I’d like to wish you all to:
Have great trips with fair winds and a following sea,
Keep the wet side down,
And may all your landfalls be expected!
Bon Voyage for the whole of 2014.
& Keep hunting for Ugly Ships! ;-D
A true Monster of the Seas, more info here.
An artists impression of the finished product:
Build: 1972 by Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Company – Chester, Pennsylvania in US of A, nr 657
Really, there shouldn’t be anything ugly about this ship. When built in 1972, she was the largest US-flagged vessel ever constructed, (more…)
I have gone offshore again….this time only for a week. But as I have no idea yet about times, schedules or even internet availability etc expect new post about ugly ships to appear a bit irregular or maybe even not at all…..but No Worries: it’s only for a week!
All the best, have fun!
IMO : 8513675
Build : 1985 by ??
This little vessel is an oceanographic research vessel from the (more…)
I’m back from the Grand Banks, haven’t done a George Clooney on you (hint: The Perfect Storm) and I will start to give some attention to this little site. Unfortunately things at Ugly Ships-central will quit be busy for the coming time…….so I’ll try to do a daily update but when that doesn’t happen: please don’t be afraid!! There will be more coming, just not at the moment you thought to expect it!
So see you around!!
Due to some busy times here at Uglyships-central the posting of new discoveries has been a bit irregular, this will unfortunately continue for a little while. Also the fact that I have a last-minute kinda-urgent Offshore-job in Canadian waters (courtesy of my new employer) doesn’t help the regular update process here.
So please hang in there, or here, come back now & then and I promise that as soon as I got a bit of time on my hands AND a decent internet-connection I will be posting again.
Don’t hold your breath though!!
Thanks for the patience, understanding etc etc and I’ll be back asap…….