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Old 24 June 2009, 16:31   #11
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Should cover it . Again I'm lucky in that the mooring had chain on the bow lead boy. What gets me is sticking it all in bow after I've cleaned the boat !
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Old 24 June 2009, 16:40   #12
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Lol my old boat has ended up in a few different things photos, painting etc.
Mines moored on the new small boat moorings so I'm out of line of the beck when it does come down after heavy rain, on the downside my boat is the first to get hit by waves.

A nice painting of my old boat and how it really looked lol.
bet captain cook never had any bother with his mooring there lol
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Old 24 June 2009, 16:42   #13
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Nah he paid the rip off fees in Whitby!
I'm paying peanuts for the entire year.
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Nah he paid the rip off fees in Whitby!
I'm paying peanuts for the entire year.
ah but he got his come- uppance with them natives in the pacific .
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He did, I don't think mine will get that far!

Were you at Whitby Lifeboat Day? The William Riley was there.
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He did, I don't think mine will get that far!

Were you at Whitby Lifeboat Day? The William Riley was there.
no but i lent them me stormy stan outfit though ,lol
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If using a carabiner, suggest you use a screwgate crab rather than just rely on the spring to keep it closed

This what I use. No probs at all with it
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Old 25 June 2009, 01:27   #18
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Thanks for all the advice, I'll get some with the screws on whilst I'm away.
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