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Old 21 June 2013, 06:23   #21
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Old 21 June 2013, 06:47   #22
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Pint of Fosters please Peter. Pop in and pay up front for it at The George and I'll redeem the credit next time I am in there, which will probably be tonight or tomorrow....
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Old 21 June 2013, 07:09   #23
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Pint of Fosters please Peter. Pop in and pay up front for it at The George and I'll redeem the credit next time I am in there, which will probably be tonight or tomorrow....
haha - I keep crossing you on the river ( usually by the sailing club) - I wave like mad but it always seems a moment of you trying to get things sorted on your boat to be able to stop and say hi properly

( its hard to park the boat near the George - CC or boathouse is easier ! )
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Old 21 June 2013, 08:57   #24
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Make sure you have a fit bird on board...I'll be looking in your direction then.
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Old 21 June 2013, 10:52   #25
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OK - in the interest of openess my concern was around the seating in the Cobra used - which I have no problem with if used in the way they were intended etc etc ( I like Cobras - I think they are well built , solid & safe boats ) . I'd add my posts about kill cords were a joke due to the amount of kill cord posts going on - and that even my youngest is quite confident on a boat. I have no doubt at all about them being used in the charter industry - just in case that wasn't clear

A google of 'Charlie Hutton' - will explain all .

However I've swapped messages with Jonathan who was very reassuring about how things were conducted etc etc.

In summary I had a concern I felt was real & justified - however Jonathan has been in touch - all is good . He clearly runs a well established and responsible operation as does Kevin from Gunwharf . It was not a charter from Gunwharf - more of a pickup.

Case closed as far as I'm concerned - happy to buy a pint for Kevin / Jonathan - infact everyone on Ribnet should I ever get the chance to meet them - apart from 'that Timw' who I have PM'ed and asked to respond..... a true ribnobber ?
Thank you Peter - Much appreciated.

Have a great season out on the water all.

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