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Re: New Boat Day

Postby sharpey » 27 Sep 2014, 22:25

Hope you've considered all the relevant anti theft stuff, data tag etc..?? If not your local crime prevention guy should help you out..?? Nice boat mate, shame to put it in that messy water and get it dirty. ..!!!
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Paul » 27 Sep 2014, 22:30

I might need to do the datatag anyway, you used to have to have it to get a slipway permit, but not sure.

What use is the datatag though? Never really understood what it does?!?

Got wheel clamps, hitch lock, engine lock, chained to a concrete post and probably going to put a locking post in front of it, and a set of gates :lmao: :lmao: ....plus theres two cars in front of it too.
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby grumpyppops1 » 27 Sep 2014, 22:32

All the best,many happy days to come
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Padsta Tel » 27 Sep 2014, 22:43

Glad for you Paul I know how it feels driving a new boat from the factory Anhling Addict is a great name :thumb: :thumb:
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Jimsta » 27 Sep 2014, 22:45

Paul wrote:I might need to do the datatag anyway, you used to have to have it to get a slipway permit, but not sure.

What use is the datatag though? Never really understood what it does?!?

Got wheel clamps, hitch lock, engine lock, chained to a concrete post and probably going to put a locking post in front of it, and a set of gates :lmao: :lmao: ....plus theres two cars in front of it too.


Mr & Mrs M will keep a look out mate ,they don't miss a trick on that corner :thumb: :thumb:

Nice looking boat mate ,plenty of fun times ahead ,take care of her :clap: :clap:
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Paul » 28 Sep 2014, 07:50

Paul wrote:I might need to do the datatag anyway, you used to have to have it to get a slipway permit, but not sure.

What use is the datatag though? Never really understood what it does?!?

Got wheel clamps, hitch lock, engine lock, chained to a concrete post and probably going to put a locking post in front of it, and a set of gates :lmao: :lmao: ....plus theres two cars in front of it too.

And some nosy neighbours



I've altered my post accordingly James.... :thumb: :thumb:


Think with all the security measures, its just a matter of slowing them down long enough for someone to disturb them hopefully.... past that its down to the insurance company!! If they want it bad enough I'm sure they would get it!!
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Baz C » 28 Sep 2014, 08:44

Paul wrote:I might need to do the datatag anyway, you used to have to have it to get a slipway permit, but not sure.

What use is the datatag though? Never really understood what it does?!?


Basically its an identification system :thumb:
Might get a few bob off your insurance premium ;)

http://datatag.co.uk/outboard-motor-buy.php
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby grumpyppops1 » 28 Sep 2014, 09:07

There's only one slight problem Paul for every hour you fish you'll probably spend 2 hours cleaning and polishing it,tight lines
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Jimstas Dad » 28 Sep 2014, 10:29

Great to see it up the drive :thumb: Be across for a tour shortly
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Re: New Boat Day

Postby Paul » 28 Sep 2014, 10:34

Jmsta Snr wrote:Great to see it up the drive :thumb: Be across for a tour shortly


Been expecting a knock at the door all morning :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:
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