I tried printing this one last night with some success, but I'm not there just yet. The issue is the difference between the dynamic range of the film and paper. The film captures more range than the paper can show with a simple exposure on the enlarger, so we have decisions to make. In this case I printed so the ship would expose well, but you can see the sky has disappeared. I'll have to burn in that detail, which will take some experimentation because burning in the sky will also burn the rope and chains that are in the sky, darkening them unnaturally.
On the masthead image you can see the scanner caught the cloudless sky in one pass - it was frustratingly easy.
Ah well, the challenge of printing a very high contrast scene like this is educational. I think the best practice is to tone down that sky in the camera instead of in the darkroom, so there is a yellow filter on the way to help that along. Re-shooting the image will probably be easier than printing this negative, and this time I will bring the tripod.
This lens, by the way. Wow.