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this week in the Herald, I talk about the quiet end to Maersk lines short lived MMX Service, Congestion problems in the uk caused in part by software, the shelved merger of Horizon Maritime and their new ship, plus some other updates.
4000TEU Boats are getting scrapped at a fast rate – with 52 heading for the heap in the last 30 days.
Kracken Robotics, produced imagery of 2 sunken submarines and a ship off Rhode Island to bolster work for their protection.
4.North Korea’s hidden Ships
from the Wall Street Journal – how North Korea uses a fleet of ships to fund the regime.
5.Brett Ruskin gets wet
CBC Reporter goes through sea survival training.
1.cats getting in the way.
A survey report for the 1853 brig Seneca, built at Prince Edward Island. Where are the animals? Take a closer look! Pawprints and stains (they are what you think) show at some point a mischievous cat walked across the report! #exploreyourarchive #AnimalArchives #ProjectUndaunted pic.twitter.com/50MO8mmION
— LRF Heritage & Education Centre (@LR_InfoCentre) November 23, 2018
Nov 27, 1770 – Horatio Nelson entered the Royal Navy as a midshipman in HMS Raisonnable.
Nov 25, 1944 – HMCS Shawinigan was torpedoed in the. 90 lost
Nov 23, 1809 – Famed pirate Edward Jordan hanged at Freshwater Bridge, in Point Pleasant Park. His skeleton remained hanging for years after
Nov 22, 1718 – Captain Edward Teach, AKA ‘Blackbeard’ is killed by Lt. Maynard, R.N. off the coast of Virginia.
Nov 22, 1957 – the first ship passes through the Iroquois Lock at Cornwall, as the newSeaway opens for traffic