Bradbury - Answered a Question by Wilba (19 Sep 08 08:02)

I did notice the last time I looked on this site which was only a couple of weeks ago - that it stated it was due to close down due to a lack of funding and being very time consuming to maintain.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Wilba (19 Sep 08 09:15)

Hi, yes the guy said he couldn't run it any more, and cruisecal started charging, so not as convenient as porttime and you have to register but this one still works; http://cruisereport.com (haven't tried it personally though) .

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Wilba (19 Sep 08 12:07)

There is a new one just started but not quite up to speed yet http://www.cruisett.com/ .

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Wilba (19 Sep 08 20:07)

Thanks to All! They've both got possibilites, but have along way to go compared to porttime.

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