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Old 29 May 2002, 14:20   #11
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please post more

pics of cyanide as I would be interested to see what the interior / cabin space is like

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Old 30 May 2002, 04:17   #12
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Only too pleased to oblige, however, two points:
1. Am just off today to the Hebrides, in Cyanide, for the best part of a fortnight (photos, promise when I get back, if my new Canon A40 plus underwater housing, stands the strain). So no time at the moment as I am busy wrapping and packing.
2. Is this the best place to put the photos?
Don't want to clog up Johns server or post photos only of interest to yourgoodself.

So do we deserve one of Keiths famous polls?
a)Should I post these photos here for Matiboy + whoever, or
b)should I just e-mail them to Matiboy?
Answers please on a postcard......
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Whatever you do Brian.....you need to tidy up the cabin first
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Just for you, a photo inside the 9.5m Scorpion (not Cyanide).
In the middle is a lifting lid hiding flushing loo. to the right is a 2 ring ceramic hob cooker powered by diesel, which, when it's lid is folded down, is a warm air central heating system for the cabin. Extreme right is a fridge and cupboards.
The side benches are normally covered by large, thick mattresses which cover the whole of the surface area inside the cabin.
There are hatches (forward) for rope stowage, fenders etc. Also stowage behind loo under hatch for pillows, sleeping bags etc. Cabin is lit by 6 individually switched lights in the "ceiling". Side windows open as does Lewmar hatch in roof.
Sleeps two if you are very good friends.
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