Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

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Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

Postby FullCircle » Sun Oct 25, 2009 11:27 pm

That'll be me then.

Penniless boat owner with a passion for cheap Easyjet seeks crewing position on sumptuous yacht, as usual.

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Re: Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

Postby Telo » Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:35 am

I'm sure there's always room for a little one. Mind you, if it's Shard we need to rig up some protection for you, like an old groundsheet or sumfin', - this season, we've developed a rather bad leak in the forepeak. Prob not as bad as Dave's mast though.

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Re: Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

Postby FullCircle » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:13 pm

Fine offer. I will have to cast about for a waterproof sleeping bag!

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Re: Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

Postby aquaplane » Mon Oct 26, 2009 11:14 pm

I have one that seems to be OK after a wet dream.

Did I say that or think it?
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Re: Dodgy outsider hopeful looking for a ride thread.

Postby lady_stormrider » Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:53 pm

That's currently being used as an outdoor cover for 'Ruddy' - you can't be going lending my boat's (even though you actually bought her and trailed her home) lovely white cover (even though you bought it off the interwebnet with your credit card) for some deperate Tar on the Chentleman's cruise. It's all - er mine! (even if you have spent more than you paid for 'Ruddy' repairing her) I picked the paint! Why not lend out my waterproof biker gear? I don't use that as it is raining.
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