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Post by The Dieselduck »

There is allot of new board members (Welcome!) but very few new topics.

Please, don't be shy, its easy to post comments, statements, pictures, documents and questions. That's why were all here... well at least I am. So I hope you feel welcomed, and are not planning on being silent for too long. :D

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yes, post away.
Don't be shy, we are not here to judge what you know but to hopefully share our experiences to make other engineer's aware or to help those starting out.
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Hi all..

I have been reading these posts since long....

I am a used ship machinery supplier from India.. and believe me it helps a lot to pre check the used units before sending it on the ships....

Thank you guys....
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My, my, I never ever would have believed engineers were so darn shy!
The problem Martin, is we don't serve beer here. Man, we'd see some boats fixed then!
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Its the time of year, really it is. Every year, at this time traffic drops like a rock about 20%. I don't blame them, I rather be outside, camping and swimming out with the kids. But i'm still at work... for another big week. It will pick up around Mid September.
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