View Poll Results: Where do you keep yours?
At home "Covered" 12 30.00%
At home "Outside" 8 20.00%
Off-site "Covered" 8 20.00%
Off-site "Outside" 2 5.00%
Marina "In the water" 4 10.00%
Marina "Out of the water" 6 15.00%
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Old 20 April 2002, 06:18   #1
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Where do you keep yours?

I thought I would try the "poll feature"

Now my Ribcraft is on order I'm looking for somewhere to store it. The TomKat fits in the garage, but sadly I think the new RIB will be a bit big.

The local marina would be secure, and we would have lots of opertunities for those short evening trips in the summer - but its expensive.

So where do you keep yours?...
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Old 20 April 2002, 06:22   #2
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Hey - this is good - I've posted my poll!!
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Old 20 April 2002, 08:32   #3
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Jools

Great idea

I'm sure that you will have started something now!!! What else can we have a poll about?

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Old 20 April 2002, 09:33   #4
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Unfortunatley up here in Portree, Isle of Skye our super council don't seem in any way interested in provididng us with a decent harbour with pontoon berths or a marina so we have to make do with swinging moorings in the bay. Not the best rowing out in a scabby day.
If anybody knows of anybody wanting to build a marina in a beautifaul location in the Hebridies then send them up here.
We really need help so that more Ribsters will come and use the place as well yachts and other motor boat users.
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Old 23 April 2002, 12:29   #5
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If you haven't polled yet, why not?

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Old 23 April 2002, 13:09   #6
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Jools - You've missed out us poor sods who have to dinghy out to the mooring. In my case, it's a pain in the bum when the tide's really low cos you have to haul the dinghy about a hundred yards over the mud - each way.
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