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Old 19 January 2003, 16:51   #1
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Hi

My previous RIB was owned three years , recent RYA advanced powerboat certificate& vhf certificate.
I'm looking to join up with an undercrewed boat for some cruising in 2003. Share of costs etc. can add experience and humour.

Its no excuse really, but I'll stick with it, we are having a new house build this year - and I've been told that 'kitchens-n- things' and locally quarried stone etc. cost alot, and that a new boat must wait to next year...

I've still got my Land Rover Td5 90 tow vehicle - just in case.

If interested please make contact via beaurain.family@virgin.net

I've put Plymouth forum meeting on the calander - to meet all you guys.

Paul
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Old 19 January 2003, 19:14   #2
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Hi Paul - welcome to the forum.

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Its no excuse really, but I'll stick with it, we are having a new house build this year - and I've been told that 'kitchens-n- things' and locally quarried stone etc. cost alot, and that a new boat must wait to next year...
Methinks you've been given some duff information and the Landy will suffer for not being able to tow a RIB. They are not too good at carrying "locally quarried stone" - tends to scratch the paintwork
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Old 20 January 2003, 04:36   #3
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G'day Paul
Good to have you on board. Why not join BIBOA and liase with Jim Macintosh as he is always in the know as far as 'crew members wanted' are concerned. I will keep you in mind when arranging some cruises.
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Old 20 January 2003, 04:39   #4
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Hi Paul

Your welcome to hop on with me at Plymouth if you wish.
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Old 21 January 2003, 13:30   #5
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My previous RIB was owned three years , recent RYA advanced powerboat certificate
Anyone in need of a crew I can vouch for Paul - He's been to us twice for his certificates and is a nice guy, it was a pleasure to have him on board for both the weekends.( And he stands his round at the bar!!! what more could you want )
However he really must get his priorities sorted out - new house or a new rib??mmmmm?
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Paul,

Look forward to seeing you in Plymouth.

You are welcome on board Cyanide there, or should you wish, come to Torquay and come down to Plymouth with the estimable Mr. Hart and myself, en-convoy with lots of other ribsters.
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Re: available crew

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I'm looking to join up with an undercrewed boat for some cruising in 2003. Share of costs etc. can add experience and humour.

Paul,
I am looking to do the Channel Islands Camping Cruise -see seperate thread for full details.

What crew I have at home are at this stage very reluctant to undertake this. Therefore I am looking for two crew to join me on my Ribcraft for the trip. I'll probably be looking to leave from Exmouth/Brixham with a total of four (including me) on board.

If you or anybody else has a serious interest in joining me on this cruise drop me a line and perhaps we can chat more in Plymouth.
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