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Old 10 May 2014, 15:49   #91
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Ian A showing a little contrition, I don't believe it!!!

Saw the stainless sheets for your transom yesterday, them's mighty meaty. You'll need trim tabs to level you off once its all in, ha, ha.
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The stainless Its only for keeping the transom and engines of the rib in place, as they want to go there own way.
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Old 11 May 2014, 12:03   #92
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Hi, Newbie here!

I'm up for a ride out for a pasty and tea! Should be available any weekend (have to get the brakes on the trailer fixed first though.....!)
Also, would need some help launching/retrieving.... but I'm up for it! Would have to drive from Suffolk but could leave on a Thursday or Friday.....
Let me know if you're going.....
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Old 11 May 2014, 14:01   #93
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Hi sea Fury
You are more than welcome, the more the merrier, as you are not local you might be able to show Treerat the way, just guess the tide times and we should be okay.
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Old 11 May 2014, 16:05   #94
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Lets make a decision - we'll try for the 24th May. Same run times as before. Leaving the Breakwater Fort at 12.00.

Should be plenty to see and watch with the racing and loads of water to launch, enter Looe and recover back at Plymouth.

In case of bad weather we can have as plan C the 21st June.

This year we will get a pasty!!!
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Lets make a decision - we'll try for the 24th May. Same run times as before. Leaving the Breakwater Fort at 12.00.

Should be plenty to see and watch with the racing and loads of water to launch, enter Looe and recover back at Plymouth.

In case of bad weather we can have as plan C the 21st June.

This year we will get a pasty!!!
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Old 15 May 2014, 15:19   #96
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If this weather holds it's going to be a cracking day out - but not holding my breath yet.

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Weather 3 - Pasties 0
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Does anyone know if the racing will affect launch / recovery ability or capacity at Mountbatten?
It is my preferred launch point, but don't to arrive & be told " you can't launch today because of our main event"
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24th is good for me.
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Old 16 May 2014, 03:16   #99
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Does anyone know if the racing will affect launch / recovery ability or capacity at Mountbatten?
It is my preferred launch point, but don't to arrive & be told " you can't launch today because of our main event"
Good thought - would be worth giving them a ring and asking - Mount Batten Centre - Contact Us

I'm going to jump in at Saltash, means ten minutes in the river but should be quieter.
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Hi did everyone agree on the 24th??
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