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Join me as I watch and learn from Spencer Phillips and Jimmy Eckroth how they dredge for gold in the Bering Sea near Nome Alaska. In this video I show their dredges and Jimmy videos his work on the sea floor. I also meet some "interesting" characters on the beach. This is part one of a two part series. Up next I will show how they clean up their concentrates and you'll see A LOT of gold! I would like to thank Spencer and Steve Phillips who invited me to visit with them in Nome Alaska and at their gold claims "Phillip's Gold Camp" on the Casadepaga river. For more information on the Phillips Gold Camp please visit here: http://bit.do/phillipsgoldcampinfo I would also like to thank Garrett Metal Detectors for their continued support of my video making and exploring hobby. Garrett Detecto...
Wanna see a bunch of gold? Watch this a amazing clean-up of gold concentrates that Spencer Phillips dredged from the Bering Sea near Nome, Alaska. Nuggets of gold and gold fines in abundance. I would like to thank Spencer and Steve Phillips who invited me to visit with them in Nome Alaska and at their gold claims "Phillip's Gold Camp" on the Casadepaga river. For more information on the Phillips Gold Camp please visit here: http://bit.do/phillipsgoldcampinfo I would also like to thank Garrett Metal Detectors for their continued support of my video making and exploring hobby. Garrett Detectors: http://bit.do/ChiggsChoiceMetalDetectors
I was sitting there watching TV last year, dumpy and stressed...my businesses were declining, I had not done much with my life other than pay bills and raise my family---but I got super-excited as I watched what was happening on the Bering Sea Gold show produced by the Discovery Channel. There were guys just standing under their boats right off the coast of Nome Alaska literally 'sucking up gold'. I had to go do that. I was a certified diver, I thought I was pretty sharp and I knew I could figure it out. Well, it was a lot more dangerous than I ever imagined and after losing everything I had (and almost my life), I finally ran our boat aground at the end of the season. The story is not over yet...
For the past month, the Gold Coast City Council have got this big sand dredge from Denmark to pump some life back into our beaches. The dredge reportedly costs $1 Million a week but it seems to be doing its job and in spectacular fashion, with the big sand hose shooting hundreds of tonnes of sand every hour! while being a spectacle many went to the beach to see. This technique is called "rainbowing" Want to learn more? Link: http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/council/mayor-calls-in-danish-barge-to-rainbow-tonnes-of-sand-off-gold-coast-beaches/news-story/703a092b22758cb8213821a3eeeec292 -Phantom 3 Advanced I was having some issue with connection and signal as the ships radar and communication equipment was interfering heavily with the drone's sensors and signal that's why the drone ...
Marine Dredging - Dredgers Creating Oceanic Gateways: Dredgers of various types and sizes revolutionized the whole concept of building ports. Dredgers turned out to be true workhorses of the oceans engaged in creating shipping channels, deepening the channels, maintaining them and creating new shores by dredging. Dredgers ensure safe passage of ships into ports and safe navigation on inland waters, rivers and oceans. Dredges perform a number important jobs including: digging and building channels, creating new ports and irrigation systems, provide mobility for men and goods, repair the costal defenses, raise the level of beaches, reclaim land for industry, housing and farming, extract ores, minerals and sand in the most economical manner, improve the environment by cleaning seabed and rive...
Trailing suction hopper dredgers can fill their own holds (hoppers) by sucking material from the seabed using a trailing suction head fitted to pipes that trail over the bed as the ship sails. Trailing suction hopper dredgers can operate independently of other equipment and are able to transport the dredged material over long distances. The material can then be deposited through hatches in the bottom of the ship or by rainbowing. It can also be pumped ashore through a pipeline for land reclamation.
See first hand what bottom dredging does to our seabeds. Scallop dredging in inshore waters damages the habitats where once juvenile fish flourished. The aims of COAST are simple, a healthy marine environment creates sustainable and profitable marine related businesses. COAST wants sustainable fishing methods which result in seas that can once again support not just a scallop and prawn fishery, but a diverse fishery for both commercial & recreational fishermen. But we need your support before it's too late. Visit www.arrancoast.com
Dredges are large, metal-framed baskets that are dragged across the seafloor to collect shellfish like oysters, clams and scallops. In order to lift the catch into the basket, metal teeth dig into the seafloor, which can significantly impact seafloor habitat and bottom-dwelling species. Dredging also results in high levels of bycatch. By restricting dredging areas, bycatch and damage to seafloor life can be reduced. Learn more: http://www.seafoodwatch.org/ocean-issues/fishing-and-farming-methods
The video offers a quick look at how scallops are harvested by Cape Cod's small boat fleet, featuring Captain Ryan Nolan, F/V Torsk, and Captain Tye Vecchione, F/V Bada Bing. Want to learn more? Check out our website: http://capecodfishermen.org/sea-scallop. Donate and support the work the Fishermen's Alliance does here: https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/CCCHFA/donation.html
This video is a complete "How to"on dredge set up and operation.It shows the ocean gold dredging off the coast of Nome Alaska,Where anyone can go and seek their fortune. I build and sell gold dredges,and have ten years experience doing it in Nome.I was fortunate to win four gold claims at this past years "once in a lifetime auction"of ocean gold leases.I know longer have to concern myself with someone "jumping my spot"
Senwatec "Dredge King" - compact working - boat with low draft - for dredging, cutter suction dredging and cleaning works - performance of the additional equipments up to 150 KW/204 HP possible - movement over land into water by itself - load on and load off from a trailer by itself - self loading of additionally tools by the boats outrigger (swivel range up to 350°)
GoPro footage of what it is like to dredge in fairly easy conditions; shallow (2-4 ft.) material, shallow water, and moderate current. When I move further out into the river the current will be much more powerful making everything more difficult.
This is the last gold cleanup that Spencer and Jimmy did from their Bering sea dredging operation while I was up in Alaska. If you look, you may see "Zeke" from the Bering Sea Gold show in the background. He was preparing his boat for the season. Of course, Spencer and Jimmy had been dredging for a month already by then...lol.
Watch Bering Sea Gold's AFTER THE DREDGE Friday, March 23, 2012 at 10PM e/p on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/bering-sea-gold/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | The Wild Ranger crew's reunion is anything but happy. Steve continues to push Scott Meisterheim's buttons, and owner Vern's accusations lead to an unexpected physical confrontation between him and Scott.
Ice class Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers TSHD 2000 Severnaya Dvina has been delivered to the Russian Port Agency FSUE “Rosmorport”. This vessel will maintain navigational depths and provide safe shipping in the Arkhangelsk Seaport basin and approaches. Damen tailored the TSHD 2000 design to meet the high specifications required to operate the vessels in the severe weather conditions of Russia’s northern region with air temperatures ranging from -30°C to +40°C. The Severnaya Dvina has a reinforced bow with ICE 1 notation so it can continue dredging in waters approaching freezing point and then relocate with icebreaker support. Fitted with a complete Damen Dredging Equipment dredge and instrumentation package the vessel is designed for efficient operation and ease of maintenance includi...
Watch Bering Sea Gold's AFTER THE DREDGE Friday, March 23, 2012 at 10PM e/p on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/bering-sea-gold/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | Zeke and Emily reveal how they feel about the relationship between them.
8th June 2011. Split Barge Corksand, IMO No. 8818958 - Discharging at sea. This ship literally splits in two to allow the dredge material to drop out of the ship's hold. This ship is being used together with sister ship Longsand and dredger Maricavor to complete the dredging operation on the river Tyne.