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 on: Today at 11:18:35 am 
Started by build - Last post by davidships
Thanks "Build" for your willingness to consider ideas for improvement/change.  I endorse your request that specific threads are opened (or revived if already discussed in the recent past).

We know that there can be differing views amongst the members about some issues, so it is important that sufficient time is allowed for comment - and for Admin colleagues to consider any effects on their voluntary responsibilities. However it would be useful for IT to indicate whether the specific suggestions are technically feasible or not.

There may well also be suggestions that could already be implemented by Admin without the need for IT changes.  Those too are always welcome. 

To help keep a good focus, please give a new thread a specific title, and please do not group unrelated suggestions into a single thread. 

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 on: Yesterday at 11:51:56 pm 
Started by build - Last post by coasterwatcher
Shipspotting.com is primarily an English speaking website. I'm not sure what your trying to put across but regardless of translation I think that you would get far more response if your post was in English.

The language is, in fact, "pretend" Latin inasmuch as it contains some Latin words, a few non-Latin words, and makes no grammatical sense whatsoever. These paragraphs are, for some strange reason, popular with web designers. I cannot imagine why they want to bastardise a fine language in such a way.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:52:12 pm 
Started by Tony1 - Last post by Tony1
Does anyone know when and what time the new Virgin cruise ship is scheduled to depart from Liverpool?

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 on: Yesterday at 05:40:13 pm 
Started by build - Last post by build
If you have any ideas / requests or know others on the site who have certain requests / ideas please post them on a new thread and send me the link. We will review them and see what we can implement. Thanks!

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 on: Yesterday at 05:38:10 pm 
Started by build - Last post by build
Hi, the text above is just dummy "junk" text that we are testing. We are working on releasing a newly designed site soon (hopefully within the next month or so). Please ignore any posts that have the words "SAMPLE" OR "TEST" OR "WEBSITE REDESIGN". Those are just our designers working on or testing certain things on the existing site.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:37:01 pm 
Started by build - Last post by goodbros
Man I would love a cruise, this one looks a tad cramped though.

The new virgin cruiser looks amazing ' The Scarlet Lady'

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 on: Yesterday at 05:15:46 pm 
Started by build - Last post by canberra97
Shipspotting.com is primarily an English speaking website. I'm not sure what your trying to put across but regardless of translation I think that you would get far more response if your post was in English.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:14:08 pm 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by Allan RO
British Nimbus now Maersk Nimbus  -   rest of 'cloud' class to follow

Allan

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 on: February 21, 2020, 07:40:02 pm 
Started by Brent - Last post by Brent
End of the line for Kweilin, she is bound for a breakers yard and Kwangsi to follow next month. Replacement Mount Cameron is down for 3-4 trips and is owned by Mandarin Shipping Hong Kong, which Swire reportedly has an interest in. There are six of these CV Neptune 1700 class ships operated by Mandarin, with the latest Swire "Chief" vessels also sisters. They follow the larger "S" (Shansi, Sinagtan etc.) class from the Zhejiang Ouhua shipyard that are probably versions as well. The Ouhua shipyard doesn't seem to have built anything more since early 2018, wonder if anyone knows whether has now been closed.

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 on: February 21, 2020, 03:56:27 pm 
Started by build - Last post by build
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