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Old 20 June 2005, 01:29   #71
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We will be three up with two sets of clothing! What are 'corporate colours' so our third person, who is the most experienced helm, can blend in?

We still will have 3 planing seats (jockies) spare, plus forward of the console bench and the sun deck! Tell us about the flag also - I may need an auxilliary flag pole to lash to A frame?
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Old 20 June 2005, 02:04   #72
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I may need an auxilliary flag pole to lash to A frame?
Electrical cable conduit (circular section) makes a good flagpole.
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Old 20 June 2005, 02:18   #73
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I was thinking of something in a suitably posh wood
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Also, if there is a boatload of peeps enjoying themselves too much the punters are not likely to take your instructions seriously.
We have never taken anyones instructions too seriously, so I recon the punters should arm themselves with a few paint guns. Extra points for direct hits on marshalling boats flags

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Mark interesting way to describe Premier Marinas

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Old 20 June 2005, 04:01   #76
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You don't want to fire a paint gun at this marshal

I have 50 spare at the moment
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Old 20 June 2005, 04:10   #77
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We have never taken anyones instructions too seriously, so I recon the punters should arm themselves with a few paint guns. Extra points for direct hits on marshalling boats flags
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Just try it. Our response will be to call up Peter T and his chums to have a quiet word.

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Plus ca change or summut.

My jacket has been enbroidered over the pocket so I cant use it. I just hate not having an inside pocket to keep my fags dry. I might have to unpick it.
Still, Cant complain, it was a freeby. Very nice shelled fleece. It may be used to mask a vile shirt at the next pub meet.
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Old 20 June 2005, 04:13   #78
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Can you spare one or two Andy. I think a Sunseeker with Dazzle camo. would look nice. It might even interest the Marines.
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We will be three up with two sets of clothing! What are 'corporate colours' so our third person, who is the most experienced helm, can blend in?
Get him a polo shirt to match the colour of the ones you have. I am trying to find some for crew 3 & 4.
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Im still trying to find crew number 2! My crew keep chartering yachts!
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