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Old 27 August 2005, 08:20   #1
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Humber 5.8m 115 -Yamaha 2 stroke -Chester/North Wales area

Found this on Yorkshire Divers, nothing to do with me but thought the community here wouldnt mind keeping an eye out

I've just been told that our club boat has been stolen, from the shop that it was in for repair at! The boat was stolen from the Chester/North Wales area.

The boat is a 5.8m humber, forward console, in line bottle rack, A frame with two dry-boxes and a 115 Yamaha 2 stroke. The tubes are slightly faded from the sun, and their is a gouge down the starboard side of the hull.

It was on a rather good roller trailer, with a distinctive extra launching/manouvering wheel behind the jockey.

As the boat had not been fixed, if anybody hears a shout involving a boat of this description with a siezed engine requiring a tow.......

I have a case of Scotch for anybody passing information leading to the recovery of the boat, or its sinking with the thieving bastards on board!

I am posting this in a purely personal capacity, and not at the clubs request.
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Old 30 August 2005, 11:36   #2
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