Ice Tactics by Capt. Jesse Osborn published in Ocean Navigator Magazine

I began writing a small series on Arctic Ice Tactics this fall.  Ocean Navigator Magazine has published one of the articles in the March 2015 issue.

http://www.oceannavigator.com/March-April-2015/Negotiating-a-brash-ice-barrier/

Ocean Navigator is an all business magazine for serious sailors and we are proud to have contributed to the sailing community through this publication for the second time.

 

Enjoy!

Capt. Jesse Osborn

SV EMPIRICUS

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