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    Posted: 11 Nov 2012 at 9:38am
I know there's a long-running thread in the Kafeneon about the TV programme Corfu A Tale of Two Islands, but I haven't seen many Paxos people post on it, so I don't know how many of us are watching it.   Anyway, for those that may have missed it, one of the people featured in this week's episode took a trip over to Paxos and ended up in the Roxy Bar.  It's only brief, but I dare say Malcy will replay it a few times Wink  You can download past episodes here:-
 
I wasn't lost - I was just taking an interesting detour!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Nov 2012 at 9:40am
Oh, I forgot!  The person concerned was travelling in what was described as the fastest boat in Corfu, so doubly interesting for Malcy Big smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Nov 2012 at 3:15am
Elaine - That is one smooth mover, rather like myselfCool
I could live with it, cruising and posing through Gaios then over to Anti Paxos for lunch.
But it's not got the same appeal as a Brava 16 looked after by Spiros and the boys and Mrs Malcy tells me off if I go too fast for too long!!
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Nov 2012 at 10:03am
Yes, there was definitely a touch of the James Bonds there Cool  Dunno about telling you off though, at that speed I'd be cowering and blubbering in the bottom of the boat DeadCryEmbarrassed
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Nov 2012 at 4:55pm
Originally posted by Malcy Malcy wrote:

Elaine - That is one smooth mover, rather like myselfCool
I could live with it, cruising and posing through Gaios then over to Anti Paxos for lunch.
But it's not got the same appeal as a Brava 16 looked after by Spiros and the boys and Mrs Malcy tells me off if I go too fast for too long!!
 
 
Very smooth and clearly still got his priorities right - beautiful fast boat, leaves the partner at home whilst he slums it in Corfu and 'may' think of settling down and buying something slower and more befitting family life >>> (or maybe later Wink)
 
This was the second brief glimpse of Paxos in this series - as all of us addicted to our special place will know!
 
Dont think Spiros (and certainly not Mrs M - or Mrs B !) would enjoy filling up the fuel tank; most probably burns around 250 litres an hour at speed Cry
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Nov 2012 at 12:04pm
"Dont think Spiros (and certainly not Mrs M - or Mrs B !) would enjoy filling up the fuel tank; most probably burns around 250 litres an hour at speed "
 
Hi Jeff - I don't think you are far wrong there.  I had a conversation about the fuel burn of Rory's boat during the summer and remember thinking that it used more fuel per hour than a twin engined Cessna that I used to fly in;  that burned 20 gallons per hour (90 litres) per engine - and that was at 200 knots.
 
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