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Old 02-10-2006, 05:41 PM   #1
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Fletcher Boats UK - new website and boats comming up.

Fletcher Boats UK - new website and boats comming up.

As some people where asking about why Fletcher-boats.co.uk is down, I called Fletcher.
They are right now busy making new boats and refurbusing old classics to "like new standard".

Andy at Fletcher said that the website is down as a brand new one is soon online. But they had a few issues with the original develper who registered Fletcher-boats.co.uk.
But as this doamin is in all their marketing, they want to stick to it, instead of launching the new website on www.fletchermarine.co.uk, which is also their domain.
Andy expects the new website is online within 3 weeks.

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Old 02-10-2006, 09:56 PM   #2
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They're doing some for the rrace series too early next year, so lots of Fletchers making a come back....
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Old 02-10-2006, 10:03 PM   #3
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Both sites are down.

Hope you are right Troels!

I'd like to see something around 16' with a closed bow.
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Both sites are down.

Hope you are right Troels!

I'd like to see something around 16' with a closed bow.
there could even be one prepared for racing too!!!
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Andy from Fletcher tells me that they have been busy tracking down old models so that they can put them back into production.

25 foot and possibly the 29 foot Zingaro.
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Re: Fletcher Boats UK - new website and boats comming up.

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Fletcher Boats UK - new website and boats comming up.

As some people where asking about why Fletcher-boats.co.uk is down, I called Fletcher.
They are right now busy making new boats and refurbusing old classics to "like new standard".

Andy at Fletcher said that the website is down as a brand new one is soon online. But they had a few issues with the original develper who registered Fletcher-boats.co.uk.
But as this doamin is in all their marketing, they want to stick to it, instead of launching the new website on www.fletchermarine.co.uk, which is also their domain.
Andy expects the new website is online within 3 weeks.

Kind regards

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Hope the new website has a members forum!
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Old 03-10-2006, 11:18 PM   #7
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Andy from Fletcher tells me that they have been busy tracking down old models so that they can put them back into production.

25 foot and possibly the 29 foot Zingaro.
Would that be the flybridge zingaro, a real classy boat!
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Hopefully not Eh?
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Old 07-10-2006, 11:42 AM   #9
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Re: Re: Fletcher Boats UK - new website and boats comming up.

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Hope the new website has a members forum!
Hello Silversurfer



why not use my forum : http://www.fletchermarine.com/forum ?


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