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Old 03 April 2010, 01:38   #21
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We'd be up for this one
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Old 03 April 2010, 04:34   #22
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Cool

I have put it in the diary and updated the floptilla page:

http://www.alderneymarine.com/floptilla/
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Old 03 April 2010, 05:39   #23
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Some trailer storage in Salcombe would be handy. Cookee.......
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Old 03 April 2010, 12:42   #24
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Would be good to see everyone again and a few new faces as well. We'll certainly be up for it.
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Old 06 April 2010, 08:29   #25
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We haven't done this trip before but are likely participators.
Whats the score with accomodation and B&B's etc ? Weather depending, is camping a possibility maybe ?
Any advice ?
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Old 06 April 2010, 14:42   #26
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Whats the score with accomodation and B&B's etc ? Weather depending, is camping a possibility maybe ?
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Camping is definitely an option, and not too far from Braye Harbour via road or coastal path. You may need to book a pitch in advance. I'm sure Malthouse will come along with more up to date info fairly soon. As far as hotels and B&B's go, there's a reasonable range which shouldn't be too booked up at this time of year. Again, if Martin organises the Alderney end of things, he may be able to negotiate some deals for everyone. He sorted out various people last year and the communal dinner. I should be able to get the Alderney Sailing Club bar opened again for us all without too much difficulty. So that's food, drink and beds sorted. Just fuel to think about.
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I have put it in the diary and updated the floptilla page:

http://www.alderneymarine.com/floptilla/

Malthouse: the links on the floptilla page don't seem to be working at present.
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Old 06 April 2010, 17:40   #28
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We haven't done this trip before but are likely participators.
Whats the score with accommodation and B&B's etc ? Weather depending, is camping a possibility maybe ?
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Hi Mark, last year we stayed at Harbour Lights hotel, there is a good range of accommodation available from a 5 p/n camp site to a 4 star hotel at 160.

http://www.visitalderney.com/accommo...id=-1&grade=-1
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July the 23rd to the 25th it is then.

The links to Alderney point you in the right direction for accommodation, Martin can also give you details of places to stay.


Fuel wise we were fine last year although beaware of the containers used better to bring your own, as had a couple of boats come up with alarms regarding water in fuel.

Is Avocet and Mustard coming again ?

If we could start to make a list so we have a rough idea on numbers

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