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Old 23 May 2003, 05:36   #111
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Unusually for a Welshman, I desparately want to give JK money!! Don't know how much or where to send it though. Please advise?

RIBnet is flying just under my Draig Goch.
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Old 23 May 2003, 06:13   #112
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"RIBnet is flying just under my Draig Goch."

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Dont you find that a bit inconvenient when walking round Sainsbury's though?
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Old 23 May 2003, 07:41   #113
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Another taffy on Ribnet

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My boat currently flies the three legs, but I'll be looking for a dragon now!

My old venture scout unit was 'Y Ddraig Goch' - Still have the shirt & badge somewhere.
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Old 23 May 2003, 13:20   #114
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According to the RYA no flag should be flown above a club burgee. So that puts RIBnet at the top, Red Ensign second (British registered vessels) and the rest after that.

and don't forget that any commissioned naval or military officer, any officer of Customs & Excise and any British Consular officer may board a boat, seize and take away the red ensign if its being flown incorrectly

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Old 23 May 2003, 14:18   #115
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So that puts RIBnet at the top
Untouchable!
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Old 27 May 2003, 12:43   #116
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I've had a new arrival

The burgee came today.

So thats me with vhf ticket, powerboat level 2, burgee and tons of those little things you can't live without. (Oh! except for the boat)
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Old 28 May 2003, 06:19   #117
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Stuart,
Many thanks for sending my burgee - It duly arrived last week, and I put your cheque in the post this morning.
See you out there!
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Old 28 May 2003, 06:43   #118
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Sorry forget to say, posted my cheque last week, you should have had it by now.
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My burgee has fallen apart.....
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Old 28 May 2003, 17:47   #120
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Charles, Maybe you should slow down to say 40knots or something, and take some strain off the poor thing

Do you leave the burgee permanently attached, or do you only put it on the boat when you go out? - I'm trying to rig something up at the mo so I can put the flags on easily whenever we go out, and obviously vice versa when we come back in.

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