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Bob48

The Bridge At Potter

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hi John, is Nyx still able to pass under the bridge ?

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I'm not John (now thats not a suprise,) but I also have an Elysian 27 and have several times taken it under the bridge at Potter..

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I would imagine if the boat is loaded with copious amounts of beer then the air draft should be low enough, not sure how he will get back though 

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45 minutes ago, CambridgeCabby said:

I would imagine if the boat is loaded with copious amounts of beer then the air draft should be low enough, not sure how he will get back though 

More beer for the return trip:default_norty:

Regards

Alan

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thankyou 

more beer it is then .

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Careful now...  too much beer and you could run aground under said bridge. That could be the only time you get to drink yourself out of trouble rather than into it!

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We keep an Elysian 27 through the bridge. Always use the pilot and time our arrival with their advice. Our windscreen is held on with six wood screws and once we took it off which apparently helped considerably although most times its ok. Think we need about 6'1".  No beer on our boat-but sometimes half a house full of stuff. 

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