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  1. As our planet is 70% covered with water it's justified to also include boats ans ships into the scenery to enhance a real feel&look while flying above. From Orbx-partner Seafront is this now also made for the SouthEast part of UK. Hereby some shots of the Portsmouth and Southampton Area:
  2. Looks like fun. I'll have to see what the payware packages cost and look like, given the availablility of a well know freeware AI ships package, but this is for a different type of vessel I guess and I suspect there's no real confict here. And as you can see, there is no conflict in the sim, either. A few shots around Guernsey with several of HN's ships filling out the Channel traffic in the background (and one in close shot). Looks pretty impressive to me, and will be even more so once proper wake effects are implemented in the sim - you can't really tell from these shots but a lot of these are meandering about quite happily. Anyway, for anyone interested, here they are. One of the Nielsen ships For a low and slow guy like me, this is all wonderful stuff.
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