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Old 22 December 2004, 09:06   #21
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1/4 Brixham
1/5 Berry Head (looking south for a bonus point)

Shameful if i didn't know those

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Old 22 December 2004, 09:08   #22
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1) Jools and for a bonus point his new hardboat is a Jeanneau Prestige 36 called Jasper!
2) Dunno
3) Barra & Vatersay in the Outer Hebrides. Been across it in a bus. With you!
4) Your Bravo 3 outdrive is about to fail again
5) Gingercoastie I guess.
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Old 22 December 2004, 10:52   #23
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Originally Posted by Brian
This will give some people a chance at it, who are currently working hard and not SKYVING away!!
Being a smart Alec, I can do both at the same time.

Pt 3 No 4 The Casquetts, West(ish) of Alderney
Pt 4 No 2 La Rochelle
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Old 22 December 2004, 13:20   #24
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Part 3 photo 4 is Irelands teardrop ....The Fastnet Rock

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Old 22 December 2004, 14:57   #25
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Part 1
1. Cardiff Dock Locks. Taken at Alan P’s sendoff on his Round-The-World trip.
2. Yes, it’s our very own Extreme ribster, Keith Hart. His “ballast” was Noel Loughlin, Keith’s daughter Natilies boyfriend.
3. Ailsa Craig
4. It is Brixham harbour. Did you know that Brixham is Britains largest white fish port?
5. Berry Head-hard by Brixham.

Part 2
1. Charle’s Fort, Kinsale
2. The Swinge off Alderney
3. Mayflower Marina and Plymouth
4. The Old Man of Hoy, Orkneys and Magellan Alpha
5. St Vaast-La-Hogue

Part 3
1. Caprisante owned by “Whiteshoes”.
2. The Seine. That is the bridge of the Europas.
3. Mainbrace on Alderney
4. The Fastnet Rock, off S/W Ireland
5. The port is Hugh Town on the island of St. Mary’s (just to be pedantic JK !!)

Part 4
1. “Jools” in Panther off the island of St. Agnes (also home to my favourite pub, The Turks Head)
2. Honfleur
3. Between Barra and Vatersay, Outer Hebrides
4. A decommissioned HMS Scylla is about to be scuttled as a diving reef in Whitesand Bay near Plymouth
5. Yes, it’s our very own “Gingercoastie”, AKA Alex Grieg and family in their (soon to be replaced) rib, Marikh.

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Old 22 December 2004, 15:09   #26
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Great quiz Brian and some lovely photos. Thanks for sharing them with us and providing us with a bit of fun too. Merry Christmas!
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Old 22 December 2004, 15:58   #27
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Thanks Brian

Saved me doing too much work today.
Should have known the Fastnet, but I had my eyes closed the time I went round.
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Old 22 December 2004, 16:51   #28
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Thanks for the fun Brian ;however I claim a further 4 points cos I knew that priscilla thingy, St vaa, keith Hart and one other which I cant check while doing this reply.


Trust me I'm a lawyer -therefore Louise and I should have a play off -I await the challenge;

a refusal might lead to litigation
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Old 22 December 2004, 16:52   #29
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the other one was Mainbrayce on Alderney -just so you all don't think lawyers cheat ok?
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Well I also knew some other answers but people beat me to them!

As for a play off - come on then punk - make my day (but please don't sue me )!
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