Normally the shipping lanes funnel these ships so that if you are holidaying on the Caloundra beaches on the Sunshine Coast you get a good view as they go past. The car carriers are really prominent due to their side-on profile with the big boxy shape high above the water line. I'd hate to be driving one of these in a big cross-wind. (and yes, I know you don't drive ships. But this is a car forum right ??? And we've all driven mini-buses in cross-winds and hated that.....)I'll wave to the ship and your polestar 2 as it passes Gladstone harbour.
Keep an eye on CEVA for your vin over the next few days as they clear Port Kembla. Polestar so far only unload at PK.I noticed the Viking Passama is on the way to Melbourne ... wonder what the chance is my car is on that?!
I'm thinking somewhere between Buckleys and none.
Thanks for that - I was going to ask this questionKeep an eye on CEVA for your vin over the next few days as they clear Port Kembla. Polestar so far only unload at PK.
Unfortunately my satellite subscription only lasts until the end of August ... so those ships will only be trackable when they are in WiFi range.
My BMWs took the cape of good hope route and that took a while, one of them even got stuck for 10 days off the coast of Morocco, never did learn what that was aboutwith my Audis the wait (and lack of info) was excruciating as they shipped from Europe, across the Atlantic to the US, through the Panama Canal and across the Pacific