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Old 24 March 2010, 03:13   #11
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I've been waiting since last June for this thread to start, If it goes ahead I hope you guys don't mind a PWC user tagging along again, can my wife come this time on one of the Rib's......... I think I've got most things asked in one go :-)
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Old 30 March 2010, 17:02   #12
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Are we doing it again?
We'd love to do this again as well - last year we liked it so much on the Ribnet cruise in June we did it again at the start of August on the Biboa Cruise.
Anyone got dates in mind as yet?
Martin - are there any weekends we should avoid due to other events being on that will make accomodation difficult?
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Old 30 March 2010, 17:16   #13
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Martin - are there any weekends we should avoid due to other events being on that will make accomodation difficult?
Only really the first 10 days of August as that is Alderney Week (yeah, I know ten day week). Mind you that is a cracking event, but it is the only time when the island exceeds capacity.
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Old 02 April 2010, 12:43   #14
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Rib ride for wife.....sorted, extra fuel.....sorted, Tim posting on 'Ribex' thread that he's planning an Alderney trip......priceless
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Rib ride for wife.....sorted, extra fuel.....sorted, Tim posting on 'Ribex' thread that he's planning an Alderney trip......priceless
Looking forward to it already
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Old 02 April 2010, 14:10   #16
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Count me in so long as its before August....
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Old 02 April 2010, 14:12   #17
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I'll be keeping an eye on this thread and hoping I can make it... been a few years since I did this run
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Old 02 April 2010, 17:13   #18
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Hello
Just seen this how does Friday the 23rd to Sunday the 25th sound
This gives me one day in the bar one day sober to enjoy the delights of Alderney and return on Sunday.

Motor Cruisers Ribs Pwc's all welcome you are asked to plan your own passage , have a suitable craft and safety equipment your decision to go or not your responsibility for own safety no charge is made for this just a cruise in company for the experienced or inexperienced to enjoy and as always weather dependent.

A minimum of RYA Intermediate for Ribs, Dayskipper for Motor Cruisers and PWC certificate of Proficiency for the PWC's is suggested.

Be nice to have a group meal again last years was amazing value location excellent and everyone was very happy with the accomodation available and Martin (Malthouse) did an outstanding job of shoreside facilities and great to meet Martini and Erin.
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Yeah, I could be up for this one. A two day stop over is ideal, would probably depart Salcombe for a mid-channel rondezvous.
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July 23/25th!, Boss says Yes (me)
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