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North Scituate, Rhode Island, United States

North Scituate, Rhode Island, United States
New, never used, never written in. Minimal evidence of wear on F&B covers
Brand:Weems & Plath Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Weems & Plath Offshore Log. Unused Sailor's Log. Leatherette covers show very light wear.  The opening pages include:

Worksheet Guide
Compass Deviation
RDF Deviation
Distance Traveled
Weather Reference
Useful Radio Aids
A Guide to Plotting Position
Signalling Guide
Yacht Security
Metric Conversions
Commonly Used Courses

The rest of the log are the Worksheet & Passage Record on opposing pages as shown.   

Go Offshore!

Chevrolet Orlando (2011) first official pictures

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This is the face of Chevrolet's new Orlando, a seven-seat MPV which will take on the likes of Ford's S-Max and the Mazda 5. The Orlando is based on GM's Delta platform which has already given birth to the latest Vauxhall Astra, and of course, Chevrolet's own Cruze. Not this time.

Just one new Ferrari sold in Greece in 2012 – and it came to the UK!

Thu, 21 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Just one new Ferrari was sold in Greece in 2012 in the depths of Greece’s austerity, and it seems even that lone Ferrari came to the UK. None of which is particularly surprising considering the mess Greece has got in to since its tied itself to monster economies like Germany when it joined the Eurozone. There’s no doubt there are still plenty of gazillionaires in Greece, but how many of them would want to risk parading their wealth in a brand new Ferrari when Greece is in such a financial mess, more than one in four are out of work and soup kitchens are springing up as normal Greeks struggle to even feed themselves?

VW Polo facelift (2014) first official pictures

Tue, 28 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

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