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From Shotley website:

This morning the Shotley Marina Yard crew lifted the Trinity House Pilot Boat Haven Harrier. She had damaged her port propeller on some debris whilst on her way to deliver a Pilot to one of the in bound ships coming to Felixstowe docks. This was changed and the Harrier was back in the water within a couple of hours. The marina provides 24 hour emergency cover for lifting the Pilot boats if they get into any problems, 365 days of the year.




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Gawd Perry,

You must have talked this one up :o :o

Not me Guv honest - I think :?

I am down their tomorrow with a pair of props in my boot so maybe all my prop handling in the last few weeks has got something to do with it :shock:

I guess a bit like a high milage driver and accidents; the laws of probability say the more you use it the more likely you are to 'clonk' something.

Just as long as its not one of those containers :o

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