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There were 4 entries this time so no hat draw needed this time.


I will mention that Ci Ci would still have enjoyed doing the draw!




1.  S.S. Christiaan Brunings

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2.  Ernst Plank

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3.  GEM Steam Launch 1940's

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4.  SteamCo Launch

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They are all great entries and I will need some time to consider and reconsider before I vote!


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I don't know what I was thinkin', but my first thought was that this ought to be an easy one ....... WRONG!!!
"Information is not knowledge, Knowledge is not wisdom, Wisdom is not truth, Truth is not beauty, Beauty is not love, Love is not music: Music is THE BEST...   
Wisdom is the domain of the Wis (which is extinct). Beauty is a French phonetic corruption of a short cloth neck ornament currently in resurgence..."
F. Zappa ... by way of Mary, the girl from the bus.

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Good thing I didn’t enter my Steamco Linda Marie as that special variation would have taken all it’s votes!  :D
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Close race between two, just curious... what is CBRU short for?
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Bonjour ?ick,
The S.S. CHRISTIAAN BRUNINGS is a museum steam ship preserved in running order at the VEREENIGING NEDERLANDSCH HISTORISCH SCHEEPVAARTMUSUEM where she is kept in full working order providing trips to the public during summer season. She was constructed of steel in 1900 as tender and pilot boat to the Dutch Icebreakers and to this end she is fitted as a coastal Icebreaker in her own right. This model boat is a faithful replica.

So I guess CB is her name but RU ???
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Thank you Raphael, would sure be neat to get a picture of it on the water next to the full size some day...
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Raphaël, Membre du Modèle Yacht Club de Paris : http://mycparis.fr/
Membre de l'Offshore Club de Paris: http://site-ocparis.wifeo.com/
Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/rhavrane

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Thanks Raphaël  :)
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One week left to vote!
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September EOTM Winner:

Trevor’s "Bassett-Lowke Steam Generating Plant c1934"