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    The Windjammer Diner Bar Grill in Somers Point, New Jersey.

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    Piccadilly.
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    The Windjammer in Charleston, South Carolina.

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    Find an older ship than this if you can!

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    Plymouth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    The Windjammer Diner Bar Grill in Somers Point, New Jersey.

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    Ok now that we have Somers Point in the mix I will add several that I have been to. I have not been to the Windjammers (still too young for the general crowd there lol). My family often vacations in Ocean City where my sister in law has a beach house. It is just over a causeway from Somers Point, but it is a dry town so....


    The Anchorage Tavern
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    A kind of Tiki bar on a dock - Crabby Jack's

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    Thank you for joining in, Eric. Rob and I feel a bit lonely sometimes doing this thread. It is good that you have included places that you have visited. As you have probably guessed, most of the places I post are just photographs that I have found on the internet.

    The Windjammers Bar & Grill in Rochester, New York.

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    Pointon.
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    The Cod & Lobster at Staithes, Saltburn by the Sea.

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    Portabello Harbour Dublin.
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    The Royal Naval Reserve in Whitstable, Kent.

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    Borrowash.
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    Derby.
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    The Navy Bar Puerto Banus in Marbella, Spain.

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    Sheffield.
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    The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer in Bristol.

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    A couple of excellent "locals" for me and my friends in Bristol and on "The Plain" :)

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    The Navy Pub in Paris.

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    Whitstable.
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    The Navy Inn at Penzance, Cornwall.

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    Plymouth
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    Bennetts Navy Tavern in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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    Richmond.
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    The Army & Navy pub in Stoke Newington, London.

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    Rochford.
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    The Navy Pub in Lloret de Mar on the Costa Brava.

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    Rob, #1677 is the same as #1675.

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    So it is! I wonder how that happened Dave?
    I plead insanity.
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    The Spanish Galleon in Greenwich.

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    Chester.
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    The Galleon Inn at Starcross, Exeter.

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    Truro.
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    The Galleon Inn in Fowey, South Cornwall.

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    I have marched my Regiment down that street Dave. Fortunately I remembered to give the order to trail Pikes.

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    Fowey also has the Ship,

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    The Lugger,

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    and the Fisherman's Arms.

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    The Regiment did enjoy its visit.
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    Did your Regiment trail their pikes into the Galleon, Rob?

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    No but the very odd thing is that we did all go into the nearby Italian Resterante in Portobello for a meal on two consecutive years Dave.
    When I see you, remind me to tell you the yarn about Myself, a seagull, and a fish supper also brought about because of the said Italian eating house.

    I also forgot this pub from Fowey in my last post.

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    The safe Harbour.

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    Preston.
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    The Galleon Bar in Blackpool.

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    Royal Oak Tetbury.
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    The Galleon in Bournemouth.

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    The Galleon Inn in Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire.

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    Albion. West cliff Dover.
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    The Golden Galleon at Exceat, near Seaford, East Sussex.

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    Kilnhurst
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    The Galleon at Old Wolverton, Milton Keynes.

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    The Privateer.
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    Nova Scotia.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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