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About EastCoastIPA

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    Boating, Norfolk, Walking, History, Motorsports, Beer, Wine, Good food.

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  1. EastCoastIPA

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    The secret is ours Charlie
  2. EastCoastIPA

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    Same Here
  3. EastCoastIPA

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    Thought I might have sussed it, but the system was cleverer. Just tried creating a post, and then using edit to remove the content, but it won't let you post an empty edit. There's "nothing" this system cannot do.
  4. EastCoastIPA

    Jabsco Toilet

    Even better fit the joker valve from an RM69 toilet. Much more reliable although harder to find. The joker valve only has a single split across it, whereas the Jabsco one has a three way split and seems to leak far more easier. Part number 518 on following site, Got my last two from a chandlers in Holland when visiting a friend. https://www.rm69.nl/spareparts-marine-toilet/
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    Silverline Wisper

    Sept 2001 in it's Anchorcraft days. You can just see the Blue before it changed to Yellow probably around 2005 or 2006? Hunsett Mill in the background for the nostalgic amongst us, pre it's modernisation.
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    Silverline Wisper

    Pre Bridgecraft days on route to The Locks Inn. Sept 2002 Not much has changed along that stretch.
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    Silverline Wisper

    Had Fourth Bridge 2 up to both Coltishall and The Locks Inn at Geldeston in the same week. I need to check my pictures, but I think we even had it through Potter Bridge one year!
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    Silverline Wisper

    One thing that has always struck me as a little odd, is that Fourth Bridge 2 has the inside helm on the normal port side, whereas Fourth Bridge 1 has the inside helm on the Startboard side!
  9. EastCoastIPA

    Jabsco Toilet

    There is a picture somewhere off me and a friend eating off a Jabsco toilet I would like to point out that the toilet in question was one of two brand new ones purchased from Norfolk Marine and had yet to be fitted. Looking at the user name of the OP it would appear he hasn't hung around long enough to read the responses
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    Silverline Wisper

    Fourth Bridge 2, I would assume 1 is similar, has the engine in a compartment alongside the galley, in the centre of the boat and under the outside helm area. There is a couple of doors in the galley that allow access to the engine for reed filter checks etc. From memory is was very quiet from the outside apart from the occasional splash and burble from the exhaust which was along the port side just below the outside helm position. Cannot really remember what the noise was like inside as we always cruised it from outside even in a slight downpour. We just put rain coats on and got on with it. One downside of the centre cockpit sliding roof boats is that you have to put the roof up to stop furnishings from getting wet and then it can feel warm and claustrophobic. I assume Fourth Bridge 1 and 2 are similar although Fourth Bridge 2 joined Bridgecraft later as it came from the neighbouring yard Anchor craft when they retired from hiring boats.
  11. EastCoastIPA

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    Getting back on Topic, did you know they were removed from boxes of Celebrations in 2006!
  12. EastCoastIPA

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    "A hazelnut in every bite" What's your preference now then?
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    You can't make something out of nothing, but you can make nothing out of something!
  14. EastCoastIPA

    Congratulations

    To the Chair
  15. EastCoastIPA

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    Off course this topic has nothing to do with the Broads, unless it's a group of people with a love of the Broads talking about nothing, but if that were the case, there'd be nothing to read!
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