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    Post  Tom(ADMIN) Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:21 am

    The crew of the Neptune had filed a complaint that their outside vision was impaired due to the lack of external lighting...management had to take urgent steps to comply with their request.

    Recently fitted are four forward facing 20mm diameter 6volt HiViz LED floodlamps, and to be fitted in the very near future are two side mounted 10mm downward facing 6volt HiViz UltraBrite spotlights.

    The crew are now happy with the external illumination and are preparing for a deep dive to explore the bottom of the bath.

    A recently received complaint from the electrical department about the poor state of the forward wiring is to be addressed as soon as possible. The words "Health and Safety" were heard to be muttered...




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