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Old 10 August 2004, 16:56   #1
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I think he bought a pup

Hi,

Here is the latest addition to the Ashleyd flotilla - Scooby Doo's tender - Scrappy Do.

Pictured with the mother ship in Salcombe last week.
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Old 11 August 2004, 04:33   #2
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I see you got the picture sizing sorted now

How did you get home in the end trailer or water?
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Old 11 August 2004, 05:08   #3
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I see you got the picture sizing sorted now

How did you get home in the end trailer or water?
Hi,

I downloaded some free software that did the trick.


We are bringing her home tomorrow by road. Graham Jelly (Mr Scorpion) has been really helpful and sorted a trailer for us.

A 8.1m rib behind a Land Rover Disco is a big rig. Should be interesting around the narrow lanes....

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Old 11 August 2004, 06:37   #4
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A 8.1m rib behind a Land Rover Disco is a big rig. Should be interesting around the narrow lanes....

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You'll be fine if you go via Totnes - don't go through Loddiswell - it's possible but you'll regret it!
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Old 11 August 2004, 14:08   #5
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You'll be fine if you go via Totnes - don't go through Loddiswell - it's possible but you'll regret it!

Thanks Cookee, Totnes is our preferred route.

BTW had as much fun on the little tender as the big boat! With the long shaft 6HP Suzuki aux engine from the Scorp she was a bit lively!

Think we may have to have some trim tabs fited
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Looks great Brambles

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