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Old 29 September 2005, 10:33   #1
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A couple of pics at Southampton Boat Show for those that missed it

















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Old 29 September 2005, 12:34   #2
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We went on this for a nose, and commented how small the galley was to be told "well sir you won't be using it, your servant would only need access to prepare your food!!, as you can see there are 2 bunks there 1 for the Captain and 1 for the servant"

guess so I suppose, but we were both of the opinion how boring it would be, not being able to drive the super yacht and being served hand and foot....... nice for a day but not a life time!!

Still would not spend 4.5million on it (not that I have that to spend in the first place!!!
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I would rather the sunseeker 108 for the same money - 80 feet - piddling.....
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Steve - Thanks for putting those on - I think you got my good side! (you should see the other side!).


Had a look at the Denship from the outside - moulding marks and a screw poking out from the inside - and that was a quick look around!
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Old 30 September 2005, 04:30   #6
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Steve - Thanks for putting those on - I think you got my good side! (you should see the other side!).
So are you saying the back of your head "might" be better looking?

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Steve - Thanks for putting those on - I think you got my good side! (you should see the other side!).
Happy to be of service John - if you want the full size jpg. let me know and I can email it to you in zip file form.

Heres a few more of the show













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Thanks Jon - let me know how the diet works out!















Thanks Steve - got one of the boats like that still in the camera I think - not sure the one of me needs to be any higher resolution though!

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Yeah cheers John Mate!
but I deserved that and the diet starts Monday by the way!

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that pic of the ocean pro and the guy cleaning the suz engine, he was cleaning it when i was there as well, either we were there same time or he spent a lot of time rubbing down the engine, was there the first sunday
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