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Old 16 October 2012, 14:58   #51
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Originally Posted by m chappelow View Post
It's bad enough taking on the responsibility of towing someone else's craft
If the vessel in question has a VHF then your best shouting them on CH16 and asking them to accept responsibility for the tow, that way if you do sink em they should be a recording of it on CH16.

The above is what we're told to do with the RNLI, if the vessel to be towed doesn't have a VHF we lend em the handheld.

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Old 17 October 2012, 13:40   #52
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Originally Posted by willk View Post
Telling an Ebay boater that you're having their craft will most likely land you in the poo instantly
Not if you happen to have a wheel brace onboard!

Standard boating equipment!!
Any meaning read into my message is the product of your own mind...
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Old 17 October 2012, 15:28   #53
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Whilst we are discussing PWCs, this looks fun

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