Top Search Results for Sea Story
When you search Google for the words Sea Story, here's what appears in the top 5 search results.
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#1 Sea Story : Navy.comhttps://www.navy.com/navy-life/sea-story.html
It makes sense that post for the US Navy would appear at the top of the list. Sailors who serve in the US Navy are fully involved in a hug ongoing sea story. While at sea and ashore, Navy sailors live out the raw materials that go into great sea stories, both told and written.
#2. A Sea Story - The Atlantichttps://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2004/05/a-sea-story/302940/
This Atlantic Magazine article tells the story of the ferry Estonia, which sank beneath the waves on the night of September 28, 1994 in a storm on the Baltic Sea. The lives of 850 souls were lost.
#3. Urban Dictionary: Sea storyhttps://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Sea%20story
The urban dictionary scores a direct hit with this definition: A sea story is a nautical version of an urban legend, similar to a fairy tale. All sailors know the difference between a sea story and a fairy tale. A fairy tale begins with "Once upon a time..." and a sea story begins with "This ain't no shit..."
#4. SEA STORY by America's Navy on Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sea-story/id1252062531?mt=2
I had not hear of this podcast even though I've searched the Apple Podcast app many times for sea stories. I will be synching up my iPhone with this one and listening in for certain.
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#5. Story of Two Americans Lost at Sea for Months Leaves Experts...https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/story-two-americans-lost-sea-months-leaves-experts-questions-n816066
I'm happy to see this link in the top 5 Google search for the key words Sea Story. NO list would be complete without a story of sailors lost at sea.
If you enjoy a good sea story, you may want to give these two a read.
They are free on all eReaders.
Free on all eReaders:
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Malcolm Torres is the author of original sea stories.