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Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by kach22i, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. hoytedow
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    Cows can't read.
     

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  2. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    Somewhere in Flanders . . .


    ---> 51°15'53.9"N 3°17'43.1"E = the Damme Canal just South of... De Siphon


    Pretty much swim wake there . . :eek:


    26 juli 2016 - DAMSE VAART VISSEN: IN HET ZOG VAN LAMME GOEDZAK = July 26, 2016 - DAMME CANAL FISHING: IN THE WAKE OF LAMME GOEDZAK

    Lamme Goedzak (raderboot = paddle boat) Damme - Bruges - - | - - Legend: Till Eulenspiegel ---> Lamme Goedzak - - | - - Bruges


     
  3. kach22i
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    Maybe I should have posted this in the "End of the World - What Type of Boat Do You Want" thread?

    01/17/17
    UNESCO joins Energy Observer, the first hydrogen ship
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    More here, but it's in French.

    http://www.energy-observer.org/#home

    Nice images though.
     
  4. kach22i
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    01/11/17
    NORWAY: Vard to Build Two LNG Ferries for Torghatten
    Nordhttp://www.cruiseshipportal.com/news/cruise-news-from-2017/january/
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    http://www.multi-maritime.no/portfolio-item/mm125fd-lng-2/
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  5. brian eiland
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    Perhaps what you needed was this rig for that vessel, just a bit taller...just kidding you
     

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  6. kach22i
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    Updated : February 13, 2015
    Vega Electric Supercar in Sri Lanka: Colombo based tech firm builds 900HP electric Supercar named Vega
    http://www.oncars.in/car-news/vega-...uilds-900hp-electric-supercar-named-vega/6109
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  7. brian eiland
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  8. brian eiland
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    Now if it just had a sailing rig to extend its range even greater.

    Wonder it there is a way to get a translation via computer resources??
    Brian
     
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  11. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)



    1. - start video - - click on the sreen -

    2. - look at the bottom bar - - to see the bottom bar: move the mouse cursor over the screen, while the video is playing -

    3. - click 4th button from the right = subtitles - - wait for speech for the subtitles to show up -

    - subtitles on = red notification under the 4th button from the right -

    4. - click 3rd button from the right = select language - - and a few more setting options -
     
  12. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    Install an automatic translator on your computer, and you'll have a translation button in the top bar on your screen.

    Or go to: https://translate.google.com/ ---> Insert the text to be translated in the left window, select the languages above the left and right window.

    Or: Insert the URL of the webpage to be translated in the left window, select the languages above the left and right window, click the translate button above the right window.

    Example: http://www.energy-observer.org/ - ---> - beware, automatic translators make mistakes, especially in jargon - --->

    | - Automatic translation in English - | - Automatic translation in Swahili - | - Automatic translation in Korean - | - Automatic translation in Thai - | - Automatic translation in Russian - |
     
  13. brian eiland
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    THANK you Angelique.

    I'm going to give those methods a try-out a little later today
     
  14. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Old Woodbutcher

    Re the video, a linguistic question: Would "autour" usually be written "au tour"?
     

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