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Planning your Honeymoon in Krabi

Planning your honeymoon can be a difficult process; deciding where you wish to go, what your budget is, what you are going to do and where you are going to stay. 458 more words

Ferry From Krabi To Phi Phi

All New Ferry Tales

So we will have a ferry this year.

It will be another catamaran like the one that was too expensive to operate. It will not carry trucks (Portland doesn’t want trucks, so there). 126 more words

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UPDATE: New ferry to sail between Vancouver and Victoria delayed

UPDATE: A passenger ferry service that’s set to connect Vancouver and Victoria won’t be setting sail until next spring — at the earliest.

The new Clipper was supposed to begin travelling between the two harbours in the next couple of months, but now the Seattle-based company is delaying the launch while it searches for the right vessel to handle the challenging conditions in the Salish Sea.  237 more words

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This Isn't Funny Anymore

Click this link for the latest in the Nova Star debacle.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-star-seizure-1.3298863

Oh Well.

So what’s new?

Nova Star has not paid all of its debts. 205 more words

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Ocracoke reopens, ferry service restored

By Peter Vankevich

Wednesday was a breaking news day on Ocracoke culminating with an announcement that Ocracoke would be open for visitors today.

Islanders awoke to sun and little wind yesterday and many looked out their windows and saw grass for the first time since last Friday when the island quickly flooded resulting in a mandatory evacuation order that had gone into effect at 3 p.m. 390 more words

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Ferry Tales #113

OH GOODY

The provincial government “is committed to no discontinuance of the ferry service” between Yarmouth and Maine. Hang the cost. Nova Scotia’s taxpayers have deep pockets and besides, you can’t buy votes on the cheap. 306 more words

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Our Maritime Heritage

Just when the weather turns warm and visions of sugared tourists are dancing in our heads comes more on our maritime embarrassments. The Bluenose, the money drain and symbol of maritime boat building and design skills has developed more steering problems. 434 more words

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