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StationMaster

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  1. Bump just in case Mr @DHutch pops in this evening.
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  5. Which should be covered by insurance (it is 3rd party claim). As for some of the comments, I hope if my boat ever sinks, it doesn't get reported on here...
  6. At least when the licence checkers check me, than can tell by what is on their screen that they have at least put in the correct number (or I've fooled them by lying). Bits of paper where fine when they were a bit more difficult to forge.
  7. Leaving aside any legislation to achieve that ...... Unless one (or more) of the requirements are specified to a certain degree of how it is displayed (with appropriate measures to detect fraud) - still leaves you back to square one.
  8. If someone from CRT can check the 'other' number for validation then they can check the boat registration number. As I said pointless.
  9. Because frankly it is a pointless exercise. CRT don't rely on the licence to check whether a licence has been issued (if they did it is unlikely the OP problem wouldn't have arisen). CRT need to get their house in order over this. Oh and a PS - I could supply a paper licence to anyone for less than a quid plus postage................
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