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A good sign that your decks need to be cleaned...

Discussion in 'General Yachting Discussion' started by CJB, Oct 2, 2007.

  1. CJB

    CJB New Member

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    A sign that your decks need a good cleaning...

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  2. Codger

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    Ah yes. The SY Cryin Shame.
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    I would blame the Global Warming...
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    ..... :D
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    brunick Senior Member

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    i'm just wondering where the sand come from - was this supposed to be a reef?
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    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
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    its great to see a clear example of bristol!
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    That's pretty much what I was wondering... with that degree of neglect, how is the boat still afloat?
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    I bet the keel is deep in the mud/sand.
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    And I must say that she is a darn fine looking vessel:eek:
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    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...?! :D
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    oh my God

    spring cleaning wood be nice.
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    Truly ship shape. LOL
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    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