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Wulfen Blablabla – Video

Adi Beholz, Valentin Böckler, Tilo Eber, etc. had a great windsurfing session at Wulfen on the Baltic Sea.

Stadler set to deliver double-decker train to Aeroexpress

Stadler Rail is set to deliver the first six-carriage double-decker trains for the Russian railway company Aeroexpress through a ship route from Muttenz BL through Amsterdam to the Baltic Sea.

Sweden Pledges Extra 1.3bn Kroner in Defence Spending Amid Russian Threat

The Swedish government has announced that an additional 1.3 billion kronor will be invested in the military in response to increased Russian military activity in the Baltic Sea, The Local has reported. The financial pledge is in addition...Show More Summary

Alcohol + archaeologists

200-year-old Selters water bottle that was recently found by archaeologists contains drinkable alcohol! A 200-year-old bottle carrying either vodka or gin has been recovered from a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, media reports said. “The alcohol is drinkable. This means it would not cause poisoning. Apparently, however, it does not smell particularly good,” Tomasz [...]

The Summer of Our Discontent

Actually for me, it was a very pleasant summer highlighted by a superb Baltic Sea exploration on one of these huge, luxurious cruise ships : 16 days, 8 fascinating destinations including Stockholm, Copenhagen, Helsinki and St. Petersburg. I suspect it was very pleasant for many others. Show More Summary

Effect on pCO2 by phytoplankton uptake of dissolved organic nutrients in the Central and Northern Baltic Sea, a model study

Dissolved organic matter (DOM) has been added to an existing biogeochemical model and the phytoplankton were allowed to utilize the dissolved organic nutrients for primary production. The results show typical vertical structures forShow More Summary

Shipwreck Yields 200-Year-Old Booze You Can Drink

A 200-year-old bottle of alcohol found in a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea is still suitable for drinking—if you can get past its stink. The stoneware bottle, emblazoned with the name of a mineral water named Selters, was found off the Polish coast in the Gulf...

Port of Hamburg Adds Jobs As Volumes Surge

The port of Hamburg, Germany’s gateway to the Baltics and China, is adding jobs as a surge in sea freight boosted cargo handling to record levels in the first six months of the year. The post Port of Hamburg Adds Jobs As Volumes Surge appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

200-Year-Old Booze From Shipwreck Is Still Drinkable

A 200-year-old stoneware seltzer bottle that was recently recovered from a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea contains alcohol, according to the results of a preliminary analysis. Researchers discovered the well-preserved and sealed bottle in June, while exploring the so-called F53.31 shipwreck in Gdansk Bay, close to the Polish coast. Show More Summary

Still 'Drinkable': 200-Year-Old Booze Found in Shipwreck

A 200-year-old stoneware seltzer bottle that was recently recovered from a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea contains alcohol, according to the results of a preliminary analysis. The chemical composition of the alcohol corresponds...Show More Summary

Eater IDK: Would You Drink This 200-Year-Old Bottle of Mystery Booze?

This bottle spent two centuries at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, and scientists think it's full of drinkable vodka or jenever. Would you try it?

200-year-old booze found in shipwreck

last monthTechnology : Tech Talk

Exploring a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, researchers found a 200-year-old bottle of alcohol intact

Preparations under way for 'Vikings' exhibition at Martin Gropius Bau museum in Berlin

last monthArts : Artdaily

From the Baltic, the Vikings ventured as far west as North America and as far east as the Black Sea, in a period of expansion in which they were not only feared as raiders and pillagers, but also greeted as traders and settlers. Through their travels, they came into contact with numerous, vastly differing societies and cultures. Show More Summary

DryShips May Not Be Capable Of Overcoming Weak Chinese Demand And A Large Debt Load

By Andrew Sachais: DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS) may be in trouble as a large debt load and weakness in the Baltic Dry Index have led to heavy selling pressure. The Baltic Dry Index measures the price of moving major raw materials by sea, taking into account 23 shipping routes measured on a time charter basis. Show More Summary

American Spy Plane Makes Mad Dash For Sweden After Russian Intercept

last monthVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

An American spy plane, listening out for signals intelligence high above international waters in the Baltic Sea, was forced to hightail it to Sweden to avoid intercept by Russian fighter jets, according to the New York Times. This sort of thing has happened before, but this incident is definitely weird. Read more...

What, no gin?

200-Year-Old Bottle of Seltzer Found in Shipwreck Polish archaeologists have recovered one of the world’s oldest intact bottles of mineral water from a shipwreck lying on the bottom of the Baltic Sea. Still corked, the perfectly preserved stoneware bottle was produced between 1806 and 1830 by Selters, one of the oldest mineral waters in Europe. Okay. But this: The [...]

Chinese mosquitoes on the Baltic Sea: Ancient insect inclusions in East-Asian amber

The analysis of the roughly 3,000 pieces is still in its infant stage. But it is already evident that the results will be of major significance. The Baltic amber comes from the Baltic Sea region, which is almost 10,000 kilometers from Fushun. Show More Summary

Chinese mosquitos on the Baltic Sea

The analysis of the roughly 3,000 pieces is still in its infant stage. But it is already evident that the results will be of major significance. "Amazingly often, we are finding–in addition to Asian forms–the same insect species in Fushun amber that we found in Baltic amber," explained Bonn paleontologist Professor Dr. Jes Rust. read more

The Museum At The Bottom Of The Sea

[Image: Photo by Martin Siegel/Society of Maritime Archaeology, via Der Spiegel]. In 2012, German archaeologists began posting interpretive signs underwater, marking shipwrecks and even crashed airplanes at the bottom of the Baltic Sea...Show More Summary

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