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Old 07 March 2007, 23:04   #11
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t shirts

Be interested in a few medium and a couple large t shirts
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Yes, there's a good chance. Particularly if a few more people express an interest!

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I would say polo shirts are a good idea...
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OK, looks like polo's will be on the list

Here's what the burgee (posh name for flag) will look like.

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Windproof fleece for me and a burgee please. Thanks John. :
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polo shirts sound good
would also be up for a t-shirt & a burgee (plus freebie sticker of course!)

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OK, looks like polo's will be on the list

Here's what the burgee (posh name for flag) will look like.

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Is the Burgee motif printed or sewn on ?

The last ones faded badly.
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Printed, so that it reads correctly on both sides. The blue border will be sewn on.

I wouldn't recommend leaving them exposed the the elements 24/7 but for normal use I expect them to last very well.

They are from a specialist company, and when I asked about durability this was the answer: "We make the best burgees around. I would guess that one flying on an RIB will last about a year if flown day and night. They will fade in time. You will start to see the beginnings of that in about 6 to 9 months. The flags on my boat are flown 24/7 and I replace them every spring and they are in a very windy area even when tied to the dock."

How's that sound?

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Thanks for the reply.
Is that "Thanks for the reply, that sounds great" or "Thanks for the reply, but I'm not impressed"?

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