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John D. Kopke
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Boat Bottom Cleaning in the Water.

Started this discussion. Last reply by zeehag Mar 9, 2009. 1 Reply

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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Curtis Bay, Maryland
About Me:
Coast Guard Marine Engineer, Search and rescue Patrol Boat Capt. Retired Chief Mechanical officer.
Own the NOKOMIS a Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker BuoyTender, 70' L x20'Bx6'D. 120 tons of fun.
Current location:
Pasadena, md.
Destinations visited:
Bay of Pigs Yacht Club Cuba 1962
Cuban Missle Embargo 1962-63
Gu1antanamo Bay yacht Club
Bermuda , Argentia Newfoundland
Ocean Station BRAVO-too many times.
Looking to:
Find a Crusing Partner -First Mate-East Coast, Great Lakes
and Europe.

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At 2:04pm on February 21, 2011, carole lowry said…

It is offical, "Captain Carole"  I passed the exams,  and they were tough.  Still need the physical, TWICs card and documents to be truely official

Carole

At 11:53pm on February 13, 2011, carole lowry said…
It is not easy.  Lots to learn.  I thought I knew a good deal.  This is a real bugger.
At 12:22am on February 4, 2011, carole lowry said…

Hi John

Start my classes tomorrow for the Captain's course and license.  Getting excited and looking forward to the challenge.

At 11:39pm on January 23, 2011, carole lowry said…

How did that dock get out there to hit a coast guard boat?  Like your pictures. 

Carole

At 6:20am on July 25, 2010, ahmet haluk onal said…
wooow !!!! i would love to be work whit you i interesting to researching under the seas.great job very kindand must be adventerous.
At 7:25pm on May 26, 2009, Terri said…
Keep me posted .... would love to take a spin on her when she's ready! Terri
At 9:02am on May 26, 2009, Terri said…
Morning! What a vessel!!! So you know Boston well! Sailed out of Boston Harbor alot when learning to sail, Rowe's Wharf. Know Hull well too. Knew Nokomis had to do something with Hiawatha, but didn't know who she was, do now (cheated and googled! lol)! Awesome name for a ship! Sounds like she has it all! Terri
At 8:53pm on May 25, 2009, Terri said…
Geez, An icebreaker!!!! Great for fall boating in New England!!! LOL Tell me about this boat and where do you go on her? Liveaboard?? So many questions! Terri
At 8:50pm on May 25, 2009, Suky said…
Great photos... wonderful !
At 8:31pm on May 25, 2009, Terri said…
Love your photo's!!! Terri
 
 
 

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