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Old 13 May 2004, 12:35   #31
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No, its not. We even let scousers come out with us.

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P.S Rogue Wave. You're a nob. You drive about the Solent with bits falling off all your boats and then expect everyone to take your advice. Tut Tut.

Now that's a rave from the Grave ! The only bits that are gonna be falling off my bote are from Jetski's that Bugle Billy is going to draw in through it's water intakes.

Grandmaster don't listen to DM he's just a bit annoyed with me cos his grandson looks a lot like me
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Old 14 May 2004, 10:50   #32
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The call sign goes with boat, not yourself or the radio.

You register a radio or radios for to vessel.
You can register a hand held for use on more than one boat. In this case you will not get a call sign, you would use the call sign for the boat you were on at the time.
Not strictly true, Mark. Although you're correct about the licensing of fixed radios and a handheld/transportable as a second radio to the fixed one, you can license a handheld independently which is not designated to any particular craft. In this instance, it is given a T registration.
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Old 14 May 2004, 13:37   #33
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Not strictly true, Mark. Although you're correct about the licensing of fixed radios and a handheld/transportable as a second radio to the fixed one, you can license a handheld independently which is not designated to any particular craft. In this instance, it is given a T registration.
What I type (tripe) is not always what I mean. You are quite right Richard. However there is no call sign alocated to a transportable (T) set's registration.
Just a thought. What will happen when DSC hand helds become common. Will the MMSI no. have to be registered to the set or remain with the boat? I see more paperwork on the horizon.

Also if you stick to using M & M2 only you do not need an opperators certificate, which has always seemed odd to me.
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