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Old 17 August 2010, 17:05   #11
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Originally Posted by Nos4r2 View Post
Anchoring etiquette would be a good one to add in there too to prevent occurences like this:-
yes feel free to write one ....not my expertise ...i have a slipway etiquette, i will dig out and publish but its location specific was written after i was forced on rocks when launching boat! so guide was printed and put on club notice board! ...

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Thank you for doing this. I am about to undertake some commercial RIB work and I would hate to get things wrong. This is a great help, so thank you very much. Regards.

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Old 19 August 2010, 18:24   #13
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Originally Posted by willk View Post
How right you are. The locals on Tory are still looking for me
I suspect they are looking for you in relation to more than that

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