Beginners Guide To Boating Stuff!

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    Dank uwel!
     
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    Thanks Hoyt ! - :)

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    Lesson in the Dutch language and how to personalize it:

    Dank u wel! = formal Dutch for: Thank you!

    Dank je wel! = informal Dutch for: Thank you!

    [​IMG] - Since we're friends I prefer to be informal . . :idea:

    Merci pour votre attention. - ;) - click wink for translation

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    Hartelijk bedankt. De rien. :cool:
     
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    These links are perfect for my clients. I run a landing craft service on UK shores providing cargo carrying and dredging amongst other services. I am always needing to translate industry jargon for the businesses that I work with.
     
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    That is a helpful link. Thanks.
     
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    ‘‘ Any avid sailor will tell you that using a lee cloth makes a huge difference in getting a restful sleep in rough seas. The Salon or main cabin is often the best place to sleep in rough seas because it is located in the center of the boat. When you can’t sleep on the low side a lee cloth is your friend as it keeps you in your bunk.

    How to Make Lee Cloths will show one of the many ways a lee cloth can be made for your boat.
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    Ok so i tried this method to organize my cables and i LOVE IT. keeps the cables from excessively heating because it enables good air flow (helps when ur boat is in 40-48 degree celsius temperature) and makes separating cables easy. It is very time consuming to do though but very happy with end result.
     

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