Of course. Although we have always tried to be thorough in our research as well as our writing, it is always possible for errors to slip through. Spelling errors and the like are hopefully very few, but we are of course grateful when they are pointed out to us and can be corrected. As for errors in information, they are usually the product of mistakes already established in other sources, which have propagated down the line in our articles as well as other material. Most commonly, such errors are brought to our attention by people who actually experienced the ships first-hand, such as old crew members, and we are happy to amend our texts to reflect their accounts.