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Old 07 February 2011, 15:05   #31
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Town: Newfoundland
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Good grief. I appear to work for a sponsor for this enterprise. Is everyone who's logo is on the sponsors page a bonafide sponsor then?

Best of luck anyway. I see you route doesn't touch this part of the world but maybe your shakedown cruise will?

Out of the fog......
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Old 08 February 2011, 02:30   #32
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Town: Portsmouth
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Hi Alan. I guess you have changed employers since we last met? We have their equipment which we change from boat to boat depending on where we intend to end up etc. Still sorting out $1500 worth of "Trying to connect" charges from the indian ocean when the footprint didnt cover that area and no one told me, got charged a $1 everytime we hit the "Connect button"!!!! for something that wasnt there!!! apart from that I am confident of them as a supporter. Are you and Laura well? In answer to the other part of your question, yes everyone is in. Cheers Alan P

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Old 11 February 2011, 17:56   #33
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Round the world

Hello Alan, what an adventure.
Hope it works out, all the best.

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Old 29 October 2011, 05:40   #34
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Whale of a time

Nice to see Charles Stewart of Redbay Powerboating on the crew of Goodheart. Pic of Alan & Charles at yesterday's announcement in sponsors Whale Pumps HQ in Bangor, NI. [Thanks to the guys at Whale for the tour and hospitality. Hands up who knew that Whale pumps are designed and manufactured in Bangor, Co. Down?]

Professional firefighter, RNLI Helm/Mechanic, Commercial Yachtmaster Power and all round generally sound lad, Charles is a good pick. I suspect that he is a very calm head in a "bit of a situation"....

...just don't put salt & vinegar on his chips
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