The critics of the plans to raise HMS Victory wrote letters to the London papers today criticizing the plans to raise the HMS Victory. However, Lord Ljngfield once again noted the wreck is now in international waters and this course is appropriate. My uneducated guess is these letters were written and published today as the decision from MOD is imminent.
The beauty is the upside from HMS Victory has not been priced in at all for OMEX while the downside is limited as OMEX has other lucrative projects to support current valuations after any brief decline due to negative PR if somehow the go ahead is not given or delayed on Victory.
Our son is doing great. Still in remission and goes in for an exam in a few weeks. It will be 12 years since my diagnosis this coming May.
Had him over for a traditional Arkansas New Year's Day feast (supposed to bring good luck through out the year). Black eyed peas, hog jowl, turnip greens, scallop potatoes, cole slaw, milk, and corn bread. We won't need any salt in our food for a year! LOL
We need to keep an eye on the Explorer and see
where she is headed [going-destination] when she
leaves Port. The explorer has been in port for approx.
4-5 weeks now and think that she will depart in the
near future-maybe another week or two.
Maybe the substance was old but the article is fresh today in the Daily Mail. My only point is it now appears a decision from MOD appears imminent. Still hard to believe approval will not come from MOD given its comments in late November. The usual band of critics notwithstanding.