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Old 21 March 2005, 12:07   #21
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Hmm, I can see that Peter and I are going to have our work cut out!
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Old 21 March 2005, 13:10   #22
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I might have to go for my naval comanders jacket!
Call me Brooks, Jon Brooks!

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I like the cut of your jib Jon!

We will come accross to your boat for drinks at about 11 on the first morning

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Old 21 March 2005, 13:16   #23
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Just a thought, but you might want to check that your insuranse covers commercial work? and before anyone says it isn't work your are being supplied with some clothing and fuel. This will mean you are being paid! imho
Hope i am wrong though.
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I agree with Stuart best to contact your Insurers and at least make them aware of what your duties will be . I don't think it will be a problem but if the worse happened at least they have agreed upfront that your covered oh and get it in writing.
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Old 21 March 2005, 13:20   #24
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i belive the jackets are ...blue..gill style short jacket ....fleace lined waterproof
Yep signed up for this one, hope its not MOD issue Navy windproofs. There new ones aint to bad(gortex).
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Old 21 March 2005, 13:23   #25
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If anybody wants to lend me (trusts me with...) their 6m+ rib, I'd be more than happy to help out.

Also, should have available in Portsmouth 2 spare rooms by then (well, fratton actually) as will be renting a 3 bedroom house, with housemates off for summer, so if anyone wants a place to sleep, they are more than welcome.

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Old 21 March 2005, 13:29   #26
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I like the cut of your jib Jon!

We will come accross to your boat for drinks at about 11 on the first morning regards. Ian.
Ian, great idea ICOM sponsoring us with a daily rum ration to get the day off with a bang

Wots the dress for dinner? presumably its black tie, or mess dress with medals for retired peeps. Should be okay under the dry suit

Jason, being a poor charter boat skipper I will work for anyone for cash, absolutely no scruples, now must brush off that CV for David or Tim

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Old 21 March 2005, 13:53   #27
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Ian, great idea ICOM sponsoring us with a daily rum ration to get the day off with a bang

Wots the dress for dinner? presumably its black tie, or mess dress with medals for retired peeps. Should be okay under the dry suit

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Well Pete, being mere civilians I think that our motley crew will have to wear best dickie bow & daps. If you are an ex military cove, I suggest a trip to Thieves & Hawkes in Saville Row for a new number 1 uniform would be in order.

Now which way does one pass the port?

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i belive the jackets are ...blue..gill style short jacket ....fleace lined waterproof
Is that one per boat or one per person?
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