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Subject: Re: Winter Maintanance


Author:
james (the interested one.)
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Date Posted: 16:58:53 17/01/2007 Wed
In reply to: ian 's message, "Re: Winter Maintanance" on 21:06:41 30/12/2006 Sat

>Glad to hear of someone getting money back from
>insurance co. Sounds like they did a good job on the
>boat.
>
>As you say, it's nice when the boat comes out ok from
>hairy moments as it gives confidence in case there is
>a next time.
>
>I will look out for Mer. We try to polish and wax the
>topsides during the annual drying out for anti-fouling.
>
>Happy New Year to you.
>
>Ian

Hi all, Hope you all had a happy new year and christmas.
Did you get any mer ian?

Whats everyones plans for this crusing year then?

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