Wednesday 13th December

The Maersk Edirne had made it to the Port Said Anchorage last night, just before 9pm, allowing it to  drop anchor for a few hours.  Then at just before 11.30pm it was off again, towards the Suez Canal stretch of the journey. Wikipedia has some fascinating facts about the Canal: As of July 2015, the…

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Tuesday 12th December

Slightly worrying yesterday when Marine Traffic’s notification emails kept popping up saying “ship is out of range”.  And huge sighs of relief when it came back into range moments later.   Deep down you know all is well but it doesn’t stop that initial moment of panic!   Getting close to the Suez Canal today, as the above…

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Monday 11th December

Welcome to the start of another week!  A week that saw snow in the majority of the UK so here’s hoping you are all safe and warm.   We did a panic food shop.  Twice.   And haven’t seen a single flake of the white stuff so far so whilst everybody else was out and about building…

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Tracking the cars!

  It is now possible for us to track the ship with the majority of the cars!  Isn’t technology amazing? The website is here if you want to do the same:  Marine Traffic The name of the container ship is MAERSK EDIRNE and if you put that in the search bar you can track it as…

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And the cars are off!

We have had confirmation from Autobox that all of our cars are now loaded into the containers and are just waiting to be loaded onto the ship in early December.  They will spend the next eight weeks making their way by sea to Vietnam.   They will be unloaded there by the same company, and we…

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