Whilst Strickland's friend Alistair Dudley is entertaining them on his cruiser at a marina, the team see Leanne Sweeting harangue another boat owner Lawrence Fisher. In 2001 a collision between a tug captained by Leanne's father Neville and a cruiser owned by casino boss Grant Milburn collided, killing five people including Milburn. Neville was blamed but Leanne believes Fisher sabotaged Milburn's boat, as they were business rivals. Certainly Fisher profited by the tragedy in business terms. Milburn was going to open another casino and his croupiers were also prostitutes, but the case is altered by the knowledge that Milburn's wife's lover was also on his boat and engaged in a brawl at the crucial moment.
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How can Strickland afford to keep a boat in a place like this?
Yeah, I couldn't afford to fish in it.
When I was a kid this whole place was a toilet. Literally. Few yards down the road, the biggest sewage plant in Bermondsey.
Thanks for that precise mental image, Gerry.
Does he have to drag us all the way out here?
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.
I prefer 'ard cash.
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