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Old 12 June 2012, 16:40   #21
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'The Full Morty II' on its mooring in Kalami Bay Corfu....
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Old 12 June 2012, 16:49   #22
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That will be the Roxi Bar Pity - we will miss you as we leave from Igou at 22:30 on 6th July. Have a really great time


Thanks GED - did you leave your 'big one' over there as a spare
yes I've left the big one in Kalami all year, cheap storage and now I have no towing ....just jump on easy jet.
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Old 12 June 2012, 16:49   #23
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Corfu

Perfect ,,,,,,, if you cant be in Wales or Teeside
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It's not bad out here :-) ,,,, and fuel is o.ly 1.94 euro !!

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How fantastic!

I always wondered if it was really possible to tow a rib down to Greece, after spending last summer on my folks boat based in Lefkas.

There were so many Italian ribs hopping over, that I thought is it really practical for three weeks - I guess the answer is yes!

Have fun. Yamas!
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Good luck boys I've already done 2 visits this year to Corfu spending loads of time on the water. visited Paxos last season on the recommendation of Jeff
Looks fabulous and a tad more attractive than the Mersey!!
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Old 26 June 2012, 14:47   #27
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Looks fabulous and a tad more attractive than the Mersey!!
I thought the Mersey was very similar ! ?
Just a couple more from today :-)
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I thought the Mersey was very similar ! ?
Just a couple more from today :-)
and just a couple more ,,,,,, its the sun up above by the way! !
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I thought the Mersey was very similar ! ?
Just a couple more from today :-)
I had to look twice as they really are so similar You enjoy I shall reciprocate photographs all in good time
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Why go to Greece

Well, I am back to the good old British summer ,,,,,,,,,, but thought I would try and post this



Sorry about the lack of moody Greek music but I love the opti ! ,,,, apologies for the VHF antenna rattle

Yiammas

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