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    Posted: 04 January 2013 at 2:27am
Brave Challenger is currently at Saxon Wharf
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Trolling through my picture gallery I came across three pikkies that may be of interest.  None of them were taken with the boat in mind as you'll see, but interesting detail can be discerned.

With kind permission of Norrie Parton.





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And a voice said - Smile, for it could be worse.   So I smiled and behold, it got worse.
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Brave Challenger at her mooring courtesy of Rik Furnival;

Lucky the owner didn't see this ad;

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               Re close formation. This was practised to form one radar image. Now add 40 gallons of diesel and old engine oil to the exhaust blast . Lyme Bay has never been the same!! Ho Ho green people.

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Brave Challenger is currently at Saxon Wharf.I do not know what the status is with the Proteus change over
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The owner of brave challenger has purchased the Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret cross channel hovercraft for their Proteus engines, she is going for a full refit this year any people in the Southampton area know as to whether the refit has started yet she is a magnificent boat.

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          Hi All.

 I could be wrong but I have aquired a 1: 24 Percassa Which I am going to convert to Brave Borderer. So after doing some reserch into both boats I believe that the  boat on the starboard sode is a Percassa as built for the Danish Navy These boats had a wheel house built in front of and below the bridge also the exhausts were across the centre of the transom that is between the waterline and deck wheras the gas turbine braves  had the exhausts just below the deck.

                   Gegards Ted drum1

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Astounding !  -  Well found Christian, I wonder what the crew thought of it ?
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Hi Cresta

How about this for fun?!

Not close enough?......

Norwegian Navy,Tjeld Class,1963.Barking.

Regards,Christian

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