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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 16/03/2016 12:33 AM, Stefano wrote:<br>
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          <div class="gmail_quote">2016-03-15 11:32 GMT+01:00 Malcolm
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                class="">On 15/03/2016 09:42, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:<br>
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                  and do you go to the same shops?<br>
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              Yes. Chandleries cater for all types of small craft.
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            <div>Chandlers are called also to supply materials and
              groceries to vessels calling at the port (container /
              conventional ships), at least in my company I hear them
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            <div>Stefano</div>
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    Chandlers are commonly also used in Australia and New Zealand by
    those concerned. I see no reason not to continue using the term that
    is inuse in British English. <br>
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    Distinction between 'small' and 'large' for water vessels can simply
    be done using their existing method - a 'boat' or a 'ship'. <br>
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