This agenda is very nice, but require some strategy around it.
First, you need a pile of credits (6 and more) to threaten the usage of a nasty ice.
Second, you need nasty ice in HQ or Archive. So this work really well in glacier deck. But can work also in asset spam deck, since you can pop a surprise any time.
Lets face it, if the corp is able to score this agenda early enough, instead of installing its most powerful ice, the corp can just trash it and keep the credits. Since the corp can pop that ice in place at the most inopportune moment.
Weyland has the best ices for this strategy. A Border Control could be used to give an End The Run (ETR). When the runner comes back, you can bring back the Border Control, cost the runner additionnal credits and again, give and ETR. This make Timely Public Release (TPR) act like a Nisei MK II, but costing more creds.
For the truly rich, pushing a Tyr, Chiyashi or Hydra can be devastating. This can be part of a kill package against the runner. You just need the econ for it.
Another ice could be Surveyor, crashing the calculation of the runner for passing the ices of the remote. This effect is absolutely game changing.
This agenda reward corp who use a strong economic gameplay. It is not the biggest surprise, especially if the ice was in Archive, where the runner can see which ice could be pushed. But it will give a headache to runner, making runners more careful, this making the runners slower. And if the runner is not careful, push the ice right in their face and see the horror creep up in their eyes when they realize they did a big miscalculation.
This agenda is pretty niche. But the fun in this game is to exploit the edge cases. And surprise the audience. Now, if only I could figure out the link between the beautiful art and the name, it would be even better.
I believe the art is a reference to FFG's habit of saying "it's on the boat" (from the overseas printers) when asked when their products would be back in stock.— Jeffrey Bosboom