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Old 05 June 2012, 17:02   #31
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Am I warm if I mention Pwllheli Mr T
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Old 05 June 2012, 17:05   #32
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No one was flying.... no more than 5 knots and yes we all make a mistake ...i was to busy talking so what i rock and it's costing me a few bob to put right but We still had a great day
Ouch!! sound like more than prop damage then Hope you can sort it but remember ... No More Talking you do enough on here
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Have you not damaged a prop before then .... And blamed a fookin tractor driver instead of admitting it was you ? Stop thread drifting man
Well you have got no excuse what with a fooking great Lighthouse and massive red buoy

All in the best possible taste Mr T... don't get you hair off
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If that is the BOAT that is kept in a SHED in Pwhelli NORTH WALES, I think you find that the engine is older than the boat and the trailer is a launch trailer & not road legal
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I know the boat well, it doesnt look like its been kept in side though, not many BOAT SHEDS in NORTH WALES.

I have to say the broker is normally very good, but RIBs arnt his thing, I can put you in contact with the owner direct if you wish.

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Not too sure how the RYA are responsible for making up rules on how boats are sold, here are the contact details for the BMF:

Marine House,
Thorpe Lea Road,
Egham,
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TW20 8BF

You can contact us via the following methods:

E-mail: info@britishmarine.co.uk
Telephone: 01784 473377
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Hi,

To answer HP's original question "does anyone know anything about this practice" I'd say that like most "good lies" it has some truth about it.

I guess a broker can pick and choose his own "terms and conditions" but to attribute them to the BMF, RYA, MCA, etc is goiung a bit far.

It is normal with a "brokerage boat" that a viewing is conducted (running the engine and getting a computer readout (cost 49) is normal at this time) and if the prospective purchaser wants to buy the boat they sunbmit and offer.

If the offer is accepted then contracts are sent out and (normally) a 10% deposit is paid (this should be held in the brokers "client account" until completeion) and a date set for the sea trial.

Once the contracts are signed and the deposit paid, the boat has in effect been purchased. The sea trial is to check that the boat is as described (everything works) and is sea worthy. Anything that is not working will have to be fixed (at the vendors expense) or an adjustment made to the purchase price. Worst case scenario, if the boat is a total "duff" the purchaser can withdraw from the deal and get their deposit back.

Assuming everything is OK, the balance is paid and the boat can be delivered to the new owner.

There are quite a few important "bits of paper" in this process (contracts, listing forms, bill of sale, etc) and hopefully using a reputable broker will ensure you get what you pay for and it's all done legally.

However, although there is a fairly well worn brokerage sale path, we always try and remeber that the easier you make it for someone to buy the boat - the more likely they are to buy it! - maybe the broker HP visited needs a little reminder of that?

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