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Old 09 March 2010, 00:00   #11
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Excuse my ignorance, what is j.a.w.s? Are there launching charges and the car parks trailer friendly?

Would be worth a trip out for some play time..
Herne Bay and Whitstable Jetski and Watercraft Society (J.A.W.S.)

i did have a jetski,,, but its open to boats and any thing that floats
no charges other than parking and half the carpark has double lenth bays for trailers
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Old 09 March 2010, 04:13   #12
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Herne Bay and Whitstable Jetski and Watercraft Society (J.A.W.S.)

i did have a jetski,,, but its open to boats and any thing that floats
no charges other than parking and half the carpark has double lenth bays for trailers
Looks like a trip out.. The MCA are replacing the jetty at Rye, and its not open during the week for next 12 weeks (Open Sat/Sun though - Parking bad as the storing gear where trailers are normally dumped!!)

Hope to see you all out soon.. Anyone else from the marsh area on here?

Mike
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Old 09 March 2010, 04:15   #13
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hi, folkestone has a slip but parking is awkward, sandgate is a no goer, it took about 40 min to get to herne bay and the slip looked good will be off there son as clocks change and i get my prop back from being repaired. Fridays and sats are my weekend. There must be ribbers around this area.
I may have a solution to parking, which slip is it at folkestone? The one by the Harbour on the inside of the railway line?

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