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View Full Version : What is the best marine engine ever made. Over the years sailors have tried to marinise almost every type of engine. Some are total dogs ears, some are ok but is there any that really stand out.
I can not answer your question because I have never come across that box before but the Lister LH hydraulic box of similar vintage uses oil pressure to give reverse and neutral and no oil pressure to give ahead. This is so that in the event of oil pressure failure the box will stay in ahead so you can get the boat back to its mooring. Seeing Parsons are more usually associated with largercommercial type boats it would not surprise me if it is not the same.
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Earls Court really is the end. The attendants, shown the imposing invitation card, put on a calculated display of couldn't-care-less, telling us we could park in the street, if any space could be found. This may be all right for the exhibitors who are at the Show in the hope of making money and whose vehicles, along with those of the Federation's Council, occupy all the limited official parking space anyway but it is poor treatment of those invited to attend it because they can provide free column inches which should bring more people through the turnstiles and help to sell the wares exhibited. Earls Court is so awkward to go to by road that we shall never visit another exhibition there except for the Motor Show, and that under duress.
Bearing the Thames Vintage Boat Club plaque no. Minnie Shoo Shoo was used right up to as a hire boat firstly probably in Goring at the Hobbs yard and then in Staines. Fortunately she was saved from the bonfire in by the venerable Fred Bourne who was so instrumental in organising the early Thames Traditional Boat Rallies.
However many items claimed were as a direct result of poor quality control in the Fairline building programme. For more information contact European Marine Services Ltd. During her early years she was owned by Lord Northampton, her longest owner to date, and was later used for charter in the Mediterranean where she entertained the likes of Prince William of Gloucester.