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    It was a lovely evening

    "A bit more ice for your cocktail, sir?"
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    like two days out
    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by is that my watch View Post
    like two days out

    Nope, Struck the berg April 14, about 22:07 EST (23:47 shipboard time), sinking at about 00:47 EST (02:20 shipboard time) April 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatme99 View Post
    Nope, Struck the berg April 14, about 22:07 EST (23:47 shipboard time), sinking at about 00:47 EST (02:20 shipboard time) April 15
    no meant two days out she left Southampton on the 10th went to cherbourg and ireland left ireland on the 12th so she was two days out when hit , funny their was warning being given on the 12th of icebergs too .. so well warned but captain smith thought the ship was unsinkable and did not change course .
    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    Oh.
    Never go on maiden cruises. Had a friend many years ago who purchased a factory new trawler. She took delivery and went on her merry way down the Chesapeake Bay. Somewhere in the middle of the bay, the boat quickly sank. She and her friend were rescued but her dog didn't make it.
    After salvage it was determined that a hose clamp below the waterline had not been properly tightened and the hose separated allowing seawater to flood the vessel.
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    yeah she is one of England most famous ship along with the likes of the cuty sark, Golden Hind,and of course the great HMS Victory. talking HMS we can't forget the likes of HMS Endeavour and then you had the RRS Discovery mean world would not be the world we live in if it was not down to them .. but their was others like the SS Great Britain .. remember we come from a long long line of great British ships .. the list is just endless ...
    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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    And don't forget the MAYFLOWER!
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    thought I would leave that to a usa member to say as always think more in a way Americas history now

    but suppose the people of devon might disagree as in the 50's I am sure a full size replica was built there


    yes it.s in america now


    The replica was built in Devon, England during 1955–1956, in a collaboration between Englishman Warwick Charlton and Plimoth Plantation, an American museum. The work drew upon reconstructed ship blueprints held by the American museum,
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    one night I dreamed I was locked in my fathers watch, with Ptolemy and twenty one ruby stars mounted on spheres and the primum mobile coiled and gleaming to the end of space and the notched spheres eating each other's rinds to the last tooth of time and the case closed - John Ciardi ...

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