First sea trials
Hi - I posted an - incomplete - list here http://www.avsim.com/topic/459116-global-ai-ship-traffic-fsx-and-p3d-news-and-support/page-63Hi Henrik,
I love your wonderful boats and I love helicopter flying.
Please can you send me a list of all your ships with heli pads.
It does exist. Carl Vokes made a locator, where you can get all the routes into Google Earth and displayed with the ships serving each route. Also there are time tables with start and finish for each ship, so you at least can get an idea about when to search. You can download it here: http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=194728Henrik, you are a beast, man!
Really the only possible thing that could make this package better would be some handy documentation on where to find them and when. A Google Earth KMZ file would be spectacular, and a simple excel file on arrival and departure times. I would love that.
HiSmall bugreport on one of the routes.
There is a small NATO group (3 ships) sailing in to Saltfjorden south of Bodø. Where the French vessel sails right through the Canadian one
Also if possible could you set "green deck" on the French frigate by lowering the flight deck railings?
As far as I know, these are the AI ships packages.Henrik is there someplace where I can check to ensure that I have the latest version of this entire package?
My support thread on Avsim includes an always updated list and link to the most recent download: http://www.avsim.com/topic/459116-global-ai-ship-traffic-fsx-and-p3d-news-and-support/page-1Henrik is there someplace where I can check to ensure that I have the latest version of this entire package?
Hi Jean-Pierre, That looks good - I look forward to the finished model. Will you make her with the grey livery also? Did a quick search and found pictures from 2008. Is she still active? You say she capsized?Yes the best! This one is on my shipyard for your historical collection. Stephen B Roman, former Fort William.
I will also build a part of the interior. It is a special request of an office colleague; her father survive capsize the of the ship. I will illustrate the evacuation.
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Thanks for the link. There is a couple of dramatic stories there.The Fort William was red. The actual Stephen B Roman is grey and the bridge setting are different. I dont have planned the Roman version.
This is a bulk carrier with side loading. A bad operation in ballast management when loading doors where opened caused the accident in 1965. (http://www.boatnerd.com/pictures/fleet/roman.htm).
She is service. My colleague will go to Toronto soon to take pictures of the boat and accomodations crossed by her father when escaping.