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Old 10 August 2010, 15:30   #11
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SR there's a problem with your link (it points to a user profile not a thread). I suspect the thread is also out of date as S.Horizon have recently launched this in the UK with much advertising etc having recently gained approval.
Polwart you are quite right, standard horizon have produced the HX851E , a handheld WATERPROOF VHF/GPS that is DSC type approved, was released last month.
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Old 10 August 2010, 15:35   #12
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Sorry chap, the place is full. No room at the inn.

Try West Wales, I've heard that they have a few vacancies.
NO WAY i've had the campsite at Carbis Bay booked or nearly 12 months, will be launching from Hayle and hopefully Penzance while there. Anyone about end of August?

Best wishes

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PS: I may also make the odd visit to the Sloop Inn at St. Ives
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I thought I was quick removing the link, but you must have been sitting on the thread. Is there a way to copy and paste threads as links into replies?
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Old 10 August 2010, 16:16   #14
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Is there a way to copy and paste threads as links into replies?
If you have a thread open then just copy and paste from the address bar. If you've not opened the link then right click on the TITLE of the thread and "Copy Link Location" (note this is in Firefox, IE/Chrome etc may use slightly different names) - then paste in your reply. I suspect this is what you did but you right clicked on the "thread starter" rather than the title.
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