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|01-26-2007 03:56 PM|
pish-posh, who do you think was responsible for the shave!
(she ain't all that and a bag of chips, I'll tell ya that.)
All talk, no action...
you know, "how's my hair..., "wait, paris is on the other line"... "you call that a boat?..." "isn't that a cold sore?"
so, I took what I came for and left with my dignity.
|01-26-2007 11:31 AM|
Originally Posted by Vasco
|01-26-2007 11:30 AM|
Originally Posted by camaraderie
|01-26-2007 11:26 AM|
Being retired dates have very little significance to me. My computer (latest 386) tells me it's 1990 something. I should have got the Y2K fix.
|01-26-2007 11:17 AM|
Vasco...someone spammed this page this AM and that brings it up on new posts. I deleted the spam leaving the impression that the 2003 post was current unless you happened to look at the date! It was either that or let you see more Britney pix and I decided that CardiacPaul shouldn't be subjected to that!
|01-26-2007 11:13 AM|
|Vasco||I'm sure Sherbet is still interested in pursuing the matter and might have a claim of interest for the intervening period. As a matter of interest since I am new to this site, how the hell does a four year old posting end up on the "new posts" page. That's where I found it.|
|01-26-2007 10:59 AM|
|Giulietta||Hey maybe Vasco's boat is slow and he only arrived today....|
|01-26-2007 10:35 AM|
I'm sure sherbet will be pleased with the replies to his post after waiting for only 4 years
|01-26-2007 10:00 AM|
|Vasco||If you read all the stuff you have to sign before getting the boat you would not go aboard! You are responsible for everything and the company nothing. It's been my experience that many charter companies will not charge if something happened like shebet said. I have blown out sails and the company has not charged because the sails weren't too new and most companies are pretty diligent in inspecting sails when you return the boat. But companies vary, I remember one charter where they counted the clothes pegs!!|
|03-21-2003 03:02 AM|
bad charter with Abaco Bahamas Charters
We have chartered every year since 93 with various charter companies and have had no problems with issues like that. We have had problems like breakage of equipment and other issues involving their equipment and never had to pay any repair or other charges.
When we first chartered friends told us to make sure you read all documents sent to you prior to stepping onto the boat then read other documents they may give you during the briefing. After that check everything and anything on that boat that you can. If you find the slightest problem or have a concern about something bring it to the attention of the charter co. before you go out. Also write it down on the inspection sheet that you give to the charter co. before you go out.
We have had issues but because it was brought to their attention at the outset we were never charged.
All and I repaet all charter compaines have their problems and things don''t always go like we plan but remember if it were your boat and you were getting ready to set sail for a week or more would you go out with equipment that appears to be in poor condition?
Hope you can resolve your problem with them.
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