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I echo the welcome and wish you all the very best with the new venture.  Hope to pop in and say hello one of these days.

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"C'est La Vie" is a cracking looking boat. Being an Ernest Collins with the grp hull and mahogany top, its my ideal and finding something like this for sale would be the most likely to divert me from my obsession with "Mr Toad".

Great to see a boat like this on hire.

Trevor

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its nice to see a new boatyard ,best of luck.

looks like there are a couple of isabelles from the pictures, am i right in thinking they are former tangos.

graham

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Here's wishing you all the best. Small acorns and all that.


Griff

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Hi Ric

Best of luck with the new venture!

Could I ask what the terms of using your slip are?  Is there any vehicle and trailer parking available while on the water?  Also is your slipway accessible out of hours (will still be happy to pay for use of!!) I am a spontaneous fisherman and its quite difficult to find anywhere safe to put the boat in when I come in from work and fancy a few hours fishing of a summers evening!

Cheers
Danny

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quote:"......
am i right in thinking they are former tangos.
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Yes indeed, they are two of the Tango class built by Bell Boats, and ran from Richardsons more recently.

Dan

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Ric,

Congratulations on the new yard - I'm just going to add you to the database - could you tell me which of the old Broadland Tangos have become the two Isabelle class, so I can set up your full fleet?

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Hi everyone, thanks for the warm welcome! We do indeed have 2
former Tangos. We've decided to give them individual names so Tango
1 is now Isabelle, and Tango 4 is called Gertrude. Isabelle is up and
running and currently out on hire, Gertrude still requires a little TLC
before we let her out, but we hope to get her moving soon.

Danny, if you want to use the slipway give me a ring and I'll let you
know if there's room in the car park. I'm often about till late so out of
hours is not a problem.

Cheers,

Ric

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