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MBY's spot the boat

Jack Haines

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Good morning,

After what I think was a record time for spotting the boat last week, let's hope this one causes a few more minutes of head scratching. Can you spot the boat?

Cheers,

Jack
 
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Jack Haines

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Once again!

Princess 85 MY - way too easy :eek: (that is if I'm right!)
Dear Jack and Stewart,

Please try harder with your spot the boat photos, they are far too easy.

Regards,

The Forum

Well done MystereMarcus, we get the message!

Cheers,

Jack
 

Richard Shead

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The cleats and the font of the name on the back of the boat gave it away...

Jack - back to the drawing board, there must be a couple of pix in that draw of yours.
 

Jack Haines

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The cleats and the font of the name on the back of the boat gave it away...

Jack - back to the drawing board, there must be a couple of pix in that draw of yours.
Easy to say once someone has already got the correct answer, oh wise one. ;)
 

benjenbav

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Is she laughing hysterically because the swim platform has just fallen off?
 

jfm

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Only just seen this. Yes easy. In fact I think you have used that actual pic in STB before, about a year ago

That is truly hideous grp work on the aft edge reveal, when the platform is lowered
 

MapisM

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Jack - back to the drawing board, there must be a couple of pix in that draw of yours.
Why don't you just resurrect the pic I posted in this thread.
It's been there for 2 years and a half (and counting), so I suppose it's challenging enough...! :D
 

benjenbav

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Ah, sorry, I was being thick :)

Actually, if it was a fixed platform and had snapped off, or even been chewed off by a shark, it would have left a cleaner break than that...
tbh my first thought was that it wasn't grp but undressed portland stone
 

MapisM

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Didn't we decide it was a big bandido? i dont remember well
Mmmm... did we decide anything?
Coming to think of it, you might well be right, I possibly disclosed what boat it was in a subsequent thread - but I can't find that anymore.
Anyway nope, nice try, but not a Bandido. This is built in steel, to start with...
 
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