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5 hours ago, Host Clarea said:

 

From what I've read, only the attack subs can keep up with a carrier wide open.

Agree, that's the consensus. Brother In Law and Sister In Law retired Navy. Both were on and/or part of Carrier Groups. Was lucky over the yrs they got me on multiple ships, was a real treat...

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Some of the cancellations don't appear to be going too well. Not sure why RCCL are deducting cancellation fees when they cancelled. This person isn't too happy. I get that the offer currently is generous don't get me wrong but maybe a few tweaks required. 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Looks like on marine traffic that there is some new tug action around Oasis. 

Edited by OACAggie

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5 minutes ago, OACAggie said:

Looks like on marine traffic that there is some new tug action by Oasis. 

 

I think the tug Captains are bored and are just moving to keep the sun out of their eyes.

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Posted (edited)

Agree with scooby1, looks like some movement occurred.  Otherwise website ghosts...

 

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Edited by willde

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It certainly is moving.

...yes, watching a ship creep forward on a website is better than getting any work done today!!

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Posted (edited)
3 minutes ago, OACAggie said:

It certainly is moving.

...yes, watching a ship creep forward on a website is better than getting any work done today!!

Yes it is.   It's showing 0 knots but it has definitely moved forward.

Edited by BND

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2 minutes ago, BND said:

Yes it is.   It's showing 0 knots but it has definitely moved forward.

I'm seeing 0.1 knots

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Just now, jdjaguar said:

I'm seeing 0.1 knots

And now, 0.3.  It was 0.

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10 minutes ago, BND said:

Of course, you realize that photo isn't real time, right?  I'm not even sure what ship that is.

nope I did not realize that oops

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2 minutes ago, BND said:

And now, 0.3.  It was 0.

its gonna be a long trip to Spain at this pace. <jk>

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2 minutes ago, CarnivalCruiser32 said:

so it seems to be moving but where is it going? are they going to tug it all the way to Spain? 

Unless they have any functional azipods, towing would be the only option.

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41 minutes ago, Captain Billy Bob said:

https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/centerx:-78.759/centery:26.528/zoom:18

Looks like they have moved it out of the cofferdam.

 

Let's hope it is moving and heading to Spain on its own power to get repaired.  We have a June 2nd sailing and praying they didn't find damage that will take months to repair. 

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