This is what I remember. Now you can track her almost all the way to Cartagena and back, with only one small gap.At some point in the history of the tracking that I've used ( http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/shipde ... =354993000 ), trips from Willemstad, Curacao to Kralendijk, Bonaire or Oranjestad, Aruba fell off the tracking as soon as the ship was into open sea (IIRC just north of Curacao when going to Aruba and less than half distance when going to Bonaire). It was obvious where they were going but the tracking never showed them actually getting to those two islands. The tracking would then pick-up at roughly the same area on the return journey towards Willemstad, Curacao (or if sailing past to go directly to Aruba). Without going back and checking I can't quite remember if it was always like that or that it changed. The fact that it went on and off at roughly the same points seems to suggest it is a coverage/range thing with the tracking system (unless they run to a highly disciplined Operating Thetan routine and turn it off manually at exactly the same points everytime ).
Today though, on that site above, it shows the full track all the way from Bonaire to Curacao
Today she left Willemstad at 04.30 or thereabouts and arrived in Oranjestad at 09.30. The highest speed I could find was 17.5 knots. So we're back to the ABC circuit which doesn't leave much scope for the imagination