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Sunday, September 12, 2010

No one is perfect

Least of all I.

Thanks to the person who reminded me that the picture of the ship on my "VS Dry Cargo voyage estimation pack" was infact a tanker vessel.

Not great - and I blame the person who designed the cover for me (a non shipping person). The mistake didnt actually register with me for a few weeks (I probably thought it was a gearless BC) after which time I promised myself I would get around to changing it. So after some prompting I have now changed the cover picture.

Thanks (I think) to Scotty my IT Geek (guru) for hire.


1 comment:

  1. Do you have any experience as or with demolition brokers? If so, what are your thoughts on this 'niche' market? - assuming it is in fact fair to call it niche at all. I work within shipping, but not as a broker of any kind - just thinking out loud that with the rapid expansion of the fleet, the incentive to scrap + volume of ships available to scrap will increase... could be good business for a young man ?