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blaisepascal
Perhaps there's a legal licensing reason for it, but I'm surprised I haven't heard about enterprising shipowners advertising for transatlantic passengers.

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The thing is we quickly got to the state where it appeared that the transatlantic flyways were going to be shut down for a while. A trip by ship may very well have been faster. Granted, there aren't that many transatlantic passenger liners out there, but any ship which was already scheduled to do a crossing with freight or otherwise could have taken a few passengers for extra gelt.

I just checked, by the way, and you can get aboard the Queen Mary 2 in Southhampton 2 days from now an be in New York a week later -- a regular, scheduled, transatlantic passenger liner crossing.

Had a ship been available when the British Skys were closed, the brother would have won the race.

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