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How does NCIS special agent Gibbs get those boats out of his home's basement?
On the popular series NCIS, special agent Leroy Jethro
Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon, has built several boats
down in his basement. There appears to be two small
windows but no doors other than at the top of the stairs
and several characters on the show frequently ask this
same recurring question.
He may have alluded to burning one after divorcing a
wife it was named after, referred to breaking the bottle
and told the son of a marine about possibly tearing
down a wall as various solutions. In one episode, two
people are found drifting aboard the ship he named
after his daughter Kelly, which means at least one of his
hand built vessels was successfully launched.
So how did he do it? Don't know the answer, but ...
|Here's how you can get a boat into your basement or home,
not have to build it in place and be able to move it.
As a home bar :)
Well, half a boat anyway. They won't float
but our marine inspired home bars retain
as many nautical design elements as
practical while being fully functioning
indoor pub bars for home entertaining.
Handcrafted by artisans in the USA out of
steam bent solid mahogany & other fine
hardwoods. Luxury bar furniture will add
sophisticated elegance to your home and
is destined to be cherished for
generations. Plus, you can dream about
being on the water while enjoying your
favorite liquid refreshments. Barina Craft's
nautical boat bars are in from the outdoors.
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