- 1 Can Navy sailors fish?
- 2 Can Sailors fish?
- 3 Do sailors fish at sea?
- 4 Does the Navy catch fish?
- 5 Has a fish ever caught off the back of an aircraft carrier?
- 6 What happens if you miss your ship in the Navy?
- 7 Why are bananas not allowed on boats?
- 8 Why can’t you say rabbit on a boat?
- 9 Can a civilian own an aircraft carrier?
- 10 Did sailors eat rats?
- 11 Why is it bad luck to whistle on a ship?
- 12 What did sailors eat before refrigeration?
- 13 What is a swim call?
CS2/MS2 with 10 years in the Navy. Yes you are allowed to fish, at CO discretion of course. The one important thing to note is that the cooks are not allowed to gut, scale, or cook any fish that was caught in this manor.
Can Sailors fish?
Most Carriers (CVNs) move in excess of 35 knots when on the go. Sometimes the CVNs will be allowed to pull in to a dock when in port. So then depending on the port you could fish from the dock or the ship.
Do sailors fish at sea?
Occasionally, not often. Mostly the ship would be travelling, and therefore moving too fast to fish. Also, during their watch, the sailors would have work to do constantly. Moreover, fish are not plentiful in the deep ocean, because there is little food for them.
The short answer is that yes they do. The more in depth answer is that it depends upon the CO of the ship. Fishing is done onboard as a means of recreation. When something is caught, it is generally served up fresh for the next meal.
Has a fish ever caught off the back of an aircraft carrier?
However, the sailors prevailed and they caught a couple of skipjacks, a maneuver that was recorded on camera for those who need to see it to believe it.
“what happens?” If you miss movement report to higher command and they will get you (eventually) back to your ship. Then the old man will sort you out at mast.
Why are bananas not allowed on boats?
Bananas were a source of bad luck for ships carrying other types of fruits as well. Bananas give off ethylene gas, which can cause other fruits to ripen and, thus, spoil more quickly than they would otherwise. This unintended result might be a source of concern for ships looking to turn a profit on fresh fruits.
Why can’t you say rabbit on a boat?
Superstition: Never say ” rabbit” on a boat A rabbit’s foot may bring luck on dry land, but never mention the R-word once you ‘re out at sea. It may be because the Devil might disguise himself as a rabbit. Also, many Westcountry seamen won’t say church, pig, fox or cat.
Can a civilian own an aircraft carrier?
In the US, no. You can own the carrier and planes (even if it was a WW I or WW II carrier ) with enough money, but you would not be able to arm them legally.
Did sailors eat rats?
Rats were a common pest on board ships and seamen often hunted them for entertainment and then ate them, reporting they tasted ‘nice and delicate… full as good as rabbits’. Another frequent pest were weevils, (a type of beetle) found in flour, biscuit and bread.
Why is it bad luck to whistle on a ship?
It is said that to whistle is to challenge the wind itself, and that to do so will bring about a storm. Another tale is that it has been considered bad luck ever since the mutiny aboard HMS Bounty; Fletcher Christian is said to have used a whistle as the signal to begin the mutiny against Captain William Bligh.
What did sailors eat before refrigeration?
Sailors would eat hard tack, a biscuit made from flour, water and salt, and stews thickened with water. In contrast, captains and officers would eat freshly baked bread, meat from live chickens and pigs, and had supplements such as spices, flour, sugar, butter, canned milk and alcohol.
What is a swim call?
When the Navy does a swim call, they deploy several small boats around the swimming perimeter, clearing the water of any floating objects and keeping an eye out for sharks and sea snakes. It was amazing to be in a small boat a short distance from the carrier.