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Dive Team Seeks To Solve 200-year Shipwreck Mystery starstarstarstarstar   27th November 2009 - Views: 654 Dive Team Seeks To Solve 200-year Shipwreck Mystery An expedition led by the Australian National Maritime Museum in the next two weeks will attempt to solve one of the more intriguing riddles in the nation’s maritime history.

Dave The Commander Sees Things When It Comes To Poetry starstarstarstarstar   24th November 2009 - Views: 530 Dave The Commander Sees Things When It Comes To Poetry David Jordan , a retired Patrol Boat Commander whose forebears arrived in Australia in chains on the First Fleet, is a confessed “pushover” when it comes to sea shanties and verse that evokes personal emotions and experiences.

Improved Boating Infrastructure Firmly On The Agenda starstarstarstarstar   20th November 2009 - Views: 531 Improved Boating Infrastructure Firmly On The Agenda Representing the marine sector were Boating Industry Association of Victoria General Manager Robert Coco, and Yachting Victoria CEO Ross Kilborn.

National Maritime Museum Acquires Historical Treasures From Cook Voyage starstarstarstarstar   18th November 2009 - Views: 588 National Maritime Museum Acquires Historical Treasures From Cook Voyage The Australian National Maritime Museum has acquired three outstanding South Seas artefacts that make a direct link with James Cook and his 1770s exploration of the Pacific.

Commander Dave Has A Soft Spot For Poetry starstarstarstarstar   13th November 2009 - Views: 495 Commander Dave Has A Soft Spot For Poetry David Jordan , a retired Patrol Boat Commander whose forebears arrived in Australia in chains on the First Fleet, is a confessed “pushover” when it comes to sea shanties and verse that evokes personal emotions and experiences.

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