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  1. Thread: rob andrew

    by Rob Andrew
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    ! and ? Some puzzlement here in Foggieloan....

    ! and ?

    Some puzzlement here in Foggieloan. Nice to be noticed and all that, but didn't expect to be a forum heading anywhere.

    Sorry for the website being so out of date. Maybe someday I'll...
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    Inverboyndie

    http://www.trawlerphotos.co.uk/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=94792

    Can anyone suggest what signal is represented here? The Stbd painted flag could be "N", so would be blue and white. The upper...
  3. Thread: scaling up

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    Tried to puzzle this out. If you mean enlarging...

    Tried to puzzle this out. If you mean enlarging the plan till ten inches on its scale measures fifteen on the copy, I think that gives you a wierd scale of 13.3 to 1. On the other hand, if you're...
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    That's almost as bad as having to fork out for...

    That's almost as bad as having to fork out for Gordon Brown's humour implant.
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    I went for the Western digital 500GB version,...

    I went for the Western digital 500GB version, 'cos I have painting scans, loads of photos to keep safe and thought I wouldn't need another for a long time. Very happy with it, but it's a fiddle with...
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    Oh aye, Grahamtowa, and a cheerful Saturday...

    Oh aye, Grahamtowa, and a cheerful Saturday shopper with m'£9.99 extravigance.
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    Just picked it up on Satuday while in Aberdeen...

    Just picked it up on Satuday while in Aberdeen delivering paintings. £3 off the cover price on the shelves at Watersones. Looks a cracking wee book, though the type could be bigger - my eyes are only...
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    Helicopter ditched 500m short of ETAP Platform...

    Helicopter ditched 500m short of ETAP Platform 125 miles east of Aberdeen. !8 people in ditched helicopter, all safe. 3 lifted from sea by Bond standby helicopter from nearby platform, 15 picked up...
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    LK 62 Research damaged in Norway

    Some damage done to LK 62 Research while in Aalesund for anual re-paint. Surprised no detail here. Can anyone help out?
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    Handy map Admin, not sure what the red circle...

    Handy map Admin, not sure what the red circle indicates. The Maritime Museum is on Ship Row, same map, but nearer Market Street. This is the building you're looking for, and I think the exhibition...
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    I'm taking those last posts as a compliment! I...

    I'm taking those last posts as a compliment! I may get round to running off prints of Canny Scot some day.Till then, glad it works on as a screen saver.
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    One of the good things about not being with the...

    One of the good things about not being with the moderating squad is the freedom it gives me to say "Well put, Hyde". Admin operates with the best intentions, trying to apply a fair set of rules and,...
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    And the last time a government told us a cost...

    And the last time a government told us a cost would be so much less than we feared.......................

    Give them no room to wriggle away from fair play. Not that I'm the least wee bit cynical.
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    Slight change of subject. I was looking at Kev...

    Slight change of subject.

    I was looking at Kev Munroe's postings (if ever you need an argument for a new camera, look at the results from Kev's) and it struck me that the site has relatively few...
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    Wishing I'd paid attention to family history now,...

    Wishing I'd paid attention to family history now, but BCK 1 Handsome was skippered by my mother's uncle - inevitably known as Handsome Johnny, if memory hasn't completely mangled the details. Heard...
  16. Thread: Sails

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    Here's a link to an alternative idea. Not sure...

    Here's a link to an alternative idea. Not sure I'd like to try gathering in a kite aboard anything with fishing gear, but there needn't be a mast.

    http://www.kiteship.com/marine.php

    And here's...
  17. Thread: help!!

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    Here's an extract from the European Fleet...

    Here's an extract from the European Fleet Register on the Net. It may not help directly, but it may help to identify which vessel you mean so folk further afield can come up with an owner.
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  18. Thread: details.

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    No rudeness noted QW. My point is more that posts...

    No rudeness noted QW. My point is more that posts in a public place can be read by anyone. They can be banter, queries, general, comment, whatever. It's not impossible for a comment to be ambiguous,...
  19. Thread: details.

    by Rob Andrew
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    Interesting ideas Jonah. Speaking personaly, I...

    Interesting ideas Jonah.

    Speaking personaly, I wouldn't like to see the site get into the habit of deleting posts.

    Is the English/Doric/dialect thing behind your post? Regardless of the...
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    I've managed to find something for Sam Jam...

    I've managed to find something for Sam Jam using....

    http://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/fleet/index.cfm?method=Search.menu

    Otherwise, not much help from there. For instance, would either of these be...
  21. Thread: BRA- Reg.

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    Thanks Davie, I now have to locate SC.40 Sirius,...

    Thanks Davie, I now have to locate SC.40 Sirius, so that looks like a handy link.
  22. Thread: BRA- Reg.

    by Rob Andrew
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    BRA- Reg.

    Can anyone suggest a nationality or a home port for BRA-4 Reikelt-SR seen in Esbjerg? I have a photo I don't know where to post. There were one or two German boats in the same basin as the local...
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    Sounds like a very sociable thought. I wonder if...

    Sounds like a very sociable thought. I wonder if it might be easier to get a bus-load together for an RNLI bash somewhere?
  24. Thread: comments

    by Rob Andrew
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    I'm wondering when it'll kick in for me.

    I'm wondering when it'll kick in for me.
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    Sticky: Maybe for those of us who go down to the sea in...

    Maybe for those of us who go down to the sea in search of boats, these are two sites I'd call fairly user-friendly. I'd say they help me choose whether to take the camera or concentrate on the...
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