A boat to start off with

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Re: A boat to start off with

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James Ward wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:23 pm
He already said there aren’t any markings or anything on the boat unfortunately
In the first of the photos, you can see the edge of a black "splash" sticker underneath the paddle. Usually on Daggers, this "splash" has the name or the size of the boat written on it in white.

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Re: A boat to start off with

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Franky wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 11:01 pm
James Ward wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:23 pm
He already said there aren’t any markings or anything on the boat unfortunately
In the first of the photos, you can see the edge of a black "splash" sticker underneath the paddle. Usually on Daggers, this "splash" has the name or the size of the boat written on it in white.
Ah I see now and I had a look at others on google too 😊

Your a star! I asked him to check last night but haven’t had anything back as yet. Cheers 👍

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Re: A boat to start off with

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Did you get the pm james
Just looked and doesn’t look like I have any pm’s?
As the sender of a PM, you can check whether it's still in your Outbox. When it's opened, it disappears from the Outbox.

If a PM seems to have disappeared, check it was a PM not an email, as you get a choice when sending - any PM will be in the Outbox or Sent Messages. Emails go to the recipient's email but the email is sent from admin@ukriversguidebook.co.uk

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Re: A boat to start off with

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Chris Bolton wrote:
Thu Feb 06, 2020 10:56 am
Did you get the pm james
Just looked and doesn’t look like I have any pm’s?
As the sender of a PM, you can check whether it's still in your Outbox. When it's opened, it disappears from the Outbox.

If a PM seems to have disappeared, check it was a PM not an email, as you get a choice when sending - any PM will be in the Outbox or Sent Messages. Emails go to the recipient's email but the email is sent from admin@ukriversguidebook.co.uk
Hi and thank you for your help. I have since conatcted Phil. I didnt realise that you could email too so was looking for a message.

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Re: A boat to start off with

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James Ward wrote:
Thu Feb 06, 2020 7:47 am
Franky wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 11:01 pm
James Ward wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:23 pm
He already said there aren’t any markings or anything on the boat unfortunately
In the first of the photos, you can see the edge of a black "splash" sticker underneath the paddle. Usually on Daggers, this "splash" has the name or the size of the boat written on it in white.
Ah I see now and I had a look at others on google too 😊

Your a star! I asked him to check last night but haven’t had anything back as yet. Cheers 👍
Thanks so much for that. He checked and got back to me. He says its a GTX so ive said I'll have it. I'm picking it up on Sunday :)

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Re: A boat to start off with

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Hope you enjoy the boat.

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Re: A boat to start off with

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James Ward wrote:
Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:08 pm
Thanks so much for that. He checked and got back to me. He says its a GTX so ive said I'll have it. I'm picking it up on Sunday :)
Nice one - enjoy the boat!

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Re: A boat to start off with

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Thanks a lot for all your brilliant help people. Breath of fresh air you lot are and you seriously helped loads :)

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