Monthly Archives: November 2014

Restoration Underway For The Nathaniel Bowditch

I greatly appreciate all the hard work going into the repair and restoration of a great Old Sailing Ship. The Nathaniel Bowditch was badly in need of some repairs, looking at the pictures I would say that they could not … Continue reading

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Innovation Turns to Desperation

Horizon Lines looks like it is sinking fast, and industry experts say it likely has two choices: sell off some of its trade lines, or perish. The company, which has major markets in Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico, has been … Continue reading

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Leimba The Oldest Steam Ship Still Operating

Recently, the BBC published an article titled WW1: The indestructible warship. The article refers to the Graf Goetzen. Calling her the “indestructible warship” seems to be a bit of an exaggeration. As warships go, she was not very impressive and … Continue reading

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Haunted Ship For Real?

I wonder about the paranormal sometimes but this story will give you goosebumps, read on. The LNG Taurus was one of a series of ten Moss-Rosenberg type 125,000 cubic meter Liquefied Natural Gas ships (LNG) ships built by General Dynamics … Continue reading

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