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Surveying Wrecks around Estonia

Estonian survey fleet. From left to right: Jakob Prei, EVA-320 and Kaja. Image courtesy: Marko Kesküla. As a part of its mission to ensure safe navigation, the Estonian Maritime Administration identifies possible navigational hazards in Estonian waters, including potentially dangerous wrecks. Some of these wrecks, especially those lost during WWII, pose a potential environment... (read more)

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Sea Vision

For most of my naval career, senior colleagues bemoaned the curse of sea blindness, a perception that increased in volume around the time of government reviews of defence and the inevitable scrutiny of naval budgets and resources. We thought ourselves to be ‘out of sight, out of mind’, w... (read more)
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