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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Bloody mobo's :)

    Aint tugs brilliant?
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  2. #12
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    Home - Sothampton, Boat - Gosport
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    Default Re: Bloody mobo's :)

    And costly, though less costly than not having them, sometimes.
    Steve
    Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Bloody mobo's :)

    It wasn't another problem with touch screen cock ups like the US navy was it?
    The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Bloody mobo's :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Davy_S View Post
    Will these people ever learn to turn their phone to landscape mode
    Have you not seen the new portrait style cinemas springing up then? I understand that the screen is 20 metres high and the buildings have had to rise accordingly to accommodate the new format

    The good news is that the auditorium is now only 10 metres wide but a lot longer to fit everyone in!

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Bloody mobo's :)

    That brings back painful memories on a much smaller (40') yacht late at night arriving in Bayona,

    I knew I had something around the prop as there was still vibration, but tested reverse on approach and it worked, I needed some speed as the wind was howling so came in guided by the harbour master who had parked his launch next to the berth I was aiming for, a stern to with boats beam on to the breeze. Travelling at a few knots, swung round went for a dose of reverse to stop and....nothing just revs....the folding prop had wrapped itself with remains of debris. The softest option with plenty of fenders was the club launch. I think the Spanish driver just thought I couldn't park. Not too much damage but it sounded worse and woke a few people.
    quicKutter rope cutter, shaft and rudder bearings
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