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|ME position confirmed.
£12m cap vs £525m (over 15 years) contract.
nice piece of reading,much appreciated ,thanks mate|
|Looks like something big is brewing...
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|...Just click on the arrow to the right of his name and click 'view posts'.|
|Why is Tom's post moderated, i'd love to hear his views, just censor the swear words!|
|A special note on WSG 25/02/2017
|Graham,..have you sold out of WSG???
if so why are you hanging about all day wasting you precious hours of life guiding us away from this slippery eal of a company.
oh and how much are you being paid to downgrade WSG into the gutter..
If,and if by chance you still have shares in WSG, do you not think you are dangerously shooting yourself in the foot..
that's 3 good questions you need to answer,thanks..
a question for the holders,that delayed 183k..at about 14.16pm,paid well over the odds it seems,@14.73p..not registered delayed either later or earlier today or yesterday, but as it came on show..must be a nice buy..tia..
It would make any of the last days trades a bonus of buys,but we end the day down,
so strange,almost like manipulation to me,oh well,,gla|
|Not for you, this one, then, Graham!
I think we've all got that now.
|JG, look at the figures. If their target is 16 passengers per trip ( do the maths) then they must be significantly below that now n'est pas ? Hardly busy.|
|Graham1TY23 re your post yesterday
"To get to to £2m it would have to be £50 per trip, or $65 per voyage, and I am not sure they are managing that"
I took the ferry a couple of years back and it was just short of $50 then, so could quite easily be 65 now.
edit to add ............ there were a number of boats offering this service, but most were rusting death traps, or speed boats captained by a 12 year old. I imagine the new ferry service is a very welcome addition and will be well used.
|Break by early next week imo.
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|Update that says very little, Darwin in the background ( not announced a second conversion yet) and surprise surprise, down goes the price.
Cynically yesterday's strength will have allowed Darwin to shift a few more. They are probably disappointed it was not ramped a little more so they could sell into the strength.
At the end of the day, no long term contract, pretty weak news from the ferry.....Er and nothing else.
And they must still be burning cash, so the £1m raised in November will run out in 2Q. But, someone shouts, they are EBITDA positive. That is meaningless, first as it is an adjusted number ( and as Andy Brough always says that is usually "profits when you have subtracted all losses), secondly it does not reflect cash flow, capex or development spending. So, assuming that they have continued to shell out on the ferries etc, there are ( as announced) pre contract infrastructure costs, and pay all their family members, they will still be using significant cash.
It all depends whether you believe they will sign another RR contract. It is almost exactly five years ( 20 Feb 2012) since they last signed one.|
|Sandeep, they are using one of the many rival ferry services, not all of which are rubbish, such as Sea Coach.
WSG has lots of competitors on this route|
|So where are all the passengers going after they exit the airport.? If they can afford to fly, they can certainly afford a boat trip.|
|Wynter, read the RNS it says full capacity is 9000 per month, and they are aiming for half of that.
I think passenger numbers will be between 5 on a very quiet journey and say 25 at the most. Averaging about 10 per trip. In fact, if 16 per trip is the target ( from the RNS figures) it might be an average of less than ten per trip.
Hardly packed. If the news was any better they would have told us|
|Decent update, they needed to put something out.|
|......or it could mean 50% capacity of the boat = 35pax per trip. Say 20pax per trip at present and that doubles your figure graham.|
|They give enough detail to work out the numbers, roughly 10 passengers per sailing. I wonder how many crew ? And that is an average through the day, so some will have 15, some may have as few as 5 ?
And thank goodness they never bought a boat that could take 200 passengers......Er they did.
And the Sierra Princess is a 70 seater, so even their target of 16 passengers average per trip will use about 5% of their two boats capacity !|
|I have pointed out before that a new transport link takes some time to reach its potential. If the ferry breaks even by the end of 2017 it will have done well. Passenger numbers would be expected to continue to increase after that.|
|On target, 4500 is 54,000 per annum ( once they get up to that level of usage ) so say 40,000 this year. To get to to £2m it would have to be £50 per trip, or $65 per voyage, and I am not sure they are managing that.
As an aside, total revenue for Managed Services for the whole of last year was just £1.7m. Has the one little boat leapfrogged straight past their only airport contract ?|
|That's still c.£2m revenue/annum from a single boat - not bad at all!|