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Old 14 August 2012, 05:58   #11
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and on a main transverse beam in the Engine room.....

Poor engineers forgotten about as usual.. :-)

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Old 14 August 2012, 06:02   #12
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Poor Ginger beers..........
Bloody Rock Dodgers......:-)

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Old 14 August 2012, 06:04   #13
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Dont really want to get into the old oil and water thing but......

Anyway no such difference on a RIB.
(unless I take my wife who will ALWAYS be right!)
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Dont really want to get into the old oil and water thing but......

Anyway no such difference on a RIB.
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Lol, were drifting from the op here a bit but when are you actually due home anyway?


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Old 14 August 2012, 07:03   #15
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Lol, were drifting from the op here a bit but when are you actually due home anyway?


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Old 14 August 2012, 10:00   #16
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interesting thread nik
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When attended the old commercial fishing school in Grimsby way back in 1974 we did a subject on this , seem to remember the smallest bold letters of a name couldn't be less than 4 inches tall but that was for such things as ships lifeboats or small commercial inshore fishing boats . Seem to remember also having to have a white background for black letters and vice versa ,
Think lifebelts had to have a minimum of 3 inch high letters,
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Old 14 August 2012, 16:55   #18
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Names don't mean anything unless the boat is on the small ships register, then they have to be unique to a given port, that's where you have a town name under the boat name - there is no requirement to register a vessel unless you have finance then the finance company will insist on it.
It is Part 1 registration that requires a unique name, many names are duplicated on the SSR.
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