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Old 13 July 2010, 14:26   #151
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The cruisers x 3 will need about 300 to 400 litres each what would be the best time Friday or Saturday night to refill


When we get to Alderney can the cruisers have the moorings closer to shore as they rocked and rolled abit in the night last year.
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Old 13 July 2010, 15:01   #152
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The cruisers x 3 will need about 300 to 400 litres each what would be the best time Friday or Saturday night to refill


When we get to Alderney can the cruisers have the moorings closer to shore as they rocked and rolled abit in the night last year.
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Hi Tim

I assume we are talking diesel and either night will be fine and we are open until 6pm or later by arrangement. We will give them a Ribnet price if they let themselves known to us.

As for moorings these are run by the Harbour Office, who won't take bookings and are on a first come first served basis. Sorry I can't help on this one.

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Old 13 July 2010, 19:05   #153
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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?
We should have our tender with us with a small outboard.
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Old 14 July 2010, 03:48   #154
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Have I missed any one off ?
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Old 14 July 2010, 04:13   #155
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Have I missed any one off ?
I think post 138 was the most recent list?

Martini is a two and Gotchiguy are a two too.
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Old 14 July 2010, 04:15   #156
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Old 14 July 2010, 11:06   #157
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Old 14 July 2010, 11:39   #158
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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!
Ok will do Sat am
can i get to the jetty at loe tide
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can i get to the jetty at loe tide
To get along-side in the inner harbour you will need well over 2m of tide.

There are landing stages on the commercial quay that have all tide access, see the pics posted earlier.

There is also the breakwater slipway that is ok at all but low springs, and not a bad place to load fuel.

You can get a tide table here:

www.alderneymarine.com/info/

Edit: I have added a map of the harbour area to the Floptilla page.
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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!
Ok will do Sat am
can i get to the jetty at loe tide
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