Oleander Scheduled to arrive on Sunday despite intense storm returning to Port Elizabeth
The Oleander departed Bermuda on Monday night to get ahead of this week’s powerful winter storm and enable an on time Bermuda arrival. The Captain does anticipate being alongside in Hamilton on schedule on Sunday evening.
The Oleander experienced some of the most intense weather so far this year. See the pictures courtesy of Cadet Blake Burgess and weather channel image. The weather Channel reported the following; NOAA buoy 44027, located 23 miles southeast of Jonesport, Maine, reported a wind gusts of 119 mph at 1:49 p.m. EDT Wednesday. Wreckhouse, Newfoundland, reported a peak gust of 115 mph with sustained winds as high as 87 mph early Wednesday evening. Central pressure of the storm fell 26 millibars in 9 hours, easily satisfying “bombogenesis” criteria. The lowest estimated central pressure of 955 millibars equaled the lowest pressure of the 1978 Cleveland Superbomb, and was lower than the minimum pressure of the 1993 Superstorm.
Gerald Swan promoted to Customer Service Manager at Neptune Group Management Limited
This week Neptune Group Management Limited announced the promotion of Gerald Swan to Customer Service Manager. Gerald has been in the shipping business for nearly 30 years, previously working for Globe Forwarding, Container Ship Management Limited and the Bermuda Regiment. Gerald is well known and respected by Bermuda importers and the Bermuda shipping community. Gerald is also a talented musician playing for many years in the Bermuda Regiment band and now with the Blues Beat Band. Please offer Gerald congratulations when you next see him. See full article and pictures HERE.
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The NGML Team