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Old 07 March 2010, 16:45   #1
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Having been out today (7/3/10) and got some very good photo's (thanks guys), I thought like Biff, I ought to come out!

Having bought Andre's fab boat, I am taking the plunge and starting a new business. We will be starting in April/May running 90 min tours of the Jurassic Coast from Poole Quay. Whilst a put a crude website together, a new all singing and dancing site should be up in next few days, have a look at;-

www.pooleseasafari.com

I would like to thank all those members on here who have been so supportive and helpful. Now all I need is a good summer and lots of bookings .....

And yes, I am upgrading to Trade member

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Old 07 March 2010, 18:26   #2
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Very impressive 250. I won't tease you about the mungo all-round navigation light you have on your A-frame (that being too obvious and all). I will however ask how you managed to get Clarkson to drive for you? Is he reasonable?
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Good luck Steve - fingers crossed we have a wonderful Summer
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Old 08 March 2010, 01:54   #4
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Good Luck with your new venture, Hope all goes well.
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Old 08 March 2010, 02:38   #5
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good luck with your venture, down at portland again at easter for the RYA see what i can pick up for you
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Old 08 March 2010, 03:10   #6
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All the best with your new venture Steve.

I'm sure you will, but please can you keep away from other boats that you can see are fishing. Sorry to moan but another outfit in that area seem to make a beeline for small boats and charge past at a ridiculous rate for no other reason than to demonstrate how fast they are?
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Old 08 March 2010, 03:52   #7
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Whilst a put a crude website together, a new all singing and dancing site should be up in next few days
Crikey, if that is the crude site I look forward to the dancing girls version.

Nice price point by the way, I reckon you will be kept busy.

What coding did you go for? Can you do high-speed lunch excursions to Alderney?
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What coding did you go for? Can you do high-speed lunch excursions to Alderney?
Went for Cat3 limited. Would love to do Alderney, everything is possible at the right price ....

Go on, I will bite Willk. What is the issue with the Nav light? I must be very ignorent ...

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The ribs for sure looks the part and I just love them all weather suits you got. The suits go well with the goggles

There is no question here - you have for sure got the best seasafari rib in UK. Best of luck with your venture
I also am confused with WILLKS comment about the top light - perhaps he took the scanner for the top light. and just in case somebody comes up with a comment that the scanner is low and will cook your brains, the radar is a broadband radar so emits less the 1/10 of what is emitted by a mobile telephone
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Can't see a problem with the all round white as long as its a metre above the side lights.
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