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  1. #21
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    Dec 2007
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    Boat: Falmouth. Work: Cambridge
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    Default Re: Putting boat name on a new tender.

    I leave my dinghy tied up on the foreshore but not locked, with the oars just tied in with an old sail-tie. I've had it since the 1980s, and nobody's nicked it yet (it's on the beach at Mylor right now if you're tempted). The yacht's name is clearly marked on it. I think the secret is to be a bit trusting, and to move away from areas where this trust is not merited. Their loss if I do; I spend quite a lot in the locality each year. There's nothing like hitting the local council where it hurts most...

  2. #22
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    Oct 2005
    Location
    Fuctifino
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    Default Re: Putting boat name on a new tender.

    I've usually written the mother ship's name on the underside and etched into the outboard pad. Covers insurance requirements and doesn't advertise that the mother ship is unattended.

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