Jet Drive Exchange is South Jersey’s Premier Boat and Jet Ski Club, offering a fleet of over 20 watercraft for its members only use.Watercraft in the JDE fleet consist of center consoles, ski boats, jet boats, pontoon boats, and jet skis.JDE currently has locations in Ocean City and Sea Isle City, but is looking to expand its footprint in South Jersey, with more locations for its members to access for summer 2021.Jet Drive offers boating to South Jersey’s shore communities at an unbeatable price, over 60 percent less expensive than owning a boat, while pricing its packages for the season it has in South Jersey versus year-round usage. Jet Drive is rapidly expanding and upgrading its fleet with over 10 new watercraft being introduced into the lineup for 2021 alone.Now is the best time to join JDE as it plans for next season.Join now and save $1,000-$1,500 off your activation fee and lock in your membership prices for next season!Enjoy the perks of ownership without any of the headache or expense.Reserve, Enjoy, Return. Always Easy, Always Fun.Visit JoinJDE.com or call 609-224-1773.The JDE fleet boasts a variety of boats and jet skis. Jet Drive Exchange boat and watercraft club has locations in Ocean City and Sea Isle. (Photos courtesy TJ Heist)
View Comments The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.Good morning, Baltimore (or wherever you lovely Broadway fans are!). Hairspray started the beat on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre on August 15, 2002, and 14 years later, the big, blonde, and beautiful musical has been adapted for the screen a second time (fun fact: the tuner is based on the 1988 John Waters film of the same name). NBC is going for number three with the super-starry Hairspray Live!, which will air on December 7. As you celebrate Hairspray’s anniversary this weekend by boogying down like one of the nicest kids in town, let us know which song from the Tony-winning tuner is your fave! Broadway.com Editorial Assistant Lindsey Sullivan started things off with her top 10! Run and tell us which Hairspray song makes you want to live in the ’60s!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites.STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Click “rearrange list” to order your selections. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on Broadway.com!
Offshore services provider Wood Group has been awarded a contract to support Shell in the decommissioning of the Brent Bravo platform in the North Sea.Wood Group will prepare the platform for removal via single lift methodology. This includes conductor removal, structural strengthening and installation of under deck lift points, in addition to the modifications required to enable the platform to operate on minimum manning mode.Dave Stewart, CEO for Wood Group’s Asset Life Cycle Solutions business in the Eastern region, said: “We have over four decades of experience supporting Shell’s Brent field and this new contract clearly demonstrates our client’s trust in our consistent delivery of innovative and efficient technical services that have been designed for offshore decommissioning challenges.“We will leverage our learnings from the delivery of the Brent Delta decommissioning scope. Our commitment is to continuing to work in partnership with Shell to ensure the safe, cost efficient and timely execution of the contract.”The Brent Bravo lift follows the recent Brent Delta decommissioning, which was carried out by Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit vessel. The Brent Bravo platform ceased production in November 2014. First oil from the platform started flowing in November 1976.The Shell-operated field Brent field, located 115 miles north-east of the Shetland Islands has produced around three billion barrels of oil equivalent since production started in 1976, which is almost 10% of UK production.The Brent decommissioning program recommends that the upper steel jacket on the Brent Alpha platform is removed, along with the topsides of the four Brent platforms, debris lying on the seabed, and the attic oil contained within the concrete storage cells of the gravity base structures.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has challenged Danny Welbeck to break the 20-goal barrier this season. The England forward came off the bench at Norwich to net his fourth goal in five appearances as United recorded a fourth straight Barclays Premier League win to move within striking distance of the top four once again. Wayne Rooney missed the trip to Norfolk as he rested a groin problem, but should return for the New Year’s Day clash against Tottenham, while Robin van Persie is also set to step up his recovery from a thigh injury which has sidelined the Dutchman since mid-December. Javier Hernandez was started at the head of the United attack on Saturday, and Moyes feels his side need to have plenty of options. “I don’t think at Manchester United you have only two players to do the jobs. You have got to have more, like in these games you would never be able to cope when you pick up injuries,” said Moyes. “I see it more as a squad rather than any one. Chichirato is part of that, who is a great goalscorer too.” Despite United’s upturn in fortunes which has seen them into the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup and the last 16 of the Champions League, Moyes is determined to keep everyone grounded. “That is my style,” the Scot said. “We are just trying to move along and we have nothing to shout about here at the moment.” Moyes sees no reason why Welbeck – who now has seven goals for United to add to his three for England – cannot push on to make his mark on the run-in. “We have said to him we are trying to keep his finishing up. I think he can keep his efforts up, his levels up even better,” said Moyes. “I think Danny has responded, he is saying ‘hey this is quite good I am beginning to score some goals and getting recognised for that as well’. “He got one goal last year and now he is on seven for this season. “It could be better, but you have got to say it is going in the right direction. “With the second half of the season to go, he should be certainly looking to score 20 goals. “We need him to do that because when you don’t have Wayne and you don’t have Robin, then you need people to step up to the mark. “In quite a few of the games recently he has done that for us.” Press Association