime Musings

Battle of Lissa

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on December 29, 2015

Empire, which had acquired the region in 1797 as a gift from Napoleon. Austria. southern flank would be weakened. called Viz, Croatia) on the Dalmatian coast. shelling the fort there. Count Persano was notified of the imminent arrival of the Austrian fleet. north to meet the enemy.

Chafarinas Islands

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on December 25, 2015

town of Ras Kebdana. total area of 0.2 square miles (128 acres). Guard garrison is stationed on the largest of the three, Isla Isabell II. the island. of fresh water. from Melilla, located about 25 nautical miles to the west. 1847. along the Mediterranean coast of Morocco.

Yellow-bellied sea snake

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on December 22, 2015

birth. waters, it is capable of surviving far at sea. It is the only sea snake found in waters off Hawaii. Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and Red Sea. Asian land snakes about 10 million years ago. prevented it from entering the Atlantic.

Robert Dollar

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on December 18, 2015

Robert Dollar (1844-1932) was born in Scotland. young. California, where he prospered. acquired lumber interests up and down the West Coast. moving his lumber from the Pacific Northwest to markets in California. Dollar Steamship Company, headquartered in San Francisco.

Ship Ellen Southard

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on December 15, 2015

Richmond, Maine, was named for the daughter of the builder and owner, Thomas J. Southard. ports worldwide. Atlantic coast to San Francisco in 1864. San Francisco, Captain Howe, the master died. His wife assumed command. alerted a passing ship, which brought word to California.


Quality Management & Human Error Prevention

Gulf Oil Spill: “Couldas” and “Shouldas”

Posted to Quality Management & Human Error Prevention (by Dennis Bryant) on July 23, 2010

What are the root and contributing causes of the accident in the Gulf? What could have and should have been done to prevent the accident? If the potential for the accident could not have been absolutely prevented, what could have and should…


Marine Emissions Control

Marine Emissions Control

Posted to Marine Emissions Control (by Dennis Bryant) on March 15, 2010

We have been driving cars and trucks for years with catalytic exhaust converters and now particulate filters which have been fitted to diesel trucks and industrial equipment. During a visit to the MAK works in Kiel I noticed the efficient system…