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I like it. Where did it come from. It looks like BBC meets the Red Green Show.
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It is a 2008 BBC production a sequel to the 2005 remake of the classic story three men in a boat.

3 comics without much sailing knowledge prepare to take part in a yacht race as well as delivering the boat round the south coast to Cowes in a week. I don't think anything really counted as a disaster and going aground in the Thames estuary is a fairly normal part of sailing there.

Good old boat though and it does show that sailing is not rocket science, anyone with a bit of nouse can usually muddle through.

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For extra credit can you guess how much Udina's estimated value was???

Mix a little comedy, tourism and sailing and it is not so bad.
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For extra credit can you guess how much Udina's estimated value was???

Mix a little comedy, tourism and sailing and it is not so bad.
I'd hazard about $356K based on this 1953 Philip Rhodes Sloop 1953 Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
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