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57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA

 
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
Ships carrying raw materials, waiting for the price to be right before they enter the harbor.
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I am an Able Bodied Seaman and I am posting this from a ship in the Gulf of Mexico. I can assure you that the number of ships at anchor at any one time have almost zero significance to anything of doom related value.
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Able bodied seaman?! wtf
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I used to be a seaman wiper no shit true story.
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
probably just training
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Yea... prob just more Russians, who are part of DHS, here to train and eventually kill us... No prob.
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
You can figure out what the ships are from the callsigns.

For example, your mouseover, 9HJC9

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Could be the Scientologists are getting into some shit out in the ocean. You know how those guys are.
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You can figure out what the ships are from the callsigns.

For example, your mouseover, 9HJC9

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Could be the Scientologists are getting into some shit out in the ocean. You know how those guys are.
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cruise
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA

I am an Able Bodied Seaman and I am posting this from a ship in the Gulf of Mexico. I can assure you that the number of ships at anchor at any one time have almost zero significance to anything of doom related value.
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Able bodied seaman?! wtf
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I used to be a seaman wiper no shit true story.
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What if you were a disabled body seeeman? Would that make you less qualified? jerkit
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The CG and MMD prepossessing discriminants against retards.
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Probably filled with oil.



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If a mega-sunami was coming, you would want to be deep, off the Continental shelf.
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My dad was a merchant marine. I know from his work that the last thing shipping companies want is for their vessels to be sitting still. They want to load it with cargo, then send it to its destination, where it is quickly unloaded and the whole process starts again. They don't make ANY money when a ship isn't moving.

So inbound ships sitting out past the continental shelf is probably a sign that they cannot proceed any further and have been instructed to wait. . There could be shipping channel issues (like the dredging mentioned above) or security issues.

Lets see if more and more of them keep stacking up out there. If none of them are coming into port, and ESPECIALLY if none are outbound, something's up.
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hmmm..watch..they are D.U,M,.B.S. PERSONAL..srry
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
My dad was a merchant marine. I know from his work that the last thing shipping companies want is for their vessels to be sitting still. They want to load it with cargo, then send it to its destination, where it is quickly unloaded and the whole process starts again. They don't make ANY money when a ship isn't moving.

So inbound ships sitting out past the continental shelf is probably a sign that they cannot proceed any further and have been instructed to wait. . There could be shipping channel issues (like the dredging mentioned above) or security issues.

Lets see if more and more of them keep stacking up out there. If none of them are coming into port, and ESPECIALLY if none are outbound, something's up.
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I agree something's up. I drive to the ocean most daily (live so close) and today I said to myself how strange so many ships out saw at least 5 huge and far out. Normally I'd see 2 at the very most. Anyway it was also strange bc the ocean was flat and our weather was somewhat stormy. But yes that is irrelevant! Long Island new york
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
If a mega-sunami was coming, you would want to be deep, off the Continental shelf.
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Yes.
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This 9HJC9 is not an oil ship, it's a huge civil transatlantic, so:
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WTF! I do not know what that is, but I will not dismiss this information, seems to be something relevant, the op said he uses this software for 5 years and have never seen such a thing, very strange.
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
My dad was a merchant marine. I know from his work that the last thing shipping companies want is for their vessels to be sitting still. They want to load it with cargo, then send it to its destination, where it is quickly unloaded and the whole process starts again. They don't make ANY money when a ship isn't moving.

So inbound ships sitting out past the continental shelf is probably a sign that they cannot proceed any further and have been instructed to wait. . There could be shipping channel issues (like the dredging mentioned above) or security issues.

Lets see if more and more of them keep stacking up out there. If none of them are coming into port, and ESPECIALLY if none are outbound, something's up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20904099


Not true. Lots of ships dont only ship the cargo, they are also the owner of the cargo. You see this a lot with raw materials like oil for example. The Port of Rotterdam on a standard day has dozens of oil tankers waiting just outside the harbor, some ships wait for weeks untill the price of oil is high enough to deliver it in the harbor.

A 1% change in price for a barrel of oil can mean millions of extra profit for a large tanker.
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My dad was a merchant marine. I know from his work that the last thing shipping companies want is for their vessels to be sitting still. They want to load it with cargo, then send it to its destination, where it is quickly unloaded and the whole process starts again. They don't make ANY money when a ship isn't moving.

So inbound ships sitting out past the continental shelf is probably a sign that they cannot proceed any further and have been instructed to wait. . There could be shipping channel issues (like the dredging mentioned above) or security issues.

Lets see if more and more of them keep stacking up out there. If none of them are coming into port, and ESPECIALLY if none are outbound, something's up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20904099


Not true. Lots of ships dont only ship the cargo, they are also the owner of the cargo. You see this a lot with raw materials like oil for example. The Port of Rotterdam on a standard day has dozens of oil tankers waiting just outside the harbor, some ships wait for weeks untill the price of oil is high enough to deliver it in the harbor.

