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  1. DAVID RYE says:

    Warm congractulations on your first millon – onwards and upwards to the next!
    Thank you David.

  2. DAVID RYE says:

    A smaller version of a THAMES SAILING BARGE, good luck with your project Eric.

  3. Bill Cumming says:

    Hearty congratulations on producing this interesting & useful ‘site.

    You might like to include a review of the book “GONE”? It is the story of R&J Craig and the first 4-masted merchant ship (sv County of Peebles) published by Brown Son & Ferguson, Glasgow.

    Keep up the good work.

    ‘Bill’ Cumming
    (Marine Historian & Author)

  4. Captain David Bowley says:

    Does anyone know if the tug and barge carrying the hull of the 1864 Clipper ship “City of Adelaide” has reached the Port of Dordrecht (South of Rotterdam) after being renamed at Greenwich recently by HRH Prince Philip
    Also does anyone know the name of the ‘Heavy Lift’ ship onto which the hull and cradle (total 550 tonnes) will be loaded in early December.
    Many thanks,
    Cap’n Dave

  5. I see not much activity on here since Oct.2013. I wish to bring to everyones attention as of April 16 2015 the iconic 88 year old riverboat THE DELTA QUEEN. Currently in Houma LA for one years worth of several million dollars renovations with the hopes of getting her cruising again in 2016 hoping for passage of the Senate bill granting her extention. They have a great website under Delta Queen Steamboat Co Chatanooga Tenn on facebook with a fabulous fundraiser on INDIEGOGO Check it out an lets get this wonderful old riverboat the chance to be where she belongs cruising again as she did for so many years as a passenger overnight boat on the rivers, Full Steam Ahead. Thanks for reading an excuse spelling.

  6. Alan Myers says:

    Captain David Bowley

    Please contact me regarding my father & HMS Curacoa

  7. Chris Roche says:

    you may like to know that the historic small boat collection that was once in Exeter and is now partly at Eyemouth Scotland had been put up for auction in its entirety or as one lot. A national travesty for the UK in particular and worth investigating.

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