I wonder if this beer is similar to the Granville Island Brewery's Winter Ale... I bet it tastes good ;D
adventure does for the soul what education does for the mind. North Van->New Zealand->Japan-->Kootenays #jordanskisandexplores Flickr | Instagram ------------------------------------------------------------
So, that's where our snow is falling! Flensburg is stealing the white stuff from us!! ;D Hopefully, Whistler will get its postcard perfect snow in time for the Games. At least figure skating, hockey, and speed skating will go on (as long as the Zamboni fleet are working).
Inside, Janek's ship has her bow piece minus a few fillers.
PRINCESS MARGUERITE, OLYMPICS, PUGET SOUND, EARLY 1970S
:)the FSG site is slick and glitzy, but I have seen alot of glitz in my marine and planning life, and glitz does not often translate into the best situation for domestic local needs, and are often the more expensive route. If slick computer graphics could solve every thing in our local economy we could wallpaper Active pass, and solve everything, and everybody here in BC could have happy jobs at the golden arches! :)mrdot.
Post by herrbrinkmann on Jun 23, 2011 21:26:01 GMT -8
... your are so fast- I just wanted to announce the relaunch of our hompage. I have to thank you some of you, that sent me pictures of the Coastals and the NorEx which are used on the site. Try to find them...
Add bow doors and we could have a replacement for the Nanaimo and Burnaby!
Don't tempt Bcferries, they may already be looking at it. It seems to look more like a millionaires yacht then a vehicle carrying ferry. I did also notice the NorEx is listed as a design class of ferry. I wonder if FSG has a license to be able to build the same identical design for another customer who wasn't BCFerries.
Last Edit: Jun 24, 2011 11:39:27 GMT -8 by Mill Bay
The Day Ferry concept looks cool. Maybe something a little smaller than that would be a good design for The Northern Discovery. BCF wouldn't need a 230 auto capacity for the Discovery Coast Passage route, but the passenger cabin might need to be around the same size, or perhaps a little bigger if you include cabins, which would be good for Route 40. It might need a bow visor, like NOREX, or maybe not, if they operate it more like NORAD. I don't know - kind of interesting. Personally, I don't see BCF jumping all over this design, but you never know.