A 1% change in price for a barrel of oil can mean millions of extra profit for a large tanker.
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I think our point is that it is strange to see and I saw it w my own eyes today. Ships out in the Atlantic off our coast are usually moving. Fishing for over 30 years and this I know is true
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
Ok folks..
Here's the deal. There does seem to be a glitch in the server where the ship info is coming from. The weather reports are coming from a few ships on the move instead of being anchored. But the older reports from some of those ships older locations while on the move are not being removed. Normally it's one ship giving one report one location at a time. Old ship locations are not being removed from the map!

Sorry for starting this thread. I should of dug further before posting this thread. But Like I said, I been using this program for 5 years and never had a problem. The problem is with the server where the ship info is coming from and it's a first glitch I ran into in 5 years.

A few members posted simple and to the point debunks without being rude which helped me looked into things a bit further. After all, we all want the truth and so do I, and I like to thank those members. Thanks

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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
I am an Able Bodied Seaman and I am posting this from a ship in the Gulf of Mexico. I can assure you that the number of ships at anchor at any one time have almost zero significance to anything of doom related value.
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yes, whatever. You have a low rank, I can tell.
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
Ok folks..
Here's the deal. There does seem to be a glitch in the server where the ship info is coming from. The weather reports are coming from a few ships on the move instead of being anchored. But the older reports from some of those ships older locations while on the move are not being removed. Normally it's one ship giving one report one location at a time. Old ship locations are not being removed from the map!

Sorry for starting this thread. I should of dug further before posting this thread. But Like I said, I been using this program for 5 years and never had a problem. The problem is with the server where the ship info is coming from and it's a first glitch I ran into in 5 years.

A few members posted simple and to the point debunks without being rude which helped me looked into things a bit further. After all, we all want the truth and so do I
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Bane ships with anchors!

5a
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That is how many loads of num num and toys it takes to keep us happy/spending
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
Ok folks..
Here's the deal. There does seem to be a glitch in the server where the ship info is coming from. The weather reports are coming from a few ships on the move instead of being anchored. But the older reports from some of those ships older locations while on the move are not being removed. Normally it's one ship giving one report one location at a time. Old ship locations are not being removed from the map!

Sorry for starting this thread. I should of dug further before posting this thread. But Like I said, I been using this program for 5 years and never had a problem. The problem is with the server where the ship info is coming from and it's a first glitch I ran into in 5 years.

A few members posted simple and to the point debunks without being rude which helped me looked into things a bit further. After all, we all want the truth and so do I
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Better safe than sorry. Plus, we love our doom!!!
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How can I listen to the ships


What frequency ? Long wave marine band?

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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
My dad was a merchant marine. I know from his work that the last thing shipping companies want is for their vessels to be sitting still. They want to load it with cargo, then send it to its destination, where it is quickly unloaded and the whole process starts again. They don't make ANY money when a ship isn't moving.

So inbound ships sitting out past the continental shelf is probably a sign that they cannot proceed any further and have been instructed to wait. . There could be shipping channel issues (like the dredging mentioned above) or security issues.

Lets see if more and more of them keep stacking up out there. If none of them are coming into port, and ESPECIALLY if none are outbound, something's up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20904099


Not true. Lots of ships dont only ship the cargo, they are also the owner of the cargo. You see this a lot with raw materials like oil for example. The Port of Rotterdam on a standard day has dozens of oil tankers waiting just outside the harbor, some ships wait for weeks untill the price of oil is high enough to deliver it in the harbor.

A 1% change in price for a barrel of oil can mean millions of extra profit for a large tanker.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18056906


I'm sure you're right, although much of the oil comes into the Gulf of Mexico, particularly in Texas and Louisiana. My dad worked for companies that used container ships, so that's my experience for the most part.
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Ships carrying raw materials, waiting for the price to be right before they enter the harbor.
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This


The Dutch are great merchants many Dutch ships up Chesapeake bay


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I just downloaded the app and its not showing those ships anchored.

Great app btw.
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The only two I found was unspecified and head toward a port in Maine.
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fleet week?
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Re: 57 ships Anchored off shore of NJ, MD/VA
I just downloaded the app and its not showing those ships anchored.

Great app btw.
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That info and tons of other weather info is payed info that's can also be added also into the app if you chose! Via [link to www.allisonhouse.com (secure)]
Maybe I should ask for my money back LMAO!

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Wanta


How can I listen to the ships


What frequency ? Long wave marine band?
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I just downloaded the app and its not showing those ships anchored.

Great app btw.
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That info and tons of other weather info is payed info that's can also be added also into the app if you chose! Via [link to www.allisonhouse.com (secure)]
Maybe I should ask for my money back LMAO!
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I am a captain for a petroleum tanker and I usually use Ship Finder when I'm on the beach to see where my boat is. This app is much more detailed. I'll be using it from now on. So thanks.

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