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Alan de Enfield

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  1. For reference here are the original 'as issued 1/6/21' T&Cs Boat Licence T&Cs from June 1st 2021.pdf
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  3. Its a boat for which I would keep my hands in my pockets, turn and walk swiftly away. Translated means - "it is in poor condition all over but I have found enough to be of concern so not bothered in looking over the rest of the boat which I asume will be in the same condition" Presumably the 4.2 measurement is on the sides / waterline ? With insurers demanding a 4mm minimum it may not be long before it becomes uninsurable without overplating. It sounds like it is going to be a very "needy" (insert £s) boat so unless it is valued at a fraction
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  6. I can only quote my own experiences and not speak for anyone else. Lack of spatial awareness being the main one. Our car is damaged on every corner and I have not done any of them (only one other person drives the car) Previous cars have had the back end stoved in when reversing out of the drive into a parked car, on an other occasion, reversed across our yard into a HUGE tractor. Another example is the DiL who reversed out of her parking spot straight into the side of our car smashing her rear lights and offside side quarter and 'compressing' th
  7. They would normally (never say always or never) be screwed on with self-tappers, just unscrew the screw, press stud falls off, sand down, fill hole (plastic metal or pretty much any car-filler) and touch up the paint.
  8. Google says that these sculls have 4 metre oars so about 8mts total beam. Two side by side not quite touching - 2 metre gap) would be (say) 18 metres. Under FISA rules, all races take place over a 2,000-metre (6,560-foot) straight course on still water, each crew or sculler racing in a separate, buoy-marked lane. Racing shells range in overall length from 18.9 metres (62 feet) for an eight, 13.4 metres (44 feet) for a four, and 10.4 metres (34 feet) for a pair, to 8.2 metres (27 feet) for a single scull. There are no specifications for weight, which varies according to
  9. Is 'putting the kettle on' part of working the locks - there doesn't seem to be much else left.
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