DOES THE CHAIN FERRY IN PLYMOUTH COUNT AS SEA TIME?!

Discussion in 'The Gash Barge' started by horseshoof, Oct 8, 2009.

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  1. ITS ON A PARR WITH THE GOSPORT FERRY SO I'D SAY IT DOES. IF SO IS THERE A SECTION ON JPA TO ADD MY TRIPS TO MY LSSA?!
     
  2. No it doesnt count as its a river ferry unlike the Isle Of Wight Ferry.Sorry try again.
     
  3. HOW ABOUT A TOUR AROUND HMS VICTORY....MAN THAT WAS A ROUGH DAY ON THE OGIN!
     
  4. What about passing the gravy boat,does that count?
     
  5. Plym / Tamar / Lynher are classed as "Floating Bridges".

    The Cornish reckon that the chains are only there to anchor God's Country to Ingerland. :thumbright:

    RM
     

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