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Old 19 October 2006, 13:53   #1
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M275 Portsmouth sinking fishing boat

Anyone spotted the boat heeling right over on the moorings next to the m275?
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Old 19 October 2006, 14:37   #2
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Is that the one Nauti Buoy posted a couple of weeks back ?
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Old 19 October 2006, 14:48   #3
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Is that the one Nauti Buoy posted a couple of weeks back ?
No, that one has long gone and that was in the channel to Port Solent, just up from Porchester Castle.
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Old 19 October 2006, 14:49   #4
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Is that the one Nauti Buoy posted a couple of weeks back ?
That one's been hauled in.

But there was another moored right next to the wall. At low tide last weekend a few lads were cleaning it up.

Might be a work in progress,

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Hehehehehe Nauti,
Just saw your post. Excellent fine motor skills!!!
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this one's about 50 yards offshore
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Old 20 October 2006, 03:33   #6
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In the clear light of day...

OK there is a little thing that's been there for months so don't know what the story is?

Lying amid the flotsam and jetsam...
(gets interesting here when the tide is out )

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Anyone spotted the boat heeling right over on the moorings next to the m275?
What another? bit of a coincidence you don't think its some sort of latterday piracy by the Port Solenti gang bit like the Cornish Pikies luring ships on to the rocks. Lots of new boats appearing in the port to show for the rewards, perhaps a tip off to the Excise men is in order

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What another? bit of a coincidence you don't think its some sort of latterday piracy by the Port Solenti gang bit like the Cornish Pikies luring ships on to the rocks. Lots of new boats appearing in the port to show for the rewards, perhaps a tip off to the Excise men is in order

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Oi, Mr P7, wot be you implyin is that why you r puttin a cabin on dat dare rib of yours offer protection from dos bandits n Port Solenti??
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is that why you r puttin a cabin on dat dare rib of yours offer protection from dos bandits n Port Solenti??
nah, its to keep the fags and booze dry during the cross channel runs and a spot of smuggin

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nah, its to keep the fags and booze dry during the cross channel runs and a spot of smuggin

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Damn, that's £10 I owe Kathleen, I said you were too honest to do that, she begged to differ

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