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 on: September 28, 2020, 04:49:46 pm 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by Angelgreat
Here is the link to the Video from Channel 7 tonight here in Australia.
https://twitter.com/7NewsBrisbane/status/1310507431751872517

Now I'm worried that Empress and Majesty will join their sisters in Aliaga.

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 on: September 28, 2020, 04:48:49 pm 
Started by Fatih Takmaklı - Last post by Angelgreat
I'd take the news on the Boudicca & Black Watch being accomodation vessels with a massive pinch of salt - it looks to me like a smokescreen until they hit the beach but time will tell.

We just have to wait and see.

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 on: September 28, 2020, 04:46:49 pm 
Started by Fatih Takmaklı - Last post by Richard Paton
I'd take the news on the Boudicca & Black Watch being accomodation vessels with a massive pinch of salt - it looks to me like a smokescreen until they hit the beach but time will tell.

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 on: September 28, 2020, 09:21:38 am 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by Nick Smith
Here is the link to the Video from Channel 7 tonight here in Australia.
https://twitter.com/7NewsBrisbane/status/1310507431751872517

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 on: September 28, 2020, 07:05:51 am 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by rd77
Hey Nick, nice find indeed! Do keep us posted.

Best,
Ralph

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 on: September 28, 2020, 02:36:12 am 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by Nick Smith
This will be on Channel 7 tonight here in Australia. I will post the rest when it has been on.
https://twitter.com/7NewsBrisbane/status/1310406373713145857

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 on: September 27, 2020, 08:14:15 am 
Started by Russell Judge - Last post by Cedric Hacke
As a Belgian member I can clarify that there are a lot of problems with drugs in and around the harbour. Police are having a big crackdown so that might be part of the issue. There was a big media frenzy this summer after multiple grenades were exploded in front of the holes of key port workers such as planners for container companies.

I live near the coast (quite some distance from Antwerp) and have never been shipspotting there myself. I have never been stopped taking pictures in Oostende or Zeebrugge but then again I always shoot from public areas and never go in “port zones” (havengebied) to take pictures. I know Zeebrugge requires a permit for accessing port areas and another one for taking pictures there. Antwerp probably has similar rules due to the drug problems. As far as I know, there should not be any problems if you take pictures from public areas.

Kind regards
Cedric

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 on: September 26, 2020, 02:03:05 pm 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by rd77
Thanks Canberra97 and Krispen for bringing some facts and common sense to this thread. Badly needed. The recent scrappings of cruise ships have brought out a whole bunch of new "ship enthusiasts" who all don't seem to have a single clue about how the cruise business, shipowning/management and ship scrapping businesses work.

No ships are going to be saved, certainly not once they are on the beach. Please save up your pennies and make a pilgrimage to the SS ROTTERDAM, which was (luckily) saved at the expense of EUR 240 million of the Dutch taxpayers' money. That amount alone should tell anyone why all these ideas of saving early 90s cruise ships with no balconies, small cabins and little to no historic appeal will not work.

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 on: September 26, 2020, 12:46:25 pm 
Started by dirk septer - Last post by smithy166
Interesting the same virus that caused their early demise is also prolonging it - There's apparently an oxygen shortage at a number of yards due to COVID which is slowing down demolition work.

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 on: September 25, 2020, 11:37:41 pm 
Started by Simon Brown - Last post by Stephen Chester

It appears that MSC are consolidating the Capricorn and New Kiwi Express Services into the one service.
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It looks like the new schedule will be Auckland-Wellington-Nelson-Bluff-Lyttelton-Napier-Tauranga.  The first vessel on the new schedule will be MSC Alabama due Auckland 15 October.

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