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Old 17 September 2010, 04:10   #1
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I know it defeats the object!

It may be against the grain of sibbing?

But, do any of you with the bigger SIB's,.. 5metres + keep them on permanent moorings?


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Old 17 September 2010, 08:49   #2
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Doesn't have to be 5m +....
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Old 17 September 2010, 09:27   #3
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Originally Posted by springwell View Post
It may be against the grain of sibbing?

keep them on permanent moorings?

MOORINGS ! whatever next,,,, you will be telling us theres people driving them about on trailers ,,lol

i kept one ,a Humber 16 for about 8 months on a mooring ,dident leave the engine on it though as it would have been nicked ,
it got dirty really fast from seagull s,,,t and red dust fall out from the local steel and chemical works ,

for me there was no real advantage , i had to wade out to it anyhow and when the tide was out i couldent use it ,then put the engine and equipment back on it ,
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