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Rutts



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Picture is from the cover of the souvenir log of farewell cruise. Cruise number 996 - Sydney to Sydney - 14 to 27 March 1986. Distance steamed 4,460 nautical miles. Noon temperatures ranged from 20.1 to 32 deg C and the The greatest distance travelled over a 24 hour period was between Auckland and Sydney - 556 nautical miles at an average speed of 22.64 knots.
· Date: Wed, 10 May 06 · Views: 366
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BMW Simon

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Registered: April 2004
Location: Brisbane
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Wed, 10 May 06 02:46

Wonderful,& now of course a collecters item.Thanks Rutts I have a similar one from the seventies.
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Dave Townson
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Registered: March 2006
Location: Toronto, Canada.
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Sat, 3 June 06 18:38

Is that just the deck camber or the curve of her wheelhouse that gives the illusion that the wings of her bridge are slightly swept forward?

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agentroadrunner
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Registered: February 2006
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Sun, 4 June 06 07:55

See what you mean, probably the curve of the bridge front. What a handsome ship though...P&O are you listening???
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Paedrig
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Registered: January 2006
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Sun, 4 June 06 08:53

Pity about the dummy funnel though. Come to think of it it was handy when she had the Boiler Rm fire...shoreside knew where to pump the water in..
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