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Uni: A Student Booze Cruise, Plymouth - 2nd May 1986

One of Plymouth's great bonuses is its coastal location and in particular the harbour (otherwise known asn Plymouth Sound) and the River Tamar. This makes the ideal venue for booze cruises, which are frequently held on the sightseeing boats that would ply their trade on summer days with the chant 'See the dockyard and the warships!'. There's not much more to it than stocking a boat with booze and packing in a bunch of piss-head students...

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previous album: Uni: Night and Day on the Barbican, Plymouth - 1st May 1986

Plymouth Hoe

The lighthouse on the end of the breakwater in Plymouth Sound

Unknown, Nick Aarons and Tim Collins

Dave Lock and Simon Bento

Simon Bento and Michael Bey

A couple of BABS students

Malcolm, the 'Dorchester Boy'

Dave Lock

Students on benches

The 'Roma of Dart' yacht with a brightly-coloured spinaker

F47 'Danae' - a Type 12 (Leander class) Frigate moored at Devonport Dockyard.

Mike Bey with his 80s-sci-fi series 'V'-inspired shades

Nick Aarons and friend

With only one bog on board, one of the lads improvises

Another mystery student

A bunch of fellow students

Nosher looks a bit nerdy, as the boat plies the waters of Cawsand Bay

Another nerdy Nosher pic

Dunwoody comes down stairs with a pint

Mike Bey and his 80s 'V' shades again

Malcolm

Dave Lock gets hot under the collar

Malc and Mike and a boatload of students

Tim Collins and friend

Ian Dunwoody peers out to sea, whith his favourite Maggie Thatcher 'We Are All Prostitues' t-shirt

The village of Cawsands, out on the Rame Peninsula (thanks to Owen for the tip-off)

Another view of Cawsands

Piles of students

The two Tamar bridges: Brunel's railway version just in front

The Tamar road bridge

Nosher in his SU bar-employee get up (a free John Smiths brewery v-neck)

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Plymouth Hoe