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Old 20-12-2013, 22:25   #1
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Before she went down:

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Old 20-12-2013, 22:31   #3
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Say, maybe when they are through they could run that crane up to Palau and help out Jim Thomsen by lifting his boat too!

Impressive bit of kit, that crane!

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Wow, nice crane!
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Say, maybe when they are through they could run that crane up to Palau and help out Jim Thomsen by lifting his boat too!

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Re: Tug "Respect" Off the Bottom & Moving Down the Estuary

I guess this answers the question, is a bigger anchor better? Judging fron the size of the anchors on the port quarter of the "Respect", not so much.
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that is really ugly how long was it down there?
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that is really ugly how long was it down there?
At least 8 years.
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that is really ugly how long was it down there?
Six years.

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