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Notner boats always travel backwards.
02 02 2010 John Victor Cooper

Notner boats always travel backwards.

River Notner

I have no idea why.
One suggestion I heard was, "Of course they do, they are a bunch of nutters".

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John Cooper09-Jan-2014 16:58
You got me beat Dave, I never heard of the River Tyme.
Dave Beedon09-Jan-2014 06:49
Is that the River Tyme?
1moremile11-Feb-2010 20:18
At least the cappy of that cruise boat has a platinum record to his name.
How many of us can claim that? Let's have a show of hands.
Dave Beedon06-Feb-2010 01:29
The engine mechanic working on the boat was using an out-of-date repair manual and accidentally switched two wires in the electrical control module. The person operating the boat thinks he is going forward.
1moremile04-Feb-2010 22:15
Dang. I thought all Notner boats had front wheel drive.
Neil Horner04-Feb-2010 22:07
You get a very impressive stern wave !
Jason Anderson04-Feb-2010 04:26
I think it's because they heard most collisions are head-on.
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