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Old 15 February 2019, 12:37   #1
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7th Annual Plymouth Pasty Run

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As the nights are slowly drawing out I thought I'd better look at dates for the 7th Plymouth pasty Run.

The plan for this year will be to partake in a pasty and cup of tea on the 19th May.

The intention will be to leave the Breakwater Fort at 12:00, arriving in Fowey or Salcombe (decision to be made nearer the time) for 13:30 ish (low water).

We'll enjoy the sights, sounds and pasties then run back for a recovery on a rising tide - HT is 19:30 ish

Any questions please do ask

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Old 15 February 2019, 14:49   #2
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Sounds good! Putting the boat back together atm but provided itís in one piece count me in!
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If I am in Plymouth that weekend I will join in with my smaller low powered Cobra
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Will check dates.

As I'm basing the boat on the water this year I'll be running down from Torbay + will RV somewhere suitable - not trailering down to Plymouth. Fowey & back will be a nice 120NM run! weather will need to be good.
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Plymouth to Fowey and return will be about 40 NM
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Agree!

But I'll be running down from Torbay by sea to RV at Plymouth first - that will make a 120NM round trip for me. 80NM if we do Salcombe


For those launching Plymouth it's as Andy says - will be a good run from there. I will have a tad longer passage that's all.

If other Torbay ribnetters want to join,happy to co-ordinate an "East" group.

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I would like to tag along with the Torbay group. I don't trailer so I'll be setting out from Torquay on the day.
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This sounds like fun - weather permitting!!

What kinda speeds do you guys cruise at? Just wondering if a slightly overpowered 4.5 sib could keep up?!

Cheers for now....
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This sounds like fun - weather permitting!!

What kinda speeds do you guys cruise at? Just wondering if a slightly overpowered 4.5 sib could keep up?!

Cheers for now....
Hello

Usually at 20 knts ish - but it's meant to be fun so adjusted to the sea.

You'll be welcome to join in, I'm sure you'll not be the slowest!!
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Andy,

How about aiming for Salcombe again this year?
I'm on marina this year so won't tow down to Plymouth to launch
I think there other S.Devon boats out of Torbay / Teignmouth interested.
Can RV Bolt Tail or in Wembury Bay & run into Salcombe.

Who else is up for this from East or West?

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All being well I would like to tag along this year. I'm based in Brixham now so will cruise down with the Torbay group.
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Looking OK for Sunday - wind's dropping off Friday pm

Thoughts on route Andy?

If you#'re heading to Salcombe I'll probably run down & meet you in the sound first if it's flat as per last year, then run back via Salcombe. Good 90NM day! If it's bumpier, RV en-route.

If you're thinking of Fowey, I'll need to consider 2 cans of extra fuel - it's a 130NM round trip and ensure the weather's set.

Defo won't get into Looe
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Hello

Oddly enough I've just checked the forecast and it's looking ideal wind wise with a small risk of a shower during recovery.

I think we'll go Salcombe and leave Fowey to another day. Sea looks ideal for it and it's always a good cup of tea there
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Sadly can't make this Andy. Will be in London at the weekend.
Hope you all have good day. Would love to catch up with you again in the future.
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I think we'll go Salcombe and leave Fowey to another day. Sea looks ideal for it and it's always a good cup of tea there
Good pasty too if you go to the bakery and not the "specialist" pasty shop

Listening watch on Channel 08?

I'll be leaving Brixham c.1030. Off Dartmouth.c.1050. Bolt Head 11.20 Plymouth Breakwater c.1200 conditions allowing

Salcombe for pasty chips & tea / pop 1300

Happy to co-ordinate an "Eastern" mob.

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Good pasty too if you go to the bakery and not the "specialist" pasty shop

Listening watch on Channel 08?

I'll be leaving Brixham c.1030. Off Dartmouth.c.1050. Bolt Head 11.20 Plymouth Breakwater c.1200 conditions allowing

Salcombe for pasty chips & tea / pop 1300

Happy to co-ordinate an "Eastern" mob.

LT
Hopefully you'll have a good run dowm. I'll pop the times of Eastern departure up on the Facebook page and see if we can get a couple more forvyou.

Wind has increased slightly but still sheltered on the planned route
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So who's out tomorrow for the salcombe trip?
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Treerat,with I think 3-4 other boats, you & I - I hope at least.

Looking as if we will be the only intrepid ribbers from the Eastern side unless someone knows different.
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Good run yesterday.

Fine at start. Nasty short seas from Prawle Point to Wembury,then flattened out to Plymouth & on way back.

Dep Brixham 10:05 RV'd with the 5 Plymouth boats 12:05 outside the breakwater.

Into a very quiet Salcombe c. 1400 (after a delay to fix another one of the boats' engine - MHB100 to the rescue).

Good pasty & cup of tea.

Departed Salcombe 15.20

Return Brixham 16.30

80Nm, 60l fuel

Great to catch up with the Pasty run stalwarts - thanks for a good day all
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Old 20 May 2019, 09:25   #20
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Interesting - I still remember coming back from Newlyn->Poole on the RIB a couple of years ago and the area from Wembury to Prawle, around Hope Cove, being the worst conditions I experienced, a really unpleasant short swell. Clearly it's still there :-).
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