The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Messing around on the water you always have a weather eye out for boats. In 3 days I saw these three examples of the best and the worst of them.

The stately gentleman’s motor yacht pictured below was built in 1931 by Camper and Nicholson, designed by Sir Charles Nicholson. She is a delight to the eye. I will say nothing about the other two floating objects – the pictures speak for themselves.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

  1. Russell Minto
    2014-11-04T07:10:36+00:000000003630201411 at 7:10 am

    I thought the good the bad and the ugly photo’s , should include a ” selfie ” !

  2. Phil Frost
    2014-08-06T23:48:27+00:000000002731201408 at 11:48 pm

    Hey John, Isn’t that Camper & Nicholson gentleman’s yacht a beauty. We saw her last year stern to, on the wharf on the south of Corfu town as we sipped our sundown Aperol spritz. The crew were turned out in their finest whites and the women guests were high quality and in the most elegant frocks (but perhaps not for long). Sure looked like a fun way to travel for a day or two. After that give me a sailing boat every time.

    Good to hear that Mr Ford is treating you well at last.
    Fair winds

    Phil

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