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Old 25 June 2009, 02:03   #121
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Okay. Cool. I might buy an extra can to show willing.

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Mainbrayce have lots of cans, funnels and syphons but if you do bring your own that will help the job along.
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Great. Ask Rosa to have a pint of my usual ready for me
The Assistant Secretary (Bar) has been unable to find anyone to staff the bar.

It looks like we might have to meet in the Moorings pub.
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Old 25 June 2009, 02:38   #123
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If you can't see where you're going then in a small boat - even if you're lucky enough to have radar and can use it - it's scary! Moderate or good visibility is good to go, but fog patches (unless thin) or thundery showers could give cause for thought. (Other weather sites are much less pessimistic).
It is unlikely that you will find a forecast that has no wind that does not mention poor vis. (Mind you the channel islands are famous for 30 knot fog too! )

We will be on hand on Saturday morning keeping an eye on the actual weather here as well as the various forecasts, Tim has our mobile number and I would ask his to pass that on to you all. As mentioned earlier we will also be on the radio to confirm conditions in Braye as you approach.

The current forecast for Saturday morning from Jersey Met is:

Forecast from 7 am Friday to 7 am Saturday
Wind: W'ly F3 to 4 decreasing F2 or 3 during the morning, becoming locally variable with sea breezes in the afternoon.
Forecast: Cloudy and misty at first becoming fair by afternoon. Risk of sea fog patches.
Visibility: Moderate to poor becoming mainly moderate to good.
Sea State: Slight.


I would also reiterate that Windfinder has proved pretty accurate locally and is the forecast of choice for the Harbour Master:

www.alderneymarine.com/weather.html

There is also a link on our site to the commercial quay web cams which have current wind speed shown.
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If any would like Malthouse Marines mobile number please get in touch .
Still ok to go weather wise but keep checking for peace of mind .
Hoping only early morning fog or mist if any please make sure you carry a radar reflector and fog horn .



Some good plans submitted though not all have done one, this is your trip your plan it should make you feel more confident on passage planning we are going together as a group and will look out for each other.
A cruising speed of 25knots will keep your fuel bill down and allow the jetski gang to arrive with some reserve in the tank . I notice that some use route planning software that is pretty cool please let others know what you use .
Weather update tonight and then Friday there is no pressure on anyone to come.

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Old 25 June 2009, 04:11   #125
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Give us a break!

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Does that mean that you can now get ashore for lunch without having to wait for the taxi to finish his own (protracted) lunch first?
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Old 25 June 2009, 04:13   #126
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Evening meal

Tim x2
Paul x6 (Jetskiers)
Tony x2
Trevor x2
Martin & Mel
Keith x2
David & Ginny
Mick x2

Any more?
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Cans I have

I will lend cans

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If I need to refill my built-in tank with 90ltrs, do I need to provide 4 x 25 ltr cans???

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p.s. I don't own 4 cans.....
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Tim x2
Paul x6 (Jetskiers)
Tony x2
Trevor x2
Martin & Mel
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David & Ginny
Mick x2

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7 more from me

Are there any others out there that would like to come please add your name/names to the list and prepare your passage plan to Alderney from the Fairway buoy departure time is 1100 arrival time 1330 ish
Weather forcasts to be updated tonight and Friday .

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Tim x7
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Maybe contact Jon Adlard at BIBOA he may have some advise.

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Hi Mick - I'm with Euromarine Insurance - Rib value 26K, 5+ years no claims, Policy includes 30 days European holiday cover (we use the RIB in France for the summer), INCLUDES occasional trips to the Channel Islands at no extra cost - when I took out the policy I said I was going to do some trips with Biboa and RibNet as a group and they said they would make sure the cover included this. Boat is kept at home & needs Wheel Clamp, Hitch lock and to be chained to something solid (not sure where you keep yours). Normal price 265.94, I get a discount as a member of Biboa of 10% so Net cost 241.56. May be worth a try.
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