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Old 26 June 2009, 03:18   #181
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The meal on saturday night is all confirmed, the only slight change is there may not be enough skate and so the chef may replace that with another fresh fish.

I have said that we will probably meet in their bar around 7 and eat at 8, if that needs moving please let me know.
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Old 26 June 2009, 03:33   #182
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The meal on saturday night is all confirmed, the only slight change is there may not be enough skate and so the chef may replace that with another fresh fish.

I have said that we will probably meet in their bar around 7 and eat at 8, if that needs moving please let me know.
Cool. Thanks for arranging.

I must go in The Divers. I love that pub, even though it has had a makeover.
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Old 26 June 2009, 04:00   #183
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Coastguard Info. URGENT.

I am going to email the Coastguard with our details.

Could I please have from everyone:

Call Sign
Do you hav a CG66 lodged
Shore Contact.
Correct name of vessel.

I need to send this off by 20.00 tonight, Friday.

Thanks.
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Old 26 June 2009, 04:34   #184
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I don't have the information you need from me at work but I'm hoping to leave before lunch and will get it to you. Could you PM me a copy of your email to the CG and I'll incorporate the info into the laminated sheet?

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Old 26 June 2009, 05:54   #185
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I am going to email the Coastguard with our details.

Could I please have from everyone:

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Do you hav a CG66 lodged
Shore Contact.
Correct name of vessel.

I need to send this off by 20.00 tonight, Friday.

Thanks.

Call sign / Vessel name: Blow N Away
CG66 lodged, SSR 114078, DataTag AD1689


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Old 26 June 2009, 07:20   #186
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Tony,

Boat name: Grimalkin
Call sign: MVNU6
CG66 lodged
Shore contact as per CG66
SSR 132424

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Old 26 June 2009, 07:54   #187
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I am going to email the Coastguard with our details.

Could I please have from everyone:

Call Sign
Do you hav a CG66 lodged
Shore Contact.
Correct name of vessel.

I need to send this off by 20.00 tonight, Friday.

Thanks.
Hi Tony,

If you would like me to give a copy to the CG/HM here then pop it over by email.
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Old 26 June 2009, 10:08   #188
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Hi Tony,

If you would like me to give a copy to the CG/HM here then pop it over by email.
Thanks. Solent have already sent a copy!

And to the French, Gurnsey and Uncle Tom!

They must think our navigation is crap!
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Old 26 June 2009, 10:12   #189
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CG notification.

Thanks to everyone who has sent me the details. The definitive email will go out at 20.00.

I will send a copy to David who has offered to add it to the laminated sheet.

There has been some good advice from NMCG which is to tick in a tight formation if the fog comes in. Perhaps we can adopt the motcycle riders formation on being two or three abreast and staggeed so no one is behing anyone. Chevron style?

If it is foggy, I am sure Tim will advise us on 72 on the best procedure.
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