Well, after listing about becalmed for nearly a month, it appears the Good Ship WEMA is back on course again with a clear sense of direction.
A turgid decision making process hindered the organisation before the appointment of chairman Graham Blight who appears to have acted as a rudder for the group.
But enough of the nautical similes - WEMA have chosen their path, and that is good - but they still face some tough obstacles in terms of the timeframe and raising the cash.
And its not even the money for setting up the new exporter that's going to be the issue - its getting a fund together to put together a business plan that can attract investment.
Mr Blight has said WEMA will go to government first - but it would require a massive backflip to see any joy there - a backflip sure to displease Messrs Tuckey and Schultz enough to force their noisy disapproval.
Minister McGauran has said he sees no reason why the banks would not provide the money - and well they might - but they aren't going to hand it over to an organisation whose business plan is written on the back of a beer coaster - which is about as much detail as the public has now.
Work is underway to get a detailed plan put together as quick as possible - but as Mr Blight acknowledged, it requires the input of professional people focused in that field and that's going to cost dollars.
The state farming organisations are coughing up to keep things motoring along - but they are battling cash crises of their own.
To get things going quickly and efficiently, as is required, money is required and fast.
Things may be looking up for WEMA officials - who now have government sympathy - if not government folding - but the race against the clock continues.