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photoblog image ....Boat Friday, Belfast, Maine....

....Boat Friday, Belfast, Maine....


This is how it works. LINK

....Boat Friday, Belfast, Maine....


This is how it works. LINK

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  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 17 Jan 2020, 01:06
So amazing.
Picturit: Don't you just love it. These are indeed amazing things to me, Bonnie.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Jan 2020, 01:42
A Boat Cradle...what a clever idea.
Picturit: Indeed, Ray. And I love the technology behind it.
C'est une position inhabituelle pour un bateau.
Picturit: Indeed but so handy to clean or repair, Martine.
These things are great, one lives down the street from our U.K. place.
Picturit: Frank, these things highly interest me. If I lived close to this place I would be found here on a regular basis.
Wow - that is soooo coool!!!!
Picturit: So simple ans so amazing, don't you think, Elizabeth.
I love all these port machines that always remind me of my Brittany that I miss so much. Very nice framing. Have a good day !
Picturit: I can imagine that you miss Brittany so much, Marie. Beach, sea, boats, it is just another world. But then, living in the mountains has its charme too. You live now more inland, to the east of France?
  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Jan 2020, 06:31
A very interesting video Astrid. These people must be very rich!
Picturit: They are, Chris. If you buy a boat it is not the boat alone you buy. You have to have location dock, that cost rent, maintenance, insurance, fuel. And time to sail it..... Sometime I come into a harbour for "normal boats" and when I see the amount of ships and the seize, people complain all the time, well if you can afford a boat, then there is nothing wrong with you, money-wise... wink..
That was really impressive to watch, Astrid. WOW. So glad you captured it!
Picturit: I never had seen a trolley like that up-close, Ginnie. We use a crane as boat lift. This fascinated me to no end.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Jan 2020, 07:06
Oh, de yacht van Astrid is ook erbij. Een fijne observatie!
Picturit: Ja, die ligt voorlopig in de winterstalling..... in het voorjaar gaan we er weer op uit wink....
Nous avons le même par chez nous et j'aime beaucoup le regarder travailler ..Belle prise de vue
Picturit: Don't you just love it, Claudine. I can watch this for hours.
Clever bit of kit!
Picturit: I thought so too, Bill. Highly fascinating.
Jij hebt een mooi bootje uitgezocht om meteen mee te nemen smile
Fijn weekend
Picturit: Er was keuze genoeg, Marjolein. Leuk om naar te kijken smile.
Jullie ook een goed weekend, ik stap zo op de fiets richting Biesbosch.
Geweldig fimpje en ook met gevaar voor eigen leven opgenomen ;-0
Picturit: Marjolein, ik kwam dit filmpje nog tegen..... ik denk dat die mevrouw bij de inventaris hoort, wink.... dit is voor de super rijken...
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 17 Jan 2020, 08:13
It never occurred to me that boats could be transported thus
Picturit: Yes, indeed, Lisl. It is amazing what they invented.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 17 Jan 2020, 08:39
That is a huge vehicle if you look at that lady against the tyres Astrid.
Picturit: This one is supper big and in the link you see even a bigger vehicle, Chad....Unreal what they can handle.
  • jpla
  • Anjou
  • 17 Jan 2020, 08:46
Assister à  cette transhumance doit être impressionnant
Picturit: JP, I can watch this kind of actions all day. Highly fascinating.
  • willy
  • Belgium
  • 17 Jan 2020, 11:32
met de grote middelen Astrid

altijd indrukwekkend om dit te zien

knappe foto en interessante video..

op naar een fijn weekend
Picturit: Dit is altijd zo mooi om te zien, Willy. Wij hebben hier scheepswerf Damen, die hebben 1x per jaar een open dag. Dat is altijd een feest om naar toe te gaan.
A impressive image. Friendship
Picturit: Thank you, Ruthie. These are big vehicles.
That is an amazing bit of kit, I bet it costs quite a bit to get the use of that.
Picturit: Brian, I think everything that has to do with nautical stuff cost tons of money....
This is the boat in the LINK video.
Another new boat, Astrid! I don't know how you afford it! smile
Picturit: HA, they come an go, this one is sold already, making it possible to get something bigger.... wink
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Jan 2020, 17:29
Now wouldn't be great driving of those; all done by remote control I see. I enjoyed the video.
Picturit: I saw them manoeuvre the thing with that remote. what a toy to play with, Alan.
This is the boat in the link...
i like your boat Astrid... this is a good crane/trailer for taking big boats out of the water... good Boat Friday....petersmile
Picturit: Thank you, Peter. These things are just amazing and handled by remote.
That's some impressive engineering, Astrid! What a great shot smile
Picturit: Thank you, Martin. Everything nautical is impressive to me.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Jan 2020, 21:38
It is delivering new boats to the sea. It must be some kind of a stork.
Picturit: grin... I love your imagination.... that must be then one "hellofa" stork...
Fascinating video!
Picturit: Thank you, Tom. I can be at this place all day and watch them work.

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