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Old 05 June 2005, 16:02   #11
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Yer a bit slow with that, JF. Taken from motorboat & Yachting May issue, came out in April. I see you neatly cropped the text off the second pic which explained the circumstances. I believe the chap is a hard boat driver.



Actualy, I nicked the pics 'as they are'

'Hard boat driver'....mebbe the silly sod had been reading too much fiction on a rib site, and had developed 'hopelesly optomistic' expectations from his blow up boat as a result.
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Yeh, maybe.

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Can't see a lifejacket either!!!!!!
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Old 05 June 2005, 17:14   #14
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Did'nt need one he's on dry land!!

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Can't see a lifejacket either!!!!!!
Not even wearing shades!

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Great photos those


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Yeah, and Andreas Ugland, at Paignton.

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Parking on a beach?PAH!! Anyone can do that.
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