Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by CJB, Oct 2, 2007.
A sign that your decks need a good cleaning...
Ah yes. The SY Cryin Shame.
I would blame the Global Warming...
Wally's Floating Island gone bad?
i'm just wondering where the sand come from - was this supposed to be a reef?
Now that's funny!
So why hasn't it sunk yet?
I'm assuming someone must come aboard to make sure the bilge is pumped out from time to time
its great to see a clear example of bristol!
That's pretty much what I was wondering... with that degree of neglect, how is the boat still afloat?
I bet the keel is deep in the mud/sand.
And I must say that she is a darn fine looking vessel
That's what happens when you're overly-reliant on those new-fangled environmentally-friendly cleaning products. A bucket of plain-olde salt-water and some elbow-grease with a stiff deck brush would work wonders?!
This is also an extreme example of "absent-owner" syndrome. On superyachts, the crew can be found lounging about the aft-deck, loud music blaring, beer cans and fags in hand. Unless they're Greek-run yachts in which case they're officially-allowed to be there...?!
oh my God
spring cleaning wood be nice.
Truly ship shape. LOL
We should take up a collection & send a kid down to detail this fine vessel. We could leave a plaque on board telling the owner that his boat was awarded first place in the Yacht Forums "total neglect" award category