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Old 06 June 2008, 09:39   #1
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Channel Islanderss help please

Can anyone in Jersey or Guernsey please keep a lookout for a Starlght 35 yacht called Stardust of Hamble.
Please do not go out of you way to find it, because this is a revenge mission on Jimbo. He and his students have been trying to wind me up this morning.
You will not be able to miss Jimbo, he is the looking single bloke on a yacht with 3 women.


If you do meet up with them on or before Sunday 8 June 2008, please could you gIve Jimbo the following message, preferably when the rest of the crew are listening.

"Your girlfriend is trying to get hold of you via RIBNet, she says "The test has come back positive."

Many thanks
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Old 07 June 2008, 01:30   #2
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The yacht has AIS onboard and should show up-I've seen it on there before. Can't find him at the moment though.
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Regrettably Mr Halliday didn't count on free WiFi in St Peter Port! The crew did have a chuckle about that though, nice one!

Nos - that was a different yacht, one called Trinco of Haslar, this one hasn't got AIS on board unfortunately.

I'm sat in the sunshine at St Peter Port, while the crew get some R&R before planning a little night jaunt out. I hate my job!

I did see Storm Breaker (presumeably Paul Beurain's new boat) in Alderney while we were in Braye Harbour - lousy phone on the blackberry but got a couple of shots.
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I did see Storm Breaker (presumeably Paul Beurain's new boat) in Alderney while we were in Braye Harbour - lousy phone on the blackberry but got a couple of shots.
Saw Storm Breaker the week be for last in Salcombe it was moored up near my boat, looks like a nice bit of kit!
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Nos - that was a different yacht, one called Trinco of Haslar, this one hasn't got AIS on board unfortunately.
That'd be why then...got confused because you were up the Hamble when I saw you on the AIS.
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Regrettably Mr Halliday didn't count on free WiFi in St Peter Port!
Doohhhooo..........
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