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30) is an interesting affair as Fleet Captain attempts to follow up his course-and-distance success last time a couple of weeks ago and the way he came home that night he should go very close.
Youth and junior fleet captain Gill Pearson said: "It was great to see such a varied range of boats out on the course and to welcome so many new faces to the competition.
CAPTION(S): AIR WE GO: From left to right, Glen Keating, King Air fleet captain and the ground operations manager, Ron Raison, director of flight inspection, and Colin Pease, head of flight inspection at Cobham Aviation Services UK
Kemp, who joined Alaska Airlines in 1987, was most recently Seattle base chief pilot for the airline and was previously MD-80 fleet captain from 1999 to 2005.
That lightness can make it tricky to sail, said David Ispas, the fleet captain and a Corvallis Realtor.
Carpenter had a passion for sailing and was Fleet Captain of Sprite Island Yacht Club in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Spokesman for the Northern Fleet Captain Vadim Serga said: "We hope to find remains in the fourth compartment, which served as living quarters for the crew.
The comments of former whaling fleet captain Vladimir Dobralskiy echo the kill-at-all-costs credo that operated for years in the Soviet Union's whaling industry.