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Re: What's a sailor to do in London?

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...gave him a whirlwind tour of Chatham Dockyard, the Marina, lunch at the local Yacht Club and a sail on the River Medway.

Hopefully he enjoyed it...
I absolutely did enjoy it! Thank you Aquaholic, for being such a gracious host. I hope I get to return the favor some day!

In addition to a great day in Chatham, I was able to visit Greenwich and Portsmouth, plus many sights in London during my two weeks there. What a fantastic place - can't wait to get back (hopefully in warmer weather!)

Here a picture of Aquaholic and I, each at the helm of his fine vessel. All I'll say is that Aqua is the handsome one - I'll let you decide who is who!

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Re: What's a sailor to do in London?

Not hard to spot the English face there.
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Not hard to spot the English face there.
If you had summers we have to look forward to you might look just as happy
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