Confident Captain, Oceans Pros Event

Monday, November 23, 2009

On Wednesday, December 9 at 6:30PM, Confident Captain/Ocean Pros will be hosting Captain "Skip"  Strong who will recount the challenge, resolve and dramatic salvage operation that made history.  Prentice “Skip” Strong, III, the author of “In Peril,” will speak about how he rescued the crew of the J.A. Orgeron and salvaged NASA’s $50m liquid fuel cell in the fall of 1994.  Signed copies of “In Peril” will be made available for purchase at this event. 

The lecture will be held at the Confident Captain/Ocean Pros' maritime training facility located in the recently renovated Aquidneck Mill Building (449 Thames St. Suite 300).  Cocktails and light appetizers will be provided and Admission is free.  The doors will open at 6:00 pm; reservations are not available and space is limited.  For more information please call (401) 849-1257 or email info@confidentcaptain.com.
 


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