At Sea with OLI


For the last decade, Mama Nido has been on station in Panama and occasion­ally, Costa Rica. During this tenure, there are many good and bad things that have happened to help sharpen our insight on a mothership operation, especially in a for­eign land. For one, there are not many boat insurance underwriters out there that like the idea of having a 48 year-old steel boat Panama is the ordering, delivery and quality of fuel. Even at a fuel capacity of 13,500 gal­lons, Mama Nido is considered “mid-range” and there is occasional difficulty in finding suitable delivery times, as most fuel jobber companies concentrate on both larger and smaller orders.

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