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Topic: Noble Marine Ad
Posted By: JimC
Subject: Noble Marine Ad
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 12:45pm
Isn't the slogan "You need never miss a weekend's sailing" just a bit off in these times?



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Posted By: iGRF
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 3:58pm
Just paid my Newton Crum renewal, no idea why, God knows when I'm ever going to sail again.


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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 4:25pm
I got rid of all my boats last month, so no renewals this year.

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Robert


Posted By: iGRF
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 5:04pm
How the heck did you get rid of your boats? Can't have sold them, did you give them to some charity?

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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 5:09pm
Sold them 2 on ebay rest by word of mouth, intend to start afresh, not sure yet what to get, might go for a Solo

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Robert


Posted By: zeon
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 6:23pm
Originally posted by 423zero

Sold them 2 on ebay rest by word of mouth, intend to start afresh, not sure yet what to get, might go for a Solo

Did you write your last will and testament too ? 
Sounds like your are preparing for death LOLLOLLOLBig smile


Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 31 Mar 20 at 6:36pm
Mainly concerned about club closing, we were having trouble setting duty roster for summer season, didn't want to be stuck with storage issues, only double stacking trailer didn't go.


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Robert


Posted By: patj
Date Posted: 04 Apr 20 at 8:47am
At least if you've paid your insurance you're covered if someone nicks it off your drive or your garage with boat in catches fire or another boat blows over onto it or someone vandalises the boats in the dinghy park or .....
And many clubs make it a condition that boats stored at the club must be insured.


Posted By: Gordon 1430
Date Posted: 04 Apr 20 at 9:06am
Many years ago Steve Goacher (Welsh one not Northern) had a fireball in his drive and some kid lobbed a firework over the fence into it. Nothing left.
He hadn't bothered to insure it as it was safe at home.
Not worth the risk and if its at a club most say it must be insured to be on the premises.




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Gordon
Phantom 1430


Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 04 Apr 20 at 6:36pm
Haven't got insurance on trailer, never thought about it.

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Robert


Posted By: Sam.Spoons
Date Posted: 04 Apr 20 at 9:22pm
It's probably not going to get destroyed by a runaway firework though Wink

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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 04 Apr 20 at 9:42pm
That's true

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Robert


Posted By: patj
Date Posted: 06 Apr 20 at 11:17am
It'll probably get nicked for the scrap metal!



Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 06 Apr 20 at 11:35am
Our club been burgled twice this year already, when we closed club down alarm and cameras still not working, we were still waiting for telephone and Internet to be put back on, no way of knowing what has happened, I am on police phone list incase of burglaries, not likely they will know if club is ransacked, none of the park rangers are on duty.

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Robert



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