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Palmtree

One less tacking boat...

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Hi,

Tamara has now been sold and is going to a Yacht Club in the Cambridge area.post-73-136713879414_thumb.jpg

We are sad to see her go but intend to change our boating style in the new year.

If anyone is interested I have put up a 1934 and 1950 Blakes brochure on ebay as these had details of Tamara's days when in hire.

looking forward to the New Year and new boat!

Ian

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hi ian

congratulations on the sale and good luck with the new boat

looks like tamara has gone to a good home which makes so much difference

jill :party2:

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Poor old Tammy, selling her into penal servitude in the Fens, you are a wicked man Ian. :naughty:

Still, you will have some comfort, some stuff to fiddle with and a sail whenever you fancy anyway.

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A good/bad scenario Ian.

I am sure her new owners will be delighted with her she is a lovely craft (even if a yacht!)

But of luck in finding a replacement ship. :Stinky

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Ian every time we saw tamara she was stunning sad to here she has been sold but cant wait to see whats next on the list cheerscheers

Jonny

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Congratulations on the sale Ian although I am sure it will be tinged with sadness - nothing that investing in a lump of fibreglass and two filthy diesel engines wont solve though! :Stinky

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Congratulations on the sale Ian although I am sure it will be tinged with sadness - nothing that investing in a lump of fibreglass and two filthy diesel engines wont solve though! :Stinky

:naughty: Watch this space

Ian

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Come on Ian, spill the beanz, what have you got your eye on, or worst still, what have you spent your last farthing on? :naughty::naughty::naughty: .

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If anyone is interested I have put up a 1934 and 1950 Blakes brochure on ebay as these had details of Tamara's days when in hire.

looking forward to the New Year and new boat!

Ian

Have you got a 'buy it now'? :naughty:

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Have you got a 'buy it now'? :naughty:

Clive you must have trust in my good taste, wanting to buy from me a boat Iv'e not yet brought. Perhaps I should become a broker! :naughty:

Ian

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No Ian,

I want the old brochures :mrgreen:

I still have a seamaster for sale with a new well floor ;);)

or would you like us to build you a new one?

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No Ian,

I want the old brochures :mrgreen:

I still have a seamaster for sale with a new well floor ;);)

or would you like us to build you a new one?

i have seen that Clive looks very nice

Jonny

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