HHTel wrote:Well let's face it, the navy is not stretched in their duties.
Nereus wrote:First class report, Big Boy!
Did you happen to notice how many exit doors there are in either of the cabins?
Yes, front and rear of each cabin plus on either side, halfway down cattle class.
What about access to toilet's, where for sure some folk are going to puke?
Yes, one kiddie managed to puke on our short journey.
Business Class surprisingly only had one toilet, which I thought a bit sparse. Cattle Class had a couple of multiple toilets, male and female at the back of the cabin.
I looks to me like that vessel is strictly a sheltered water ferry. It does not appear to have any sort of draught to handle even choppy seas, let alone open ocean.
As I've said before, I think the aborted journey was for comfort, rather than safety. At no time did I think these seas are too heavy. However, trying to do the journey at speed would have been iffy,
You must surely be joking about them trying to fit the gangway the wrong way around? Is there a docking crew on the pier, or just the ferry crew?
I'm not joking. One end of the gangway has wheels, the other doesn't. Where the gangway goes on the boat are a couple of rollers. Anybody with half a brain could see that if you put the wheels on the dockside, the movement of the boat, combined with the onboard rollers would see the gangway roll away. Of course, the crew are Thai, so the couldn't see it.
No dedicated docking crew.
Anybody with half a brain could see that if you put the wheels on the dockside, the movement of the boat, combined with the onboard rollers would see the gangway roll away.
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