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Old 18 June 2008, 18:39   #21
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You were? He's on holiday - 2nd Cox probably. Was it the Y boat queries?

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Old 18 June 2008, 18:41   #22
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A few years ago my mates open wooden boat ,ran over a floating pot rope ,rope caught around the prop and with the forward momentum ,boat weight around 3tons ,pulls out the prop and shaft and bearing leaving a 4 inch hole in the boat if it wasent for the fact that he stuffed his shirt in the hole he would have drowned fortunatly he and boat were saved , but it was a close thing , eventually after a bit of a local inquest by the rest of our guys at the club the culprit was found the cheeky b.......,d said he was keeping the prop and shaft for compo for damaging his fishing gear, but with a bit of not so gental persuasion he gave it back .
Good to hear that Yorkshiremen still do thing "proper like"
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Old 19 June 2008, 07:20   #23
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You were? He's on holiday - 2nd Cox probably. Was it the Y boat queries?

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yes it was , its ,we are invited to the fire rescue service open day at the hq and i am taking the usual fundraising and beach safety stuff and this year my boat as a display saves driving 7o miles to borrow the publicity d class and was needing to know what you carry ect for a display board, thanks for the info. , [ps dont forget you had our last arun class at spurn we only have an atlantic 75 now . kindest regards to you all at humber ,martin
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I m guessing you re in Bradford then!

Did you manage to find all the info you were looking for?

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Old 19 June 2008, 09:52   #25
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I m guessing you re in Bradford then!

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yes thanks, i know they dont carry much yours is the only boat that carries one in our area. i dont live in bradford but i have been branch chairman for about 10 years now and i do sea safety and rnli education talks plus everything else in the area ,he was saying the old city of bradford 3 is up for sale that would be the last time you had a slipway boat ,think the arun c.o.b 4 was for sale at falmouth recently though its colour has, changed a bit since brian was cox. our present boat c.o.b5 is an atlantic 75 rib and is a relief boat so we dont get to see her that often , i usually boat at the other end of yorks the posh end at teesmouth , so dont get down to your bit often, kindest regards and thanks martin .
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