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28 March 2017; The blog is still in Dry dock.

Dear Readers,

My apologies but from a “few days” of the blog being down, it has now gone to more than a week.

The Holland America Line Community Blog site/layout was supposed to  migrate to a new location. All was to be accomplished in a few days but it seems that there is a hiccup somewhere.  Because of this migration I was asked to refrain from making my daily posts. When it has been migrated, then life is supposed to continue as normal.

Cyberspace is beyond my understanding so I just have to wait until the computer gurus have seen the light, or whatever they have to see, to make the migration successful.

I have just transferred from the Zuiderdam to the Westerdam and the plan is to facilitate a school class here for six new navigators. The ship is scheduled to be in Fort Lauderdale on the 30th. of March and I am keeping my fingers crossed that the blog issues will have been resolved by then.

Best regards

Capt. Albert

Watching approx. 18,000 guests & Crew going ashore in Grand Cayman.

 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. No worries, Capt.Albert! The quality of your posts is worth the wait….and we all know, don’t we, that no drydock has ever gone 100% as planned !! Never…
    Are you staying on board for the crossing to europe/drydock yard ? You’d have a pretty captive audience to carry on with refresher courses !!
    cheeers & thanks for your continued efforts.

  2. Hendrik Woldhuis

    March 29, 2017 at 1:29 pm

    Dank voor deze “update”. Ik was al bang dat mijn pc niet meer goed functioneerde.
    M.vr.gr. H.Woldhuis,

  3. I hope your blog returns soon. It must be a large hiccup….
    I also hope the Westerdam’s crossing was as smooth as the Koningsdam’s crossing.

  4. Must have outsourced the “update” to those techies overseas!

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