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Old 27 December 2007, 05:43   #21
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Originally Posted by Chris View Post
Jim, I have recently done some work for a friend which involved speaking to a number of companies that hire Coxwains and Boatmen for rescue boats. Safe to say most of them pay considerably more than 10 an hour.

If you are prepared to put some time and money into getting trained up there is plenty of well paid work out there however a large amount of this is up norf so you will need to break out the thermal undies and be prepared to spend a lot of time away from home!

Thanks Chris,

Up norf and in thermals - puts the final nail in the coffin of that plan then

Seriously tho', it might be my marriage in the coffin!



I must go down to the sea again......
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Old 15 January 2008, 03:41   #22
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Originally Posted by The Garfish View Post
fuk mee thay wownt evun eet propperly att tenn pownds an hower.

thers jobbs onn de tems rivver att de mowmint adviRtized at 35-40K inn de pokkit les takks an a bunng forr me tellin yew wher de jobbs iz


You talking about Thames Clippers?

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