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Old 25 June 2009, 17:02   #171
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Should 1 RIB buddy up with 1 jetski and keep an eye out for them?

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Am happy to help as well if a JS wants to do point.

Andy am making the trip from Hayling, happy also to watch your back to and from.
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Old 25 June 2009, 17:04   #172
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Am happy to help as well if a JS wants to do point.

Andy am making the trip from Hayling, happy also to watch your back to and from.
Okay. Will be listening out on 72.
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Old 25 June 2009, 17:08   #173
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Tim,

I will inform the CG from The Needles with boat number from late Friday night.

What time shall we decide on go/no go? Say 20.00 Friday?
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Old 25 June 2009, 17:11   #174
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JET-SKIS
Paul + 1 other (and another 1 possibly)

Any chance of the other jet-skier's name or the vessel name for the Stingher?

Do the jet-skis have coms? Would MMSI numbers be useful? Do you want full crew names? Anything else you want to know? [/QUOTE]


The other skier is Kevin Pullen, otherwise known as Banshee, his is a Blue SeaDoo GTX supercharged, mine is Black/White Honda & ski is regd as Blow N Away, SSR 114078.
Both will have H/H coms.
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Old 25 June 2009, 18:05   #175
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OK: here's the latest:

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David + 1 Grimalkin Ribcraft 7.5 Avocet
Trevor + 1 DizzyLizzy Ballistic 6.8 DizzyLizzy
Tim + 1 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
Mark + 2 ? Stingher 6.9 -

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Chris + 6 Ginger Crew Sunseeker 10m Ginger Crew
Jimmy + 3 Firecrest Botnia Targa 10m -

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Paul Blow N Away B/w Honda J/S size Paul Cannell
Kevin Banshee Bl Skidoo GTX J/S size -

All have coms either H/H or fixed (or both)

I think that's it but let me know if there's more. The idea is for me to laminate the list and provide a copy for anyone that wants one: it will help as an introduction between those that don't know each other already and should save having to write names on duck-tape on boats.

I'm happy to do this but let me know if anything else needs to be added to the list (by way of additional information or names) or if any changes are needed.
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Old 25 June 2009, 18:20   #176
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Sorry! Only picked up your PM after my last post (No 175) and wanted to send the following but can't 'cos your mailbox is full! The duck tape/identification idea is good but, I suspect, too difficult to manage successfully at this stage.

I know that Trevor (DizzyLizzy) gets confused between Dave/David, Grimalkin and Avocet and refers to me as he feels inclined but I can live with that.

I've now got Grimalkin fairly boldly displayed on the boat and I think that most of the boats are fairly distinctive anyway: I suspect that, whatever we do, after a two and a half hour crossing, we'll recognise the boats but not the owners when we meet afterwards!
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Old 25 June 2009, 18:24   #177
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Trevor + 1 DizzyLizzy Ballistic 6.8 DizzyLizzy

The idea is for me to laminate the list and provide a copy for anyone that wants one
Hi Dave - It's Richard that will be with me on Dizzy Lizzy.
And yes please for a copy of the laminated list when we meet up - Thanks
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Old 26 June 2009, 01:33   #178
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Laminated list

Brilliant idea.

Thanks David.

I am trying to get hold of a large red dryboard marker which will write on the console. I don't think duct tape would be readable from very far.

Tony and Ros!
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Old 26 June 2009, 02:07   #179
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Stinger rib is called something Italian.

Weather is still Light winds but thunder and rain this side of the channel
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Old 26 June 2009, 02:47   #180
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Latest weather from Jersey Met Office

General Situation:
At 4am, a belt of low pressure from the Alps to mid Atlantic was drifting N. A ridge of high pressure over Biscay was drifting E.

Forecast from 7 am Friday to 7 am Saturday:
Wind: W to NW F2 to 3, becoming variable in the afternoon with sea breezes developing for a time, locally F4 towards mid Channel overnight.
Forecast: Sea fog banks, extensive at first, affecting coasts, otherwise fair with a risk of a shower developing in the afternoon near French coasts.
Visibility: Moderate to good but very poor in fog.
Sea State: Smooth or slight.
Swell: Not significant.
Sea Temp: 16

Forecast from 7 am Saturday to 7 am Sunday
Wind: Westerly or variable F1 to 3
Forecast: Fair with sea fog patches.
Visibility: Moderate to good, locally very poor.
Sea State: Smooth or slight.

Data from Jersey Met, last updated on Friday 26th June 2009 at 07:37
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