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Old 03 February 2005, 06:21   #191
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ok here it is.

First and second photo, showing her laying on the back of here bigger mama.
Just bought here then about two years ago.

Third picture, showing our weekend on the biggest lake of holland (ijselmeer).
We normaly stay there every good weather-weekend on a small island for two or three days with a lot of friends.

Fourth picture, shows my oldest son catching the fish for dinner. Didn't catch a lot that day.

Fifth picture is showing my youngest sun handling the ancor. Just checking ofcourse.


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Old 03 February 2005, 06:55   #192
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Excellent photos Danny. It looks like you and your friends and family have a great time on that island! Every kid's dream weekend, I would imagine (and that includes big kids like me!).

P.S. Do you own the 'big mama' boat too?
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Old 03 February 2005, 07:00   #193
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Excellent photos Danny. It looks like you and your friends and family have a great time on that island! Every kid's dream weekend, I would imagine (and that includes big kids like me!).

P.S. Do you own the 'big mama' boat too?
Yep. Have her now for six years. Has realy everything on it. From hydrolics,diving material,all nav.equipment possible.
Running on a 400 hp slow-runner.
And.... She's more bautifull on the inside than outside.
Finest ship i ever had.

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Old 03 February 2005, 07:00   #194
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Yea, nice pics........

.......would love to see some of the interior of "Big Mamma" if she's yours.
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Wow! That's REAL boat ownership! Like MeMe, I'd love to see some more pics of her please!
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Ok

I will put some fresh shots on the forum tonight.

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Old 03 February 2005, 07:13   #197
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Yep. Have her now for six years. Has realy everything on it. From hydrolics,diving material,all nav.equipment possible.
Running on a 400 hp slow-runner.
And.... She's more bautifull on the inside than outside.
Finest ship i ever had.

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Do you live on board? I have been tempted many times to buy an old ship - they can be quite cheap to buy - what has put me off is the time needed to look after them.

Another problem would be that all I would ever want to do is up anchor and go all over the world!!!
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Old 03 February 2005, 08:57   #198
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Do you live on board? I have been tempted many times to buy an old ship - they can be quite cheap to buy - what has put me off is the time needed to look after them.

Another problem would be that all I would ever want to do is up anchor and go all over the world!!!
Age does'nt matter that much. It's the shape she's in that makes the price.

We do spend many weeks a year on board. It gives us a sence of freedom when you live on the water.
As for the work you mentioned. When you take really good care after a ship , she will demand less time of you. It's should be that way or no way.

I have been around the world once. With a 30 mtr ship leaving holland, crossing the canal to the med's. Passed the Suez and Red Sea. Crossing the arabian sea all the way to Manilla.
I can tell you, there are many places wich have more sun and clearer water. But there aren't that many country's where everything is well organized.
I love western europe. Lots of water en friendly,reliable people.
I had a great time but wil never do that route again

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Old 03 February 2005, 10:30   #199
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As promissed

As prommised some pictures. but no more, this is a rib site, no heavy metal site.
Sorry if the pictures seem a bit close-up. I didn't have a fisheye lens available this afternoon.

Greetings,

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and the last five.

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As prommised some pictures. but no more, this is a rib site, no heavy metal site.
Sorry if the pictures seem a bit close-up. I didn't have a fisheye lens available this afternoon.

Greetings,

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