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Writers on the Water

Writers on the Water

Okay, so it’s not quite as memorable (yet?) as “Riders on the Storm,” the 1971 hit by The Doors, but a new blog by writers Christine Kling and Mike Jastrzebski  called Write on the Water, is a place to talk about the intersection of writing and living and working on the water. I was the guest […]

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Sushi Run Boats Prepare for 2010 Continuation

Sushi Run Boats Prepare for 2010 Continuation

Ken Williams, who, with his wife Roberta, owns the Nordhavn 68 Sans Souci, reports that the 2010 cruising season for the boats of the Great Siberian Sushi Run (GSSR) is approaching. In an email today to followers of his blog, Williams reports that the boats, which traveled from Seattle, Washington to Osaka Japan last year, […]

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GSSR Reaches Japan: Sushi Must Wait

Written by on August 7, 2009 in Destinations with 0 Comments
GSSR Reaches Japan: Sushi Must Wait

Ken Williams aboard Sans Soucireports that the Great Siberian Sushi Run has reached Japan, although the arrival there apparently had a number of unexpected events.

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Sushi Run Boats Reach Kodiak

Written by on June 16, 2009 in Destinations, People with 0 Comments
Sushi Run Boats Reach Kodiak

The Great Siberian Sushi Run reaches Kodiak, with new video of bears clamming, Glacier Bay, Dundas Bay and some fantastic shots of the helm of Sans Souci.

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Great Siberian Sushi Run Reaches Alaska

Written by on May 19, 2009 in Destinations, Passagemaking News with 0 Comments
Great Siberian Sushi Run Reaches Alaska

Ken Williams aboard Sans Souci, along with Seabird and Grey Pearl, have reached Petersburg, Alaska on their way to Japan. Catch up with these three passagemakers as they approach the 1,000 NM made-good mark.

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“Great Siberian Sushi Run” Prepares to Weigh Anchor

Written by on March 26, 2009 in Destinations, Passagemaking News, People with 0 Comments
“Great Siberian Sushi Run” Prepares to Weigh Anchor

Late next month, an interesting convoy of sorts will depart the protected waters of Seattle for a nearly 6,000 NM trek across the North Pacific to Russia and Japan.  The three Nordhavns — the first Nordhavn 68, Sans Souci, owned by Ken and Roberta Williams; Grey Pearl, an N62 owned by Braun and Tina Jones, […]

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The SeaKits Advantage for Spares Management

Written by on December 5, 2008 in Industry News, Technology with 1 Comment
The SeaKits Advantage for Spares Management

The dark, crushing ocean depths traveled by nuclear submarines are perhaps the most unforgiving environment we know.  It does not require much of a mistake to exact the most premium of penalties.  As a young nuclear operator aboard one of those submarines, Barry Kallander was trained to understand that harsh reality, and to do what […]

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