A barque, a brig, and a schooner... walk into a bar

A Galaxy Far, Far Away: Captain Jamie Trost aboard Lady Washington

March 15, 2021 Tall Ships America Season 2 Episode 1
A barque, a brig, and a schooner... walk into a bar
A Galaxy Far, Far Away: Captain Jamie Trost aboard Lady Washington
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A barque, a brig, and a schooner... walk into a bar
A Galaxy Far, Far Away: Captain Jamie Trost aboard Lady Washington
Mar 15, 2021 Season 2 Episode 1
Tall Ships America

Welcome to season two! We kick off this season with Captain Jamie Trost, Port Captain for Grays Harbor Historical Seaport in Aberdeen, Washington.  While he had a less than auspicious start as a sailor, tall ships eventually proved too strong of a calling. We spend time in Japan, visit an algae graveyard in the Great Lakes, and learn that is no better place to be a sailor than in Baltimore, Ireland.

Ships mentioned: Adventuress, AJ Meerwald, Amistad, Appledore IV, Denis Sullivan, Highlander Sea, Inland Seas,  Lady Washington, Liberty (now Freda B.), U.S. Brig Niagara, Pathfinder and Playfair, Pride of Baltimore II,  Sloop Providence, HMS Rose, Sultana.

Programs mentions: Ocean Classroom Foundation, Sea Education Foundation, Portland Schooner Company.

If you would like to read Captain Trost's article on the dismasting of Pride of Baltimore II in 2005, "Splinters for St. Nazaire" via  Facebook

Captain Trost spent time in Okayama Prefecture and mentioned the Bisei Observatory and Bitchū Matsuyama Castle.

Show Notes

Welcome to season two! We kick off this season with Captain Jamie Trost, Port Captain for Grays Harbor Historical Seaport in Aberdeen, Washington.  While he had a less than auspicious start as a sailor, tall ships eventually proved too strong of a calling. We spend time in Japan, visit an algae graveyard in the Great Lakes, and learn that is no better place to be a sailor than in Baltimore, Ireland.

Ships mentioned: Adventuress, AJ Meerwald, Amistad, Appledore IV, Denis Sullivan, Highlander Sea, Inland Seas,  Lady Washington, Liberty (now Freda B.), U.S. Brig Niagara, Pathfinder and Playfair, Pride of Baltimore II,  Sloop Providence, HMS Rose, Sultana.

Programs mentions: Ocean Classroom Foundation, Sea Education Foundation, Portland Schooner Company.

If you would like to read Captain Trost's article on the dismasting of Pride of Baltimore II in 2005, "Splinters for St. Nazaire" via  Facebook

Captain Trost spent time in Okayama Prefecture and mentioned the Bisei Observatory and Bitchū Matsuyama Castle.