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Old 10-03-2006, 21:31   #61
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My boats have all been named Tardis from the Britsh TV series Doctor Who. I have a friend who's boat is named Sticky Buns after the pastry.
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Old 10-03-2006, 21:52   #62
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How about "End Of the Rainbow"?
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HMMM... Name for a crab boat "POT OF GOLD"
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Old 15-03-2006, 19:51   #64
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The previous owner is from South Africa. The word Thulani is a Zulu word meaning peace and quite.
Toolani is my word for also Thulani.
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bmiller - Nice photo ! What make is your sailing dingy ? Lapstrake looks really sharp.

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It's a Montgomery sailing dinghy. Have yet to sail it though, just got it awhile ago. Right now it's a rowing dinghy.
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Old 17-03-2006, 05:34   #67
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When we applied to join Royal Perth Yacht Club we were warned they did not 'approve' of naughty names.

As we had a new class race yacht - and most from other clubs had been launched with cheeky type names - we went for 'Code Z'.

THe RPYC Committee passed it OK.

Check out what code flag Z means you are asking for......



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Old 17-03-2006, 06:37   #68
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Be careful John, don't elaborate
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Sorry, I don't get it ...
Bravo-Zulu ???
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Rick, Lori & Shadow:
Of course you're right - It's just that I never get to see that particular 2-group, so I forgot.
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Old 18-03-2006, 02:21   #71
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Heard that the Risley (Icebreaker) was transiting the Soo locks yesterday. Superior’s mostly open this year, so should see her this weekend.
You may have given your leaders something to “BZ” about, I haven’t ...
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