- published: 15 Feb 2014
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A documentary about the work and life aboard the old coaster "Carrick" as she plies the waters of the North Sea and the English Channel trading to the ports of Southern England and the Near Continent. Of particular interest is her passage into the port of Exmouth, Devon, which has since passed into history and been replaced with new housing development. The "Carrick" is also history having been scrapped at Sittingbourne, Kent, in 1988, a few years after this documentary was made. For further information about the vessel see: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1422782
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Part 5 of complete video of Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry's 8th International conference on Ports and Shipping. The conference covered international and Indian experiences in the maritime industry. In this video: Part 2 of session on promoting coastal shipping and inland waterways.
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