All we had to do was move the boat from the back garden to the front garden.
The boat has a 6' beam. The lane between the houses is about 6'10". Plenty of room.
The fun bit was the 4'-5' high wall running down the middle of the lane.
We had a short false start where we were still bolted to the ground (my Fault, sorry guys).
Then the 7 of us lifted the boat to shoulder height and manoeuvred it up over the wall (sorry about the plants Caroline.)
I somehow ended up standing underneath the upturned hull, with my shoulders to the frame. It was my first real view of the inside.
We did our best to cripple my soon to be wed brother, by trying to drag him across the wall through a bush, but he was having none of it.
The Herculean Effort culminated in The Lady Caroline* being man handled into place, in the front garden and then carefully flipped over.
So Thanks Guys, In Alphabetical order Alan, Andrew, Colum, Connor, Oliver and Peter.
And thanks Andy and Trish for letting us use your garden in the move. I hope Bonnie forgives us for locking her in the kennel throughout.
And thanks again to Caroline, my wife for putting up with this, the boat, the mess, the invasion of the house, the time spent, etc. etc. etc.
* The boat, not my wife.