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Old 15 December 2009, 06:33   #11
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Ian thanks for clarifying that. That suggests that an inland school could choose to include the tidal theory elements and it would qualify for coastal status - is that true? I guess what I was trying to say was - if the OP is interested in going to sea make sure that the school she picks will be covering the relevant stuff though.
If only life were that simple Neil. No, only schools on the sea can offer coastal courses. Your point is one I absolutely agree with though, and my view mirrors other threads on the go at the moment (that seem to be generating unnecessary amounts of heat), simply ...

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