Jack Halford : New blazer, sir?
D.A.C. Robert Strickland : Yes, yes, do you like it?
Neville Sweeting : They chuck one of those at every president of the yacht club.
Jack Halford : You're the new president?
D.A.C. Robert Strickland : Yes. Yes, didn't I tell you? There was some talk about Lawrence Fisher taking the helm, but it was felt he was a little too close to, uh, recent events.
[looks at watch]
D.A.C. Robert Strickland : Have to dash. Club committee meeting. Time and tide wait for no man, not even the president.
Jack Halford : What a total sh...
Jack Halford : How can Strickland afford to keep a boat in a place like this?
Brian Lane : Yeah, I couldn't afford to fish in it.
Gerry Standing : When I was a kid this whole place was a toilet. Literally. Few yards down the road, the biggest sewage plant in Bermondsey.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman : Thanks for that precise mental image, Gerry.
Jack Halford : Does he have to drag us all the way out here?
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman : I think it's very nice of him actually to take us for a bit of a sail. It's his way of saying thank you for all our hard work.
Gerry Standing : I prefer 'ard cash.
[they start down the ramp]
Gerry Standing : Ooh dear, be careful.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman : Shut up.
Jack Halford : Which one is Strickland's?
Brian Lane : G7. It must be the mooring number.
Jack Halford : Ah. G9. G8.
[pointing to a large yacht]
Jack Halford : Ah, must be this one.
Gerry Standing : Blimey!
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman : Wow!
D.A.C. Robert Strickland : [from the next boat] Ah! Welcome aboard the 'Last Minett'.
Gerry Standing : He's having a laugh, isn't he?
Jack Halford : I've seen bigger bathtubs.