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Note: As a minimum you need to add the Sail Number and Boat Class. Select the Boat Class and Skipper using the drop down lists which contain all the Boat Classes and Skippers set up already. If the Boat Class or Skipper hasn't already been set up it will need to be created before it can be entered here. Save this form, then select Boat Classes or Members from the Administration menu on the left of the page and select the "Add a new boat class" or "Add a new member" link to do this. You can then return to this page using the navigation trail at the top of the page.

The Notes field can contain "wiki markup" to format it. Instructions on how to use "wiki markup" can be found at the bottom of this form.

Boat Details

Sail Number:
Boat Class:
Skipper:

Notes:

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Notes on using wiki markup codes

1. To start writing on a new line you have to include a blank line between the two lines of text. If you want a blank line between two lines of text the field should have two blank lines between them

line of text


new line of text
displays as
line of text

new line of text


2. Text bracketed by two single quote characters is displayed in italics

''text'' 
displays as
text

3. Text bracketed by three single quote characters is displayed in bold

'''text''' 
displays as
text

4. text preceded by # is included in a numbered list

#text 
displays as
    1. text

5. text preceded by * is included in a bullet list

*text 
displays as
• text

6. text preceded by : is indented

:text 
displays as
    text

7. text bracketed by [] characters is a link to an external web site which will be displayed as linkname. Please also remeber to include the http:// or https:// before the external web site

[http://www.phoenixmarinemodelclub.co.uk linkname] 
displays as
linkname
  1. text bracketed by [] characters preceded by mailto: is a link to an external email programme which will be displayed as mailtoname. Clicking the link will start the user default mail programme and create an email addressed to the mailto: recipient.
[mailto:chairman@phoenixmarinemodelclub.co.uk mailtoname] 
displays as
mailtoname

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