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Old 02 July 2013, 17:44   #41
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Originally Posted by Landlockedpirate View Post

I would check your insurance as well, most policies exclude claims if the boat is left unoccupied at anchor.
Do check your policy wording before you leave it, if in doubt call them and ask about it

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Old 02 July 2013, 18:40   #42
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Originally Posted by Mollers View Post

I've been on a couple of Rib nob gang 'parties'. It's starts with "Yep, we'll be there, but actually we wont" or "we don't have enough fuel to go all the way around", then "I'll have a half of lager as long as it's not my round" usually ending with "we'll be having a fish and chip supper and and early night back at the tent".

Rock and roll it sure aint.
I couldn't make it, mun.

I did make it though to the much publicised 'Dale Weekend' organised by the 'Knot Yets' (remember them?), who didn't actually turn up themselves!

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