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  • Storybook Canal Boats

    I noticed when I was in DLR last week that all the boats say registered in Denham - Is that a place? an inside thing? anyone know?
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    Like the Cruise Ships...To avoid US rules and regs???

    LOL

    Good question!

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      I'm not going to let this die - I've been searching the web and found a Maurice Denham that worked on the Disneyland t.v. series.

      There's a Denham boat harbor in Australia - Denham Springs, LA has a bunch of wooden boat makers -

      does anyone have any idea???? Where's Kevin Yee when you need him!
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        Re: Storybook Canal Boats

        Have you tryed calling disney customer service?

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