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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old 08-12-2014, 19:11 Thread Starter
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Just bought a boat.

Many years ago I used to sea fish on Loch Long and owned a small boat to get to the good spots,well today I have went and bought another boat.Not sure how much use I will get out of it but the Winter cod fishing used to be good up here.

Her is a link to it on ebay,

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fishing-se...vip=true&rt=nc
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Definatelely on my way to visit

Mind you

Not sure about boats

No matter

You will convince me all is well

You sexy man you

But that sexy wife of yours she is georgouus

No she will say come

We are on our way

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Should go well with a 25hp on the back. Looks light enough.

Would love another boat.


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One ere goin cheep Barry............................................. ...............Ray.
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raynipper wrote: One ere goin cheep Barry............................................. ...............Ray.
Looks nice Ray. What is it?

Didnt know you had a boat as well. You could easily pop across to blighty in that so what you bothering with Brittany ferries for? Mind you remembering how much fuel they use it would work out more expensive!

In fact when people complain about the cost of motorhoming, try mooring and running one of them for a year.


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Not mine Barry.
Friends parked it up in my garden 7 years ago and it's never moved since.
It's a 30ft. Bayliner with a brand new Cummins marine diesel in it.

The owner is almost at the end of his life with cancer and I expect his widow will be looking to sell along with lots of other stuff as and when.

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Not mine Barry.
Friends parked it up in my garden 7 years ago and it's never moved since.
It's a 30ft. Bayliner with a brand new Cummins marine diesel in it.

The owner is almost at the end of his life with cancer and I expect his widow will be looking to sell along with lots of other stuff as and when.

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I hope somebody has been turning over the 7 year old 'brand new' engine
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I'd love to move up to Scotland and be near enough to the sea or a loch to have a small fishing boat, but small cabin cruiser would be better, just big enough to maybe go on littler excursions for couple of days.

I can dream.
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I see it's on the IOM shipping register.

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