Here is another look back at the things that happenend in the past of this website, loads to look at!
The BRAtt was ontroduced…. a cute & cuddly tug!
The Boomtow Rat sang about why they don’t liked mondays, what’s not to like about mondays? Especially if there is another Flashback to get your week started right!
Here is the Flashback to week 20 of 2009.
The only thing we did in this week was looking at the Thialf, not the God but the SSCV, a monster of the sea.
Flashback week 18-2010
We skipped one week but here we are again with a flashback into the past of this site. Week 18 of 2010 is not the subject.
First the Flashback to the same week in 2009.
An ugly DSV which I have personally experienced: the Noordhoek Singapore.
A non-ugly but unwanted cargo ship: the Savannah.
And that’s it!
And here we are again with the international monday morning happening, the world stops for this. (I trust, why would I otherwise be doing this).
The SuRi was updated and that turned out to be not for the best.
KM Ekroplan, difficult name, hightech flying boat of some sorts.
The Kommuna was also updated.
Ugly offshore-thingy: Caballo Azteca.
Very daunting: HMS Dauntless (D33).
And here we are again with our weekly flashback….while I’m on a course you can enjoy the links to the past.
Starting with Flashback to week 12 of 2009.
The Helix Producer I mainly produces a lot of ugly sightings.
HMS Northway showed us the floating ugliness of the past.
Something about a donut & the Everlast.
Warships sometimes do have silly names, who comes up with these?
A rock-throwing Monster: Simon Stevin.
Dredger, but then good looking: Lough Foyle.
And here we go again, it’s monday: it’s Flashback time………….
Here is the Flashback to week 10 of 2009.
The Tredegar Hall & Co. were pretty innovative for their time but still very ugly in our time!
A Cattle Carrier meets another Cattle Carrier: Almawashi.
Hello again! Welcome to our (supposed to be) weekly thingy. Now looking at week o-9 of ’10.
Which started with the Flashback to week 09 of 2009.
Followed by the USS Independence (LCS-2).
Then the Cromarty Rose.
The Pride of Calais came next.
And finishing with the Maersk Searcher.