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Re: Well.. maybe they can wash the deck..

Well, I suppose the good news is, they will at least drown out the noise of neighboring cruisers running Honda 2000s on their foredecks... (grin)

I suppose it's only fitting, that the first time I saw (and heard) these annoyances in use, was near Staniel Cay in the Exumas last winter - where much of the James Bond flick THUNDERBALL was filmed...



Guaranteed, these will be coming soon to an anchorage near you, if you plan on being in the Exumas this winter - or, anywhere else the charter megayachts flock to...

It's a fulltime job for the deckhands on those boats, deploying the assortment of toys their guests apparently demand...

If it's solace, or peace that you're seeking in a place like the Bahamas, prepare to move on if one of these toyboxes shows up...

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