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"A Seamans pocket book"

First issued June 1943, now in reprint as a bit of nostalgia but it contains a great deal of still pertenant information and instruction and what isn't relevant today is an amusing and informative insight ito the life of a rating in wartime and it's only bus fares and fits in your pocket.

ISBN 10:184486037X

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Hey, I think this could be a really good thread - I have not yet embraced the christmas thing so any tips for pressies are very useful! (but the tree was going up in the village today so I can't ignore it for much longer!)

Wonder if I can do ALL of our christmas shopping on line...

Karen

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Karen,
The best Xmas Pressie INMHOP is to get out on your boat,if you can on Boxing  day Have a kiss and a cuddle and enjoy the Broads.
Better than all spending on stuff  we dont need.
Just my thoughts, cos I intend to do the same with my Gill, the best present any man can have.
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Roy thats just called being tight it's like saying it's the thought that counts and then not buying them out as you thought about it but decided not to


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Saw a very nice Swiss Army brand 'Skipper's Knife' in a shop window in Lewes today. Hovered long enough for SWMBO to get the idea, I think... A bit pricey at £30.00 but looks very good!


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Hi Roy,

Agreed! After all the deliberating at our house on winterising or not, we have fitted a thermostatically controlled low amp bilge heater thing, dotted a few moisture traps about and will be chucking a cover over her, but with a view to visiting once a month, including a New Year trip. Will prob stay at a B & B but take her out on the river in the day time. We really did dither, but someone said a boat never suffered from winter use, rather, lack of it! I will still be fretting though, especially if that dreadful long range forecast that was posted up recently is anywhere near correct!

We have never "winter" cruised at all before...but I'm sure looking forward to it!

Karen

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There you go Karen perfect stocking filler for Mike...................LONG JOHNS ............us boys know how you girls suddenly become very busy when it comes to mooring and casting off on a cold day ,not glamorous but still keeps the bits and pieces nice and warm Evil Grin

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hi all ,
well how about some of these nice brass instruments( ie clocks ,barometers ,compasses ,) nice stuff to help make your boat nice ,
cheers

steve and vicky

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Hi All.

What about fishing pole bow deflectors ?

The more you learn the more you realise you don't know.

Alan

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James,
I heard that Pardon.
Note to little Black Book lons is in the mire(yet again) Evil Grin

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