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Agenda for meeting Monday 4th October

posted Oct 3, 2021, 2:40 PM by Posts Editor   [ updated Oct 3, 2021, 2:50 PM ]
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Time: 5pm, Place: LBT Shed. 

1. Seniors Week.  
Monday, October 11
     brian pain: skipper
     REQUIRE DECKHAND, SHORE SUPPORT.
Tuesday, October 12
     Tuesday Group: shore support
     REQUIRE DECKHAND, SKIPPER.  
Wednesday, October 13
     brian pain: skipper
     REQUIRE DECKHAND, SHORE SUPPORT. 
Thursday, October 14
     steve wilson: deck hand
     REQUIRE SKIPPER, SHORE SUPPORT. 
Friday, October 15
     brian pain: skipper
     endra o'may: deck hand
     REQUIRE SHORE SUPPORT. 
Sunday, October 17
     brian pain: skipper
     REQUIRE DECKHAND, SHORE SUPPORT.

2. Maintenance (early November)
        Nancy to be pulled out and work done in the Evaporator Shed. 
        Proposal to subcontract some work.  An initial estimate for painting hull is approx $2000.

3.  Commercial use of Nancy.
     The following initial proposal has been received from Mark Adams.

Here is a brief outline of possible regular commercial use of Nancy. 

I would take her on three days per week  
on a permanent basis in order to create an income for myself, a regular income the LBT and have Nancy being ‘out on the river’ where she belongs :)

Most likely We’d/Thurs/fri, as I want to be my kids on the weekend. 

I would take on all advertising for the venture. 

I would suggest payment to the LBT would occur via a percentage of income rather than a set weekly fee. 

I would, of course, still make myself available to skipper Nancy for other LBT events/passengers on other days as a volunteer. 

Note: I  have recently gained my Coxswains 1 ticket. The minimum ticket needed to take paying passengers on a boat in survey under 12mtrs. 

I have spoken to some re the ethos and concerns around this idea and I’m only keen to get it up and running with a consensus blessing.