The ship tracking was fun, you have a schedule and can follow bits of the route.
it is the next step after that is crazy making, trying to figure when the car will pass customs, PDI and finally get a truck.
My car is is some limbo between Davisville RI and the midwest. The ship docked and unloaded Oct 19,
I got a few pieces of vague info from Porsche North America ,PCNA but no firm dates for arrival.
I think PCNA have not contracted for quite enough trucks, or there are other complications that I'm not aware of.
I was hoping to have it this weekend for trip I'm taking east. (oh well the Audi will work just fine)
Its been 57 days since I dropped the car off.
Oh boy!! Here we go again!!!I've lost all my boats!!!
Note that I've found Vessel Finder: ( VesselFinder : Free AIS Ship Tracking of Marine Traffic ) is finding my boats a little better after they're out of range of Marine Trafffic: ( Live Ships Map - AIS - Vessel Traffic and Positions - AIS Marine Traffic ) though right now both the ones I'm trying to track are pretty spotty. One seems to have headed off in the wrong direction in the North Sea and the other seems to be just chillin' off Halifax with no updates (and missing entirely from Marine Traffic.
This is all for the Waiter's Club though. For the purposes of this thread, just know that this obsession can make you lose your mind... but it IS some good fun while waiting.