Anorak | Santa’s Ship Sails In To Port Phillip Bay – 22 Days Early

Santa’s Ship Sails In To Port Phillip Bay – 22 Days Early

by | 3rd, December 2011

Shipping Claus ANORAK has been a fan of the news sense shown at The Age in Melbourne for years ‘n’ years and there’s another cracking way to treat a story today. It is the use of the photo, credited to Angela Wylie, of one of this year’s last container ships arriving in Port Phillip, Melbourne.

The ship is packed to the decking and a lot higher with Santa’s gifts for the nation which celebrates Christmas downing a few stubbies and a prawn barbie on the beach.

This ship had not made the run from Lapland; it picked up from surrogate elf workshops in Shanghai, Ningbo, on China’s east coast, Hong Kong and Taiwan, before heading across the Pacific Ocean to the dangerous Tide Race entrance to Port Phillip Bay. It

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