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Bottle 290 - 10 D 310
Date Added: 01 October 2005

A very different and unusual scene of a yacht or pleasure craft boat near land. The craft has 10 D 310 on the hull but the meaning is unknown. The hull is white with black on the top and has 5 portholes shown. The boats rudder and steering is clearly displayed. There is a large cabin on deck with several windows shown. Rising from the top of the cabin is a large mast with one yard and a rolled up. Another rolled up sail is in front of the mast. The sails are made from a plastic tube. In the water are 2 buoys. Ashore there are 2 nicely detailed outboard motor boats pulled up to a dock. There is a gray stone wall (made of Wood) with 2 sets of stairs going up from the piers. At the end of each set of stairs are 2 lamp posts, one set red and the other black. There are 2 nicely detailed painted houses each with detached garages. There are 7 large and bushy trees or shrubs. Between the houses is a in ground swimming wheel with a diving board. The blue sea and the green land is made from putty and built up on top of a large stack of hollow reeds which are clearly visible under the sea. Very unusual construction.
Type: Yacht   Maker's Name:
Category: Watercraft   Made Where:
Bottle Size: 11 1/2" x 6 1/2"   Year Made:
Bottle Type: 1 Gallon, Made in Canada  


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