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Old 15 July 2005, 17:55   #1
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The World at my feet

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Torbay has a visitor this weekend The World, though what they will make of little old Torquay I wonder........
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Old 15 July 2005, 19:28   #2
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Could have cleaned your grubby trainers a bit!
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Nice pics, I wonder if you have a 175 if you do how do like it ?

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It was in before at the end of june as well and i was out in the bay that day racing on the sigma 33's you mite have seen on the harbour wall. Wind was all over the place cos of that thing!!!!! GRRRRRR
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Old 16 July 2005, 17:43   #5
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I wonder if you have a 175 if you do how do like it ?
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Not my choice of boat more to keep the other half happy sunbeds, carpet & cupholders. It's ok but can't go out in anything other than dead flat water.

Few more pics from today, fantastic weather again
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