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Richard D
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Sound to Sea

Post by Richard D » Sat Aug 02, 2014 6:06 pm

Princes Dock like you've never seen it before. This link is to the video of last night's performance of "Sound to Sea" produced by Cryptic. GSS did a remarkable job in clearing 600m of pontoons and over 30 tons of anchors from the dock in just two days to allow the rehearsals for this show to start last Tuesday.

http://new.livestream.com/innerear/soun ... s/58079907

Featured vessels are: Whitewing, a Baldie from the Scottish Fisheries Museum,
Wee Spark, from Bowling,
Orcuan, a Birlinn from the Galgael Trust,
MHS Pursuer, a P2000,
Maybe, a Dutch built Ketch, c.1933, and
HNS Bangor, a Sandown class minehunter

The show is on again tonight starting at 9.30pm and can be watched live on the internet - but rain tonight means that the recording of last night's performance will probably be better quality.

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Re: Sound to Sea

Post by d5mcm » Sat Aug 02, 2014 7:23 pm

Serco's SD OMAGH involved in a great evening also.

http://www.dougie-coull-photography.co. ... -G7tf6cc/A

Great photos again by Dougie Coull.

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Re: Sound to Sea

Post by dougie-coull » Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:40 pm

A few more images on my BLOG - http://dougie-coull-photography.blogspo ... o-sea.html - for anyone interested.

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