Moody Self Isolating?

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marisca
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Moody Self Isolating?

Postby marisca » Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:58 pm

"High Spirits of Lorn", a Moody, is continuing to meander around the Clyde. Arrochar, Lochgoilhead have been visited at the weekend; last night was Millport and now she is rounding Garroch Heads heading west. My best charitable thought is that she is a solo live-aboard evicted by some marina and is looking for somewhere to be and is being moved on. My uncharitable version is someone ignoring the advice and just cruising. I have the vicarious hope that she continues to transmit AIS.

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Re: Moody Self Isolating?

Postby marisca » Mon Mar 30, 2020 2:29 pm

It would appear my first explanation is closest. Apparently a winter live-aboard. I fear my envy was showing!

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Re: Moody Self Isolating?

Postby wully » Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:27 pm

Must be a Moody thing - there is someone living aboard a Moody here. Must be purgatory being stuck in a marina after a miserable winter with the good weather we’re having.


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