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Old 25 June 2009, 08:05   #141
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Old 25 June 2009, 08:06   #142
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Can I suggest we agree a couple of short 5-10 min stops say at 20 & 40 miles across.

Ive marked 10 mile intervals on the PP. Any thoughts?

Mick.
Definately. We should have a raft-up and a photo-op.

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Old 25 June 2009, 11:37   #143
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Hi everyone,

I've spoken to my insurance company (RJP Marine) and they have informed me that I am covered for the trip under the standard policy.

Should be at Lee on Solent @ lunch tomorrow and will go for a run in the afternoon or evening & hope to see you all in Yarmouth harbour Saturday morning, will listen out on ch72.

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Old 25 June 2009, 11:56   #144
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The stops will be of benefit to the PWCers as they will be ready for a stretch and a slug of water, but be wary of sending confusing signals to any shipping that may be tracking the "fleet" as you pass in front of there intended course.

20 miles in will put you in the path of anything heading in or out of Poole and 40 miles will be in amongst the channel traffic.
Oh yes?

Didn't think of that did I ? I guess the best way would be to to stop at 1 & 2 hours from departure FB. Lead boat at the time makes the safe to stop decision and slows the fleet to a sensible stop.
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Old 25 June 2009, 12:05   #145
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If you like .
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Martin has put my hat on straight re stopping, Ive suggested an alternative. As you are following up the rear are you happy with my suggestion? If so please confirm you are happy to adopt this as part of the group Passage Plan?

Sorry my recent training course has made me think too much, hope you dont mind.
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Old 25 June 2009, 12:07   #146
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Due to a late cancellation, I have either a Double or Twin room available at The Harbour Lights for Saturday night, 45 /Double, 60/ Twin

Send me a Private message if interested.

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Old 25 June 2009, 12:28   #147
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"It'd be useful and sociable to have similar details for the other boats if they can

At last.................its taken me bl@@dy hours to get registered on here !

Here's our details:-

Were one of the hard boats coming
40 foot motorboat Ginger Crew containing this lot!

Chris (mobi is 07860 854163) & Liz + 2boys
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Old 25 June 2009, 12:42   #148
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I'll bring the seasickness tablets then

Here's a list of the Ribnet boats that appear to have signed up so far:

David + 1 Grimalkin Ribcraft 7.5 Avocet
Trevor + 1 DizzyLizzy Ballistic 6.8 DizzyLizzy
Tim + ? Cin Cirrah Ocean 8.0 tim griffin
Mick + 2 Rapid Solent 6.0 Mick Balch
Tony + 1 Mustard Ribeye 7.85 JABS
Andy + 1 Ditherer Avon 6.2 Andy Moore

Any more (eg Roy Smith)?

It'd be useful and sociable to have similar details for the other boats if they can be posted and I will add them to the list.
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Old 25 June 2009, 12:48   #149
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Hi Chris and welcome to Ribnet. Updated list as follows:

RIBS
David + 1 Grimalkin Ribcraft 7.5 Avocet
Trevor + 1 DizzyLizzy Ballistic 6.8 DizzyLizzy
Tim + ? Cin Cirrah Ocean 8.0 tim griffin
Mick + 2 Rapid Solent 6.0 Mick Balch
Tony + 1 Mustard Ribeye 7.85 JABS
Andy + 1 Ditherer Avon 6.2 Andy Moore
Roy + 1 Cookie Jar Scorpion 8.1 Roy Smith

HARDBOAT
Chris + 6 Ginger Crew Sunseeker 10m Ginger Crew

Look forward to seeing/meeting you on Saturday.

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Old 25 June 2009, 13:29   #150
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I've spoken to my insurance company (RJP Marine) and they have informed me that I am covered for the trip under the standard policy.
I spoke to mine today. I am covered provided I am crossing as part of a floptilla.

I said we were, indeed, a floptilla.

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