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Dubarry Nautical Crossword: Win A Pair of Commodore X LT Deckshoes in Our Online Competition HERE!

2nd December 2019
Enter the Afloat.ie online Crossword competition below to be in with a chance to win a pair of Dubarry deck shoes in this free to enter competition Enter the Afloat.ie online Crossword competition below to be in with a chance to win a pair of Dubarry deck shoes in this free to enter competition

Afloat.ie in association with Dubarry brings you a bi-monthly nautical crossword competition (No. 182). Win a pair of Dubarry Commodore X LT or Sailmaker X LT deck shoes!

Complete the crossword below and add your details below and the first correct entry out of the hat will receive a pair of Commodore X LT or Sailmaker X LT shoes. Entries to be received no later than midnight on February 1st 2020.

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Across

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Does only the uppermost part of this toy spin? (3)
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A lethal sea's turbulent in the capital of Florida. (11)
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The bachelor has a broken blue trinket. (6)
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Cello you reconstruct to give a rhyming Christmas wish. (4,4)
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Mr. Fawkes embraces a clergyman for a fish. (5)
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Considers that devilled emu eggs make sumptuous starters. (5)
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Set up for electrical use - how weird is that? (5)
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Now, trek out and make business connections. (7)
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It may contain many Christmas cards - from Pat's bog? (7)
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How the lawyer points is all part of the act. (5)
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Profits as gin is distributed. (5)
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One finds such manoeuvres in Fiji best. (5)
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Decoration that's more like a rivulet? (8)
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One is intent on having a good time here. (6)
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American bravery award for a card that has become discoloured? (6)
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The Age of the Eastern Artist. (3)

Down

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Winter pastime for one who is going downhill fast? (11)
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The fattest kind of fruit nuisance. (8)
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Not a short character, by this account. (5)
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Where the reader stood with the novice before the recent break-up. (7)
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Embarked on a voyage, but lost the head? No wonder one felt poorly! (5)
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Sister takes in a gold Banner for the cup-holder. (6)
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A seer with only one pupil. (3)
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Find part of the Atlantic as gases soar around. (8,3)
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A cardinal finds a Greek god some merchandise. (5)
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Motored right into a bird. (5)
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A typical Aussie Christmas feast involves cuba beer. (8)
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The clergyman finds a great lake for a daydream. (7)
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On reflection, it's fun sailing in this. (6)
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Delay giving the saint everything. (5)
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Beam when Josephine achieves a First. (5)
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Drink some interesting pinotage to begin with. (3)

Enter your Crossword Answers Now!

Please complete your details carefully as we will use them to contact you if you win. Good luck!

Crossword by Gordius

Published in Nautical Crossword
 
 

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