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  • Pacificat at Nanaimo open house
  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 6/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
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  • Li chiamarono...briganti - "A Melfi! A Melfi!" from the movie by Pasquale Squitieri "Li chiamarono... Briganti!" (1999) A different perspective on the italian "Risorgimento". Here, the bad guys are the occupation troops sent to "pacificate" the South, just after the annexation.
  • Family's arrival in HKG with family in HongKong 03Feb09: Mom and nieces Cheska, Tricia, Pauline and nephew John Paul had arrived in HKG with Cebu Pacific. Ate Wheng and Kuya Olan will come on the next flight as she was held at the Check-In area of NAIA T3 because she was heavily pregnant then, 7 months. She needed clearance from the airport doctor. This is very special, this is the first time the whole family travelled to other country. Except for Dad who had problem with passport.
  • Sleeping Kittens These ragdoll kittens are 5 days old... watch them sleep.
  • Have I Heard That One Before? Describing the new sound of PRŒŒŒT!
  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 4/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
  • Aquarium of The Pacific Aquarium of The Pacificat Long Beach, California USA
  • Dockwise Enterprise
  • Maine Documentary - They Came By Sea part 1.mpg Part one of a PBS documentary. The history of Maine's seagoing industries.
  • Pacificat and heavy lift vessel Swift Abu Dhabi MAR moving the vessel to shipyard in the United Arab Emirates
  • Pacificat Pacificat leaving North Shore for Deep Cove
  • Pacificat 1000 CFI public relation video
  • Pacificat Pacificat Departs Canada Place
  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 5/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
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  • FHT FJORD 22nd February 2009 the FJORD passing near Malta with Energy Exerter. FJORD was converted at Malta Shipyards
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  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 1/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
  • Pacificat and heavy lift Swift Pacificat getting ready to load on the heavy lift vessel Swift
  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 3/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
  • CIVT-TV news report on BC Ferries 2 A tour of the ship and the amenities onboard.
  • Pacificat Ferry Yr. 2000 Pacificat Docking in nanaimo in year 2000
  • Building of the PacifiCat Ferries (Part 2/6) The PacifiCat Series or Fast Cat fast ferries were operated from 1999 to 2000 by BC Ferries. This program chronicles the construction of the first and second of the three Pacificat ferries. It's obviously very biased, as the ferries were a spectacular failure on several levels, but what can you expect when the documentary is funded by the companies involved? Regardless, this is some great, and rare, footage. The title used in the intro screen is the official title, as best I can tell. The first 5-10 minutes is missing, but I believe it is just a summary of the ferry system in British Columbia, which is easily found on Wikipedia, if one is so inclined. Unfortunately taping (this was broadcast in 1999 or 2000, so a VCR was used; you can see tracking in various places, as well as occasional video glitches which are present on the hard copy) began only after I realized this might be pretty interesting to watch. The ferries were auctioned off in 2003 by the government of BC for $20 million CAD to the Washington Marine Group. The ferries cost $460 million CAD to build. WMG had offered $60 million prior to the auction. WMG sold the ferries to a company in the UAE, in July 2009.
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  • Heavy Lifter Great !!! HEAVY LIFT SHIP
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  • BC Ferry Fiasco Aftermath NDP government refuses offer from the builder (WMG) to buy these ships for building costs(450m +) plus operating guarentees and opts to sell them at auction to the builder (WMG) for pennies on the dollar(18-23m)instead...hmmmm?
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