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Old 12 July 2010, 09:07   #141
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I have added some guidance photos to the web page.
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Old 12 July 2010, 10:39   #142
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I have added some guidance photos to the web page.
It's very simple really, no need for fancy passage plans and photos:-

Turn left at the needles
Head south for about two and a bit hours
If you can smell onions, you're too far east
If you can smell donkeys, you're too fast west
If you can smell beer, you're bang on
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Old 12 July 2010, 15:28   #143
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It's very simple really, no need for fancy passage plans and photos:-

Turn left at the needles
Head south for about two and a bit hours
If you can smell onions, you're too far east
If you can smell donkeys, you're too fast west
If you can smell beer, you're bang on
Like it!

At the moment I've only got the friday off so no x-channel and no Sark camping for me but I'm still working on it
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Old 12 July 2010, 17:32   #144
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Some of you have already been in touch regarding fuel in Alderney and we can offer a RIBnet price of 10p a litre off the pump price. What would be helpful is an idea of quantities required and timings for fuel. For those of you came last year we do now have a couple of 50 litre cans but as you know the easiest way forward is for us to get your cans, fill them and return. However we have about 400 litres in stock but some forward planning as to timing with tides etc would help everyone. The petrol station is shut on Sunday afternoon so all boats would have to fuelled before 12 that day. High water is always easiest and this is at about 17.00 on the Friday evening and a few hours either side is no problem. Saturday high tides are at about 6 am and 6 pm. However we will do all we can to help as and when it suits. The chandlery does shut at 6pm but will stay open if required and with a little warning.

We also stock a full range of oils etc and will gladly offer all ribnet cruisers a discount off all chandlery just make yourselves known!

The water taxi runs from 8am until midnight and the price is still 1.50 each way per person as it has been for the last 6 plus years (2.50 after 21.30). Call us on either channel 37 (M1), channel 80 or 07781415420.

If we can help in any other way please give us a shout.

Look forward to seeing you.

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Old 13 July 2010, 02:58   #145
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I am happy to flip a few bangers and burgers for the hungry mob, are there any others who would like to share this job, so we could have a split shift on the Barbie.
Comms in general will be 72 but can also use rib.net MMSI for group work.
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Old 13 July 2010, 03:42   #146
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Edit : Just a quick thought, would it not make sense to share MMSIs with each other in order for private comms or to regroup two groups or whatever?
Mine's 235 063 428

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I am happy to flip a few bangers and burgers for the hungry mob, are there any others who would like to share this job, so we could have a split shift on the Barbie.
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As mentioned in my earlier message, I'll do a shift.
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As mentioned in my earlier message, I'll do a shift.
I too would be happy to lend a hand

& my MMSI is... 235 076 114

Another quick point, is anyone bringing a tender? I shall have my first ever boat :P strapped to the front, but wait to find a suitable mounting position for its engine so it may be a man-powered craft

I assume all those going on the Sark extension will have a small landing craft as obligatory equipment?
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I assume all those going on the Sark extension will have a small landing craft as obligatory equipment?
Hmmm good point. Will maybe have to take the tender and oars.
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Some of you have already been in touch regarding fuel in Alderney and we can offer a RIBnet price of 10p a litre off the pump price. What would be helpful is an idea of quantities required and timings for fuel. For those of you came last year we do now have a couple of 50 litre cans but as you know the easiest way forward is for us to get your cans, fill them and return. However we have about 400 litres in stock but some forward planning as to timing with tides etc would help everyone. The petrol station is shut on Sunday afternoon so all boats would have to fuelled before 12 that day. High water is always easiest and this is at about 17.00 on the Friday evening and a few hours either side is no problem. Saturday high tides are at about 6 am and 6 pm. However we will do all we can to help as and when it suits. The chandlery does shut at 6pm but will stay open if required and with a little warning.

We also stock a full range of oils etc and will gladly offer all ribnet cruisers a discount off all chandlery just make yourselves known!

The water taxi runs from 8am until midnight and the price is still 1.50 each way per person as it has been for the last 6 plus years (2.50 after 21.30). Call us on either channel 37 (M1), channel 80 or 07781415420.

If we can help in any other way please give us a shout.

Look forward to seeing you.

Penny
Hi
Can i have 100lts of Petrol please
I have my own Fuel cans
I will refuel late on Friday if thats alright
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Hi
Can i have 100lts of Petrol please
I have my own Fuel cans
I will refuel late on Friday if thats alright
That's fine but if you want your want cans filled the petrol station shuts at 5pm and it would be easier to take yours up there than transferring from our jerry cans into yours!
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