Three WorkBoat Questions Archive

Three WorkBoat Questions is an online feature where the editors of WorkBoat magazine ask three questions of various personalities around the WorkBoat industry. If you'd like to take part in these interviews, please send along your interest to any of our editors: David Krapf, Ken Hocke, or Bruce Buls. Thanks for watching!

Oct. 18, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Signet Maritime's J. Barry and Gayle Snyder 

Oct. 11, 2011: David Krapf interviews Chem Carriers' Frank Banta Jr. 

Sept. 22, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Breaux Brothers' Vic Breaux 

August 16, 2011: David Krapf interviews Great Lakes' Ron Rasmus 

August 11, 2011: Bruce Buls interviews Washington State Ferries' David Moseley 

August 9, 2011: Dave Krapf interviews Donjon Marine's Paul Deterding 

July 21, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Elliot Bay Design Group's Mike Walker 

July 14, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews OMSA's Jim Adams 

June 30, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews AET Offshore's Bill Merritt 

June 20, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews SCI's Winston Rice 

May 24, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Port of Morgan City's Jerry Hoffpauir (part of our Morgan City flood report)

May 2, 2011: Bruce Buls interviews Crowley Marine's Ed Schlueter 

April 7, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews InterMoor's David Cobb 

March 18, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Blessey Marine's Walter Blessey 

March 10, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Oceaneering International's Jerry Gauthier 

Feb. 28, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Signal International's Richard Marler 

Feb. 21, 2011: Dale DuPont interviews BB Riverboats' Capt. Alan Bernstein 

Feb. 18, 2011: Ken Hocke interviews Silver Ships' Jason Powers 

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