STBSP Ep. 45, Part 1 with Capt. Ken Henry

by JeffreyWettig | March 17th, 2016

pegasus_sunset2_logoGreetings! Welcome to this episode of The Shooting The Breeze Sailing Podcast with Captain Ken Henry of North East, MD. Capt. Ken is a well rounded individual to say the least, well steeped in the Marine Arts. He’s a surveyor, sailor, captain, instructor, musician, all sorts of things. I had the chance to meet Capt. Ken last fall when looking at his Bayfield 32 which he had for sale, what I didn’t know is that he used to belong to Hances Point, my yacht club down the road, and his vast experiences in life. We hit it off and chatted for a good long time in the galley of the Bayfield, and I was determined to stop back around and interview him at some point in the off season, and here we have it! After two months of packing, moving, and unpacking, I finally got the chance to go check on the boat and stop by to chat with Capt. Ken. Check out the video from 1992 of an NBC Nightly News report on Capt. Ken and the Schooner Francis Crow,
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Captain Ken Henry Marine Surveys

Sailing Nervous
The Ogham Stones perform “Mainland” by the Real Mckenzies, and “Thousands Are Sailing” by the Pogues during the breaks.

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