Captain Donald Lawson istSpsodenoru34t39ca1t026alcugf1mg5f96amtuu0l64ac591hl0c101316 ·feeling relieved in Ignacio Manuel Altamirano, Acapulco de Juárez.
We also installed an electric bilge pump into the engine compartment as the heat was causing moisture build up.
Interesting. I did not realize that the US Coast Guard used the term "Captain" when they issue Merchant Mariner Credentials. Thanks for the updated information.He's recognized as a Captain by the Coast Guard!
(Completely unrelated: the Coast Guard calls anyone hailing them in distress "Captain")
I really just mean that when you hear ppl hailing the USCG in distress on 16 the radio operator calls the hailing mariner "cap'n". Apologies for not putting my previous post in the this is obviously a joke font.Interesting. I did not realize that the US Coast Guard used the term "Captain" when they issue Merchant Mariner Credentials. Thanks for the updated information.
I do not routinely call myself that, but ICW tradition seems to be all the marina workers do.USCG credentials aside… who ever refers to themselves as “Captain“ unless they are actively on a boat where they are employed as a skipper?
It’s just lame, and has that ”trying too hard to impress people who don’t sail” vibe.
Speaking of which, refers to himself as a “professional” sailor - is he registered as a Cat 3?