- 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
All regards to "huijsing2" Old dutch coaster, there have been a lot this "little"ships all over the seas. Nowadays they are historie, but remainds us at old times.
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Ducth coastal tanker Stella Maris at sea late sixties.
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This is a presentation on my research on analyzing the viability of coastal shipping for automotive distribution in India.
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Union Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Wednesday said coastal shipping being encouraged under the Sagarmala project would help reduce logistics cost incurred by steel and other major industries drastically. He was speaking after flagging off the first consignment of 10,000 tonne of products of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) from the Visakhapatnam Port by coastal shipping. RINL has entered into a ₹75-crore agreement to transport its products by coastal shipping for a year to its stockyards in Mumbai, Kochi, and Ahmedabad as a pilot project through Shreya Shipping and Logistics and Srivalli Shipping and Transport. The maiden consignment was sent by the general cargo vessel, SSL Sabarimalai. Terming the shipment of RINL products by coastal shipping as a momentous occasion,...