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Old 29 August 2009, 17:18   #1
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rya pb2 thames

I have a v.high end client who has his overseas London office in Canary Wharf. He is very keen on doing an rya pb2 on the 14th-15th Oct. Any centre recommendations very welcome.

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Only a few centres on the Thames offer PB.

Try Chas Newans Marine at Putney. There is a place near Marlow that is quite good as well. Not sure about the name of the place.

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Only a few centres on the Thames offer PB.

Try Chas Newans Marine at Putney. There is a place near Marlow that is quite good as well. Not sure about the name of the place.

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Chris could this be the one for Marlow- I know them and the shore based is very good
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New Powerboat Training Centre.

As of Yesterday, Allhallows Yacht Club was accredited as both a shorebased and afloat Powerboat Training Centre for:

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They are just the ones I can remember!!

Nice to have some good news out of the club.

Well done to John Gore for all his hard work in getting the accreditation

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There's 2 I know of and would recommend - Chas Newens in Putney and Bill Nandris at the London Powerboat school. He operates out of Trinity Buoy wharf, near canary wharf so may be closer?
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