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Old 15 February 2019, 11:37   #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, 13:49   #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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Old 15 February 2019, 16:11   #3
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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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Old 16 February 2019, 05:27   #4
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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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