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Old 20 April 2012, 03:39   #1
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Anyone out on the Solent Sat 21st April?

The weather's looking good for tomorrow (Saturday 21st April). Rick and I will probably be taking the Searider out for a blast starting from Southampton and wonder if anyone else wants to join us?

We hope to be launching from under the Itchen bridge at about 10.30.

It's High tide roughly from 11.00 to 15.00 so lunch in Wooton Creek, Ryde or Bembridge would be possible options.

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Old 20 April 2012, 05:45   #2
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Hi Trevor,

Not this weekend unfortunately, but thinking about next Sat or Sun, if your around and weather is OK.

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Wootton Creek is probably a bit far for me in sub-optimal weather (I hate helming in rain; even with goggles).

I could be persuaded, however, for lunch at Keyhaven where the tides should be good between at least 12.00 and 2.00 (nice crab salad in the pub there).

Let me know here or by text.

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Wootton Creek is probably a bit far for me in sub-optimal weather (I hate helming in rain; even with goggles).

I could be persuaded, however, for lunch at Keyhaven where the tides should be good between at least 12.00 and 2.00 (nice crab salad in the pub there).
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What do you mean - sub optimal weather? Tomorrow's going to be hot and sunny!
I'll check if crab salad meet's Rick's approval (over a piggy carvery in the Sloop) and either post here early in the morning or text you.
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Hi Dave - Yup - Keyhaven it will be then. I've not been there before, and always like to try somewhere new. I assume you intend to eat in the Gun Inn as that seems to specialise in Crab Salad?
Rick's happy as I've told him they probably do a good Scampi - his current favourite!
See you just after 12-ish.
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