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Topic: Stolen Lasers
Posted By: Noble Marine
Subject: Stolen Lasers
Date Posted: 10 Aug 06 at 5:22pm

A recent spate of thefts at Seaview, Isle of Wight has seen 3 Lasers and a Laser Pico stolen within the last two weeks. The first boat to be stolen was recovered last week after an unsuspecting buyer spotted it on the http://www.stolenboats.org.uk - StolenBoats.org.uk website and alerted the local police.

A Laser Pico was then stolen on the 29th July and then on the 3rd August two Lasers, number 151064 and 179095, were also reported missing.

Anyone with information about these thefts is urged to contact either http://www.noblemarine.co.uk - Noble Marine , http://www.hampshire.police.uk/index.htm?MarineCrimeReduction.htm - Hampshire Police or submit a tip off through the http://www.stolenboats.org.uk - StolenBoats.org.uk website.

Stolen Laser 179095   http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1086 - http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1086
Stolen Laser 151064   http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1085 - http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1085
Stolen Laser Pico 9836  http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1070 - http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1070

Recovered Laser 172798  http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1051 - http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1051

In addition to these thefts, a 4th Laser, number 147091 was stolen from Lake Coniston on 6th August. http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1102 - http://www.stolenboats.org.uk/view.php3?q=1102



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Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 10 Aug 06 at 8:37pm

I also heard someone stole a Topper Cruz

 

and then they put it back again!!!



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Bonnie Lass Contender 1764


Posted By: cyndi63
Date Posted: 18 Aug 06 at 2:04am
so you are going through all of that effort to for a dinghy?  at http://www.unitedmarine.net - http://www.unitedmarine.net we only chase our higher end http://www.unitedmarine.net/sailing_yacht_insurance.htm -  sailboats  for Insurance purposes.  Maybe it is worth it to your company??

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Posted By: 49erGBR735HSC
Date Posted: 18 Aug 06 at 4:13am

Originally posted by cyndi63

so you are going through all of that effort to for a dinghy?  at http://www.unitedmarine.net - http://www.unitedmarine.net we only chase our higher end http://www.unitedmarine.net/sailing_yacht_insurance.htm -  sailboats  for Insurance purposes.  Maybe it is worth it to your company??

By tracing the stolen boats, it leads to the means of the theft, the criminal and helps to provent future boat crime, which in turn is good for the sport in eliminating boat theft. It's a bit of a no-brainer isn't it?



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Dennis Watson 49er GBR735 http://www.helensburghsailingclub.co.uk/ -
Helensburgh S.C
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Posted By: JimC
Date Posted: 18 Aug 06 at 5:41am
Originally posted by cyndi63

so you are going through all of that effort to for a dinghy?  at unitedmarine.net we only chase our higher end sailboats for Insurance purposes.  Maybe it is worth it to your company??


Can you get all your customers to put a sticker on their boat saying "nick this - no-one cares" please. Also could you post your company name to the forum on www.ilikedefraudinginsurancecompanies.co.uk so that folk now which companies to target for the old "honest guv, someone nicked it" scam...

Thanks, British Boat Fraud society...

(maybe you shouldn't have posted that: you'd better hope your boss isn't reading!!)


Posted By: Sumo
Date Posted: 18 Aug 06 at 9:13am

Originally posted by cyndi63

so you are going through all of that effort to for a dinghy?  at http://www.unitedmarine.net - http://www.unitedmarine.net we only chase our higher end http://www.unitedmarine.net/sailing_yacht_insurance.htm -  sailboats  for Insurance purposes.  Maybe it is worth it to your company??

That may be the case, but don't you think that it is kind of dumb to actually say it out loud on a public forum!Ouch




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