Monthly Archives: June 2016

A fine example

The following from our friends at gCaptain.   This has a few raised eyebrows in the maritime world. Allatsea, it has to be said, looks on in awe at such determination to cock things up so spectacularly. Bravo chaps, bravo. … Continue reading

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Touched his toes and wrote some prose

Some stuff ‘wott I ritt’ earlier today. Crush the corn, make some soup, Catch a train, to Guadalupe. Short speaker cable, cabinet stand, boutique amplifier, Cost less than a grand. Pens and pencils, guns and bums, hot roast potatoes, yum … Continue reading

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Lumix at sea

Some pictures from the last few days. A big boat with a big module on it, all the way from Korea, not getting lost and turning up on time, intact, in the right place after a six week voyage…….without moaning. … Continue reading

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West of Shetland

It’s a record they say. Thirty thousand tonnes of modules, 6 lifts, 5 days, West of Shetland. Blimey, history being made and old allatsea was there to see it. Gawd bless. Tis, true. The weather Gods were very very very … Continue reading

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From the Atlantic Frontier

Fings ain’t what they used to be and no mistake guvnor. Young container ships going off to the great boatyard in the sky and freight rates at laughably low levels. Who’d be a shipowner eh? Worse, who’d be a sailor? … Continue reading

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