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Old 15 May 2010, 15:26   #51
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Each and everyone is responsible for there own safety and passage planning skippers decision to go or not .

This is a friendly cruise in company to Aldrney and no charge is made for this just peope who like getting out on the water having fun.
Paul Cannel Cross Channel Pwc mad man and PWC Instructor is looking for someone to take his wife as a passenger so maybe get in touch with each other.
Just keep your eye on the post as time gets nearer then more details posted
All the above subject to weather conditions of course.
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Old 23 May 2010, 06:46   #52
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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 with safety equipment

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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Pronto Princess 40 Tim + 4
Lady Ann Prestige 32 +2
Something Italian Stingher + 2
Please add names to list and crew numbers .
We may well have two groups fast and slow will keep you posted.
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Old 25 May 2010, 12:04   #53
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Ginger Crew Sunseeker 40 + 4
Pronto Princess 40 Tim + 4
Lady Ann Prestige 32 +2
Something Italian Stingher + 2
Please add names to list and crew numbers .
We may well have two groups fast and slow will keep you posted.
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Please could you add us to your list:
Blue Ray - Shearwater 8.6m - Trevor G (used to be Dizzy Lizzy) + 2
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Old 25 May 2010, 12:33   #54
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Hi all,

Sorry I have not been too active here for a bit, the sun came out and people remembered they had boats!

At just under a month to go, is it time to start thinking about some arrangements? Can I suggest, in no order at all....

Supper at the chippy, a much loved venue that is also a bring-your-own which keeps the price down. They get busy though so now is the time to book.

Barbecue at the Sailing Club, I would suggest some of the very finest beef you will ever taste - that of the local dairy herd!

Both of those are geared to the budget end, last year the Harbour Lights did a good job of combining rooms with a dinner which went down pretty well if I recall.

There are obviously several restaurants as well, if you want more info give me an idea of price range.

For the Saturday day time I suggest a walking tour of the island, we can include town and by definition lunch after taking in some sights while working up a thirst at the same time.

Erin and Martini have both said they hope to come. Which by my reckoning make the numbers about 20 at the mo?
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Old 25 May 2010, 14:35   #55
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Hi all, just thought I would finally add my name to the list, been watching the tread for a while, and since the dates are still the same, it looks like its potential goer for me. I would be coming up from France of course, maybe even join up with the Jersey contingent? It would be me and my 15 year old son in "Into the Red" our 7m Vmax

Oh and PS. Malthouse, what ever happened to June...? I never knew that it had been abolished as a month, when did this happen?
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Old 25 May 2010, 14:39   #56
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Martin Fish and chips sounds good on the Friday and Beef on the Sat walking or just chilling sounds good to me .
Best thing is to see what everyone wants can you post a link to accomodation so people can start sorting themselves out .
This year if we could have the Motor boats closer to shore as they tended to roll about alot last year and some did not get too much kip.
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Old 25 May 2010, 15:26   #57
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Old 25 May 2010, 16:00   #58
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Blown away (PWC ) +2
PWC +1
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Martin Fish and chips sounds good on the Friday and Beef on the Sat walking or just chilling sounds good to me .
Best thing is to see what everyone wants can you post a link to accomodation so people can start sorting themselves out .
This year if we could have the Motor boats closer to shore as they tended to roll about alot last year and some did not get too much kip.
Ta
The following have expressed an interest please can they confirm as need a rough idea on numbers will have two groups 25knots + and 20 knots -
I will be at the back acting as sweeper I need someone in the fast group with radar please and you must know how to use it so a volunteer to lead off please.

Please confirm if coming and number of pax
Mark 241
Neil Harvey
Mollers
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Roy Smith
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Old 25 May 2010, 16:26   #59
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I would be coming up from France of course, maybe even join up with the Jersey contingent? It would be me and my 15 year old son in "Into the Red" our 7m Vmax
That sounds fine to me and it would be good to cruise in company for a change, though it will depend upon what day and time we choose to go up (accommodation being no problem for us as my parents live there ).


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Erin and Martini have both said they hope to come.
Certainly hope to come up, and I'm sure I can persuade the RYA qualified bar staff to open up the club bar again!
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At just under a month to go,
?? Just under 2 months to go til July 23rd by my calculations!?
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