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21 March 2011


I wonder how many miles of travel it will take to balance out the CO2 emissions created by the building of the ship itself...

When deliveries begin in 2103...

We'll have some sort of hoverboats by then, surely?

"When deliveries begin in 2103"

Man I know these ships will be big, but 92 years to build them? Phew!


Fixed! Thanks all. As you know, we like to stay ahead of the curve...


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