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  1. grahme
    14-06-20 11:07 AM
    grahme
    Dierk. Grahme here at grahmebr@bigpond.com. Drop me a line Regards
  2. Leslie Spurling
    16-05-20 11:11 AM
    Leslie Spurling
    Hi Dierk, I have added ANDREAS BOYE (5016626) with the photograph wrongly posted to ANDREAS BOYE (7803229) - grateful if you would remove photograph from that IMO Number. Hope all is well, Leslie
  3. Leslie Spurling
    07-05-20 06:45 PM
    Leslie Spurling
    Good Evening Dierk - hope all is well today. I have noticed that dear old Rick has posted a wrong photograph to a ship in 2014! The UNION STAR (IMO No. 5131206) has a photograph of the NORDICA STAR (5201283) at sea as being UNION STAR. R.I.P. Rick
  4. balhamboeing
    24-03-20 08:51 PM
    balhamboeing
    Hello there Dierk, I hope that you are well at this difficult time. I have a question. I am compiling a database of ships confirmed seen in exmouth docks, how could I make an appeal for information? Where would I be able to post it? Thanks in advance. Aaron
  5. Leslie Spurling
    19-02-20 03:08 PM
    Leslie Spurling
    Dierk, Thanks for cleaning up the CHARGER posting, but the demolition dates on the Miramar site are wrong. I know they are a bunch of enthusiastic amateurs whom I am not criticising, but this time, they are in error. Right, let's tidy up some more records!
  6. haroship
    17-02-20 08:23 AM
    haroship
    Hallo Dierk,
    hast Du den Londoner abgestellt und Zeit fürs Hobby?
    Es war ja 'wettermäßig' eine schlechte Zeit bei Euch im Norden.
    Hoffe, ihr seid wieder alle gesundheitlich auf dem Damm.

    LG aus der Pfalz
    Hans
  7. canalsider
    10-07-19 05:39 PM
    canalsider
    Hi again Dierk, I fully understand that it is now very difficult to operate this site on the sole basis of old coasters, most of which no longer exist. Unfortunately, I am of the opinion that this is no longer possible. It is therefore with regret that I now wish to be totally removed from the membership.
    I wish you well in all you do. Best regards. Bill (Canalsider).
  8. canalsider
    31-01-19 07:53 AM
    canalsider
    Dierk, Good morning. Recently it has been good to see an increasing number of vessels and photographs featured every day. However, I am aware of a trend to post modern coasters and river/sea coasters more and more. This is not "Coasters Remembered" and is not in keeping with the background of this site. Today for example there were quite a few vessels featured but only one - Tasmanie- actually qualifies as a "Coaster Remembered". It is probably that the older generation of seafarers who served in and loved these magnificent old vessels is slowly dying off. The younger chaps seem to think there is something wonderful about the new coaster but to me and others like me they are ghastly box like things with no character whatever and the same goes for the ridiculous flat boxes with wheelhouses rising out of the hull on a square piece of metal.
    Regretfully if this trend continues I will no longer take pleasure in following the site.
  9. canalsider
    18-07-18 03:58 PM
    canalsider
    Dierk, I have just had a message from Wordpress (using my username - canalsider) and informing me that my account has been compromised. Is this part of your setup? I never heard of them.
  10. Leslie Spurling
    23-11-17 07:59 PM
    Leslie Spurling
    Dierk

    Have looked long and hard at the photograph and the best that I can come up with is in the 1962 Lloyd’s Register:


    INGA HALSKOV (ex Tora-60, ex Henderika) Built at Delfzijl in 1909 143 gross tons, P/R Hundested, O/S Svend A. Gudmandsen. She was previously a small tanker and was converted in 1957 to a general cargo ship (and may have been a sand sucker thereafter).

    Maybe the same vessel?



    Leslie

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