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Old 18 December 2003, 11:45   #11
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Hi Daniel,

Nice to see the Banana finished,looks great, and the web site started hope all goes as well as it deserves, after the effort you`ve put in to the installation - thanks for the mention earlier in the Forum and I`d be delighted to hear of any feedback you have regarding the 601 in use (good or bad) hopefully JUST the good - but if there is any problem let me know and we will get onto it straight away.

If your visit the London Show do drop by to say hi we`re on Stand S2403 (if you can find it!).

PS our web site is now up and like yours in a state of constant build.development www.nautequipe.co.uk

Keep On Ribbin`


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Old 18 December 2003, 11:55   #12
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Is anyone going to criticize my site? Is there really no misspellings? Although all these complements are nice that's not what i was looking for really! I'd better spend some more time on it and add more info me finks, quite a few ideas up my sleve but trying to fit in RIBing, Work and website in as well as everything else.....

Steve - the 601 is as good as expected, and VERY LOUD which is a good thing. My only comment would be (and this is to icom not yourselfs) it needs a dedicated dual watch button - presently it's a shifted function key. I'll come and hound you at LBS i want a few bits of kit as it happens, sailing club and friends boats.
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Hi Daniel,

I'm very impressed by your site - very detailed but also excellent presentation.

You asked for spelling mistakes/typos and the English teacher in me just can't resist getting out the red pen...

'Specification' page - 'complementary' should be 'complimentary'.

'Ships Log' page - 'imposable' should be 'impossible'.

I've also spotted a couple of punctuation errors - do you want to know those too?!
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Old 18 December 2003, 12:11   #14
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Thats more like it, thanks

Made changes already - now must do some work, people waiting for PC's!

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I've also spotted a couple of punctuation errors - do you want to know those too?!
Now can you follow a question mark with a exclamation one?!
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Old 18 December 2003, 15:23   #15
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Go banana

Good on you Louise!!!!!????????!!!!!! (poetic licence)

Congrats on the results of the hard work Daniel; look forward to seeing you out in the Solent

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Gorgeous looking boat Daniel makes mine look kinda tired

Very good web site too
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Old 18 December 2003, 15:37   #17
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Re: Go banana

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Congrats on the results of the hard work Daniel; look forward to seeing you out in the Solent

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Daniel, never mind the solent, drag it up to the NW and get some proper logs for the site. Good looking site though, you've clearly put a lot of thought and effort into it. Look forward to reading it as it grows.

oh, nice looking rig as well!
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Daniel, never mind the solent
Underestimate the Solent at thy peril

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top banana

looks very good,
interested in your speed as mine is in at about 42/43 knots,
we'll have to get together to look at this, when are u out next.

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