November 2003 from memory, prepare to edit when this is posted.
I was asking about MB2/50 Engines.....and became a reference knowledge. I still get requests for spares and info.
'East Coast Pilot' at www.eastcoastpilot.com 4th Edition now available......
My memory is going, but I think I remember posting on a compuserve sailing forum back in the early 90s
Joined just after I got my current boat in 2000
Certainly around for this PBO Meet in Yarmouth, we even got a write up in PBO.
I see in those days you could post as a Guest as Nigel Luther wasn't registered.
Code:PBO/Scuttlebutt Forum Meet - Boat and Crew Listings People / CrewBoat Name From Call Sign Nigel & Svetlana Sunrider 25 Superanne Hayling Is, Chichester MXCP9 Carl & ?? Colvic 26 Cider and Black Portsmouth Simon & Karen Challenger 35 Blustery Day Newport, IoW Colin & Urszula Deborah & (Simba) Freeman 30 Kahawi Bray-on-Thames 2-WDH Martin & Pat Westerly Ocean Blue Chip Haslar, Gosport Hugh & Marian Arcadia 29 Elad 11 Port Solent MFNS9 Andy & Louise - (Saffron & Tara) Westerly Fulmar Aspire of Brixham Lymington Y.Haven MKHB5 Mark & Ruth Elizabethan 31 Elizabeth Bonaventure Haslar, Gosport MZGN Nigel Baker Colvic Countess 33 Lady in Red Wareham Ian & Cindy Grant, (Megan & Lizzie) Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32.2 Taiyo Northney Marina Graham & Madeline Roamer 36 M.Y.Foolish Heart Southampton 2CET
03-07-92. My tenth anniversary is approaching fast... Mrs Morris says the answer to how long have I been on YBW is TOO LONG!!
[B][I]Wishing things away is not effective.[/I][/B]
I think I started somewhere between 1996 and 98, but under my real name (We were very niave about the internet back then). Even without photos or links it was an amazing resource for all things boaty, and even better resource for stories about bogs
Blimey, it's nearly 5 years since I started my first thread... I was asking about MacWester Wights then as well!
At least I've done some sailing since then, and am several steps nearer to getting my own yacht - a Wight!
I knew it was time to suspend the sailing lesson when the forked lightning hit the Loch surface!!