Students in BSAC Club

by John Parkinson
(Manchester)

I am running a chartwork and position fixing course for my BSAC branch using BSAC programm.

I have been looking at different sites for the student to look at and yours is the easiest most informative I have found to date.

Thank you,
John Parkinson

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Thank you John
by: Mike

Not only am I flattered but also reassured.

I do worry that there might be something that doesn’t read quite right, so it is very reassuring to know that someone like yourself has read and can understand the content.

Cheers,

Mike


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