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    Default Nautical foodchain - the stinkie version

    If PWCs are the lowest in the nautical food chain, and perhaps Kingfisher might be at the top, how would you grade the boats in between? Racing dingies, racing powerboats, tall ships, warships?

    I've posted the same at my old home, so comparisons can be made.

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    Default Re: Nautical foodchain - the stinkie version

    Whats a King Fisher?

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    Default Re: Nautical foodchain - the stinkie version

    Prob some sort of smelly old ferry or similer.

    Just hold tight dear it will not be so rough when we get round the corner,trust me.

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    Default Re: Nautical foodchain - the stinkie version

    all boils down to if you see them coming towards you who gets out the way for whom?

    Just hold tight dear it will not be so rough when we get round the corner,trust me.

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    Default Re: Nautical foodchain - the stinkie version

    subs have to be at the top...........


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    Default no no no...

    doms top - subs bottom

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    Default Re: no no no...

    Trust you! Puts a new perspective on the banner at the top "Hunting for a sub?"

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    Default Re: no no no...

    I thought that as soon as i saw it - but I was too shy to mention it

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    Default That\'s a short reply Pauline, .....

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    Default Re: That\'s a short reply Pauline, .....

    you're too smart for your own good sometimes Mr Maxey

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