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  1. Would there be enough width on the river to put in floating pontoons.
  2. No they are set up the same as normal up there apart from the hatch was to the side but the rest was the same. Expilot has cleared it up it is one of those ugly lowliner sedan things.
  3. Can you recall what boat this was can’t think of any lowliner with upper steering on opposite side.
  4. No definitely I can see why you thought that. There’s a good number of boats that used to state they could fit under potter or wroxham years ago that now no longer fit. Must be the yards getting worried about boats getting stuck on the other side.
  5. Nothing I enjoy more than being told I’m wrong ? To be honest I’d heard so many times off people it was sinking I just took it as gospel. Is that true about dredging or is that tongue in cheek.
  6. Nothing I enjoy more than being told I’m wrong ? To be honest I’d heard so many times off people it was sinking I just took it as gospel. Is that true about dredging or is that tongue in cheek.
  7. Does this really crude drawing explain how space is lost on a curved design as opposite to the old angular design.
  8. They do fit just needs to be unbelievably low water and with the bridge sinking it’s getting less and less likely to happen.
  9. Cheers lovely to see some more old lowliner photos, was only 4 months old while you were holidaying on this boat.
  10. That’s another wonderful reason for the more angular designs. Like a tardis those original alpha 35 cc.
  11. Thanks very much, appreciate it whatever you find.
  12. I don’t like them, think the angular stuff looks better.
  13. would be nice if we could leave behind these rounder designs and go a bit more angular for a change. Think the old river Tamar was recently up for sale.
  14. Great to see an old photo of one of the original lowliners faircraft ran. I absolutely love this design of boat so if you have anymore photos of it I’d love to see them if you don’t mind.
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