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Steve Holmes



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PostSubject: For boat owners   Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:02 pm

The company I work for is sponsoring the London Boat Show in January.

http://www.londonboatshow.com/2012/home.aspx

I've got a few spare free tickets. If any of you boat owners want to go, let me know. Can probably stretch to a couple per person so you can take your other half for a day out.

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PostSubject: Re: For boat owners   Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:22 pm

Thanks for the Boat Show tickets Steve, had a fun family day out on Saturday. The kids had a go at windsurfing on the pool, kitted out in a drysuit and off they went, a row of big fans at one end provided the wind. Great fun!

There were a fair few fishing boats too, got to see a porta-boat first-hand:




A bizarre pedal-powered-flipper-drive Kayak:


Some nice aluminium hulled fishing boats from Lindon Lewis Marine, Shepperton www.pushtheboatout.com




Bigger fishing boat:


And of course some really big stuff for lottery winners:




(Sorry about the bad photo's!)

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PostSubject: Re: For boat owners   Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:36 pm

Nice one mate glad you enjoyed it.
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PostSubject: Re: For boat owners   Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:15 am

Good shout Ed anyone thinking of taking to the water could do worse than spend a day there ,I love the look on the sealine/ray staff when they have to stand there smiling there as a hoard of us normal oiks don plastic shoe slipovers and mooch through the lottery winners gin palaces .
last day is the day to go if you want to hagle over fishfinders or any boaty bits ......275 newton life jackets would be a good call as opposed to the 150 ones Steve
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