After a year and a half, Scientology’s cruise ship finally sails — to Curaçao drydock

Karen#1

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Excerpt:

[The Damen repair docks, the ‘Antillia’ drydock is the long narrow one.]


What do you know. We take our eyes off of the satellite tracker for a few days, and Scientology’s private cruise ship the Freewinds moved on us!

Since March 20, 2020, the floating cathedral, where wealthy Scientologists go for the culminating experience of the “Bridge to Total Freedom,” an auditing level known as “Operating Thetan Level Eight,” or OT 8, the ship had been stuck in port in Aruba because of the pandemic.~~~ READ MORE

 

Karen#1

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Repugnant conduct of cult attorney Ken Moxon giving Ursula Carberta the Nazi salute.

*Past is Prologue section in above blog today*
This is the kind of action that makes the SCN cult so despised.

Mark Bunker filmed the SCN cult hideous conduct at the airport when Ursula visited

 

TheSneakster

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Well, the Freewinds must be recertified before they can conduct passenger cruises again.

Also, a number of any large vessel's systems don't react well to being shut down for extended periods. In particular, fresh water tanks, circulating pumps and pipe systems will likely need to be flushed with algae and bacterial killing chemicals, which themselves have to be flushed clean before potable water may be reintroduced.

The engines will likely need to be overhauled, etc.

All of this work is going to be very expensive. I wonder whether the accommodation rates on the Freewinds are going to be jacked up beyond their already ridiculous prices to cover this.
 
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The_Fixer

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Well, the Freewinds must be recertified before they can conduct passenger cruises, again.

Also, a number of any large vessel's systems don't react well to being shut down for extended periods. In particular, fresh water tanks, circulating pumps and pipe systems will likely need to be flushed with algae and bacterial killing chemicals, which themselves have to be flushed clean before potable water may be reintroduced.

The engines will likely need to be overhauled, etc.

All of this work is going to be very expensive. I wonder whether the accommodation rates on the Freewinds are going to be jacked up beyond their already ridiculous prices to cover this.
"Freedom" comes with a price tag I guess.
 

Reyne Mayer

Pansexual Revolutionary
after 13 days in drydock, 3 days ago it returned to Aruba where it has been docked for most of the past 2 years -- even though Curaçao is/was technically its home port.

it's not clear that they got all the work done, that would be necessary to carry passengers out to sea again.
 
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