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Old December 26th, 2011, 08:12 PM
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Default Leaving late...

I was discussing ships not waiting for late passengers, I was trying to explain that one reason for them not waiting was they are either late at the next port OR they have to go faster therefore using more fuel. I think I am right saying this as they plan to leave at a certain time & plot a course at a certain speed, if they deviated from this it must use more fuel....any thoughts?
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