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Im still baffled as to what those nose cone type things are that are starting to adorn the bows of some of the latest Faircraft, last time i spotted something similar it was on the bridge roof onboads P&O's Arcadia :lol:

We got a bet going here, I say there Sat Tv gear, Bill says there a tracking device for security reasons :naughty:

Whos right? :?

Julz :wave

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Havent they heard of Digital Freeview ?

Using a normal TV ariel, far more cost effective.

Brian you pay those sort of silly prices you dont want to be faffing around with an Ariel

Jonny ice sliceice slice

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Caravan aerials arn't that effective on the Broads Brian, I have a status omi directional which is generaly rated as the best omi directional you can get, it is mounted on a pole on top of the arch so is about 15' high and it is still very hit and miss as to getting a signal.


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We just watch TV through the "snowstorm" of a picture :naughty:

We actually talk more when we're on the boat :wave Even though, I did suffer the X Factor a couple of weeks before Christmas on our 12 inch colour portable with battery powered antenna...........the wine helped a lot cheersbar

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