Monthly Archives: October 2009
Apparently, the Lynn Rival has been taken by pirates. Pirates seize British yachthttp://www.ibinews.com/ibinews/newsdesk/20090927144712ibinews.htmlSomali pirates grab a yacht, 2Britshttp://www.eaglespeak.us/2009/10/somali-pirates-grab-yacht-2-brits.html Wishing them a safe and speedy return.
I just finished reading ‘Meditation on Violence’ by Rory Miller.Highly recommended reading for self-defense/security minded folks.A few quotes from the book. From the preface – Never, ever, ever delegate responsibility for your own safety. Never, ever, ever, override your own experience and common sense on the say-so of some self-proclaimed ‘expert’.Never, ever, ever ignore what … Continue reading
Some interesting articles int he October issue of Dockwalk – go to www.dockwalk.com, sign up and you’ll have access to the latest issue. Also in Dockwalk are members blogs – Peter Boulton has posted about card theft in the Mediterranean. A good read, and I enjoy his other posts, too.
Had dinner with Joel M and a great conversation.Next day had a very good conversation with the folks at Paradox Marine about the yacht security business. Posted via email from yachtsecurity’s posterous
Go on over to the folks at Latitudes and Attitudes – http://www.seafaring.com/ – some great articles in the Nov 2009 issue. For starters (of interest to me) – a letter about an attack in Dominica (pg 42), a pitch about the Aqualink PLB and the Iridium 9555 sat phone (pgs. 48 & 49), choosing a … Continue reading