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Old 24 January 2010, 19:13   #51
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wots the dress code, wots everybody gonna wear
Strictly Drysuits only, unless you come in your snorkel and flippers or Pirate gear
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Old 25 January 2010, 04:28   #52
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Strictly Drysuits only, unless you come in your snorkel and flippers or Pirate gear
Was hoping terrorist outfit would do too.... then I only need to put my national flag pin on my daily outfit

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Old 25 January 2010, 15:01   #53
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Now I know most of you will look just fine in a Dry suit but it's simply not going to work for the missus.
I'm going to suggest the wetsuit with fins, maybe not the snorkel but bring the Stab Jacket.

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Old 26 January 2010, 03:31   #54
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my eye sight is not what it used to be, is that straight jacket or stab jacket for your missus
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At Club functions, but not, of course, elsewhere, a reefer may be worn in place of a DJ. When thus worn black shoes, preferably patent leather, are correct, unless the function is on board a yacht

Buttons should be black, your paid hands should wear brass buttons.

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Old 28 January 2010, 10:01   #56
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i've got a really nice suit, a real special one, it's called a boiler, they used to be all the rage, got some boots but will have to paint them a bit
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Sorry to spoil the fun, but can I ask what the ladies are planning to wear??

Mrs 250 is worrying about what to wear to "fit" in ........

Next question, how long is a piece of string (possibly easier to answer)
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Old 28 January 2010, 12:33   #58
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i got a spare boiler suit
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Old 28 January 2010, 13:07   #59
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Sorry to spoil the fun, but can I ask what the ladies are planning to wear??

Mrs 250 is worrying about what to wear to "fit" in ........

Next question, how long is a piece of string (possibly easier to answer)
Mrs A hasn't got round to thinking about it yet, but will doubtless do so .....

I'm thinking that if we came by boat, it would somewhat limit the options and might make the choice easier. Mrs A will need a lot of persuasion, however, to make the return journey late at night and at the moment she's putting her foot down with a strong hand!
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Sorry to spoil the fun, but can I ask what the ladies are planning to wear??

Mrs 250 is worrying about what to wear to "fit" in ........

Next question, how long is a piece of string (possibly easier to answer)
As I ruined my only frock the last time I was out on the RIB it will be my normal dress code of jeans and jumper very boring but comfy

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