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Friday, July 3, 2009

The mystery of big ships and life at sea

"These tall and handsome ships, swaying imperceptibly on tranquil waters, these sturdy ships, with their inactive, nostalgic appearance, dont they say to us in speechless tongue: When do we cast off for happiness"

Charles Baudelaire 19th century French philospher/critic - his romantic views of the big ships and the dreams and mysteries that their exotic passage may entail! He hated staying at home and longer for the mysteries of the East. For many shipping people this attraction remains.

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