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Post by l.. » Sat, 29 Sep 2001 19:35:06




writes:

Quote:
>Perhaps a buoy?

>Gary

Yes, I've seen that the Black Buoy (Putney, UK) is very good at stopping boats
very quickly.  Also barges.

Luke

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Post by John Mulhollan » Sun, 30 Sep 2001 02:49:14

Interesting re-naming of the topic!

John Mulholland
Hexham Rowing Club


Quote:



> writes:
> >Perhaps a buoy?

> >Gary

> Yes, I've seen that the Black Buoy (Putney, UK) is very good at stopping
boats
> very quickly.  Also barges.

> Luke

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