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Old 15 June 2007, 11:21   #1
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Does it really apply to a RIB??? Just give it some welly and get out of the way!!!
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Bah humbug no sense of humour some people...............
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Guys that do boatstuff for a living tehd to think that safety, or more importantly survival, ain't a laughing matter! I think these links are very good.and maybe it should go into our refernece section.

Also for those of you interested the RNLI give away a free 'sea safety' bojlet with a lot more infor on a CD rom. We put copies into our soodents welcome packs and encourage them strongly to adopt the safety culture promoted by these publications.

Would you like me to send you a copy, Codders?
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Old 15 June 2007, 18:19   #7
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Guys that do boatstuff for a living tehd to think that safety, or more importantly survival, ain't a laughing matter! I think these links are very good.and maybe it should go into our refernece section.

Also for those of you interested the RNLI give away a free 'sea safety' bojlet with a lot more infor on a CD rom. We put copies into our soodents welcome packs and encourage them strongly to adopt the safety culture promoted by these publications.

Would you like me to send you a copy, Codders?
Already have it thanks!!!

Whilst I was joking with my comments I do think that in many cases what I said is true. As we have fast nimble craft not restricted by draft then - in most cases - we CAN just nip out of the way - it's very different for a yachtie or someone in a a slow displacement craft.
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It helps if you know which way to 'nip' though...
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