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Old 17 September 2004, 10:00   #1
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Opps!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/h...re/3665580.stm

Insurance claim already by the looks of it.
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Old 17 September 2004, 10:14   #2
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If the anchor was dragged ONLY due to strong winds this can be considered to be an Act of God which from what I know is not an insurable risk.

If again it was dragged due to crew negligence (i.e. the crew didn't make sure that it was secure and therefore it dragged) and if crew negligence is insured by the owners and is also proved that this was the case they may have a claim.

An unfortunate incident
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You'll get told off for calling this thread "Oops!"... not politically correct, don't y'know! (I can get away with anything by using a )
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"Oops!"... not politically correct,
It will get to the stage where we can't say anything soon



Might be a good idea for some ?
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It's closer than you think!! http://www.boatmadforum.co.uk/showth...highlight=oops
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Might be a good idea for some ?
Only if you care whether you have the USELESS GREEN BLOBS or not
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Interesting posts by you that night Richard B. You upset a few people.

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.......and as you see I do not give a S@#$ whether I have 2 , 3, 100 green blobs which as a matter of interest I call THE 'EXPERT' TALKING C@#$ BLOBS
As you say in Britain SMALL THINGS PLEASE SMALL MINDS
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by posting a link to this thread :

http://www.boatmadforum.co.uk/showth...highlight=oops

Are you seeking to highlight your 'Ice Kiddie' troll postings (which sought to discredit fellow RIBsters, RIBnettters and recent RIB cruises including the Round Ireland trip) to coincide with Fiona's visit to Britiain?

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