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STORM CLIPPER & SUN CLIPPER

Beached at Blackwall Point for jet and prop inspection

13/8/10

(C)Ben

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Ben(admin)   [Jun 26, 2012 at 07:17 PM]
yes Bob, whenever the vessels get a rope around the prop or hit a lump of wood and start to vibrate they get beached and checked out. The small clippers not so often but sometimes the jets suck things up.
Bob Smith   [Jun 26, 2012 at 06:25 PM]
I saw one of these small vessels beached at the 02 today, is it a normal occurrence?

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