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Old 13 August 2004, 14:00   #1
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August Bank Holls, Poole Harbour

New to this site, Anyone Going to Poole Harbour this Bank Holiday Weekend as i am taking a trip down there with a couple of mates and my RIB. Let me know and could go for a cruise somewhere.
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Old 14 August 2004, 02:58   #2
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Yes could be on for Poole cruise, can only make the Bank Holiday Monday though. Finger crossed on the weather.

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Poole

I went to check out the Baiters Slip today. Best slip for parking I have seen so far. I quite fancy trying it out. It would be nice to meet up with someone who knows the harbour. Monday probably the best day for me too, weather permitting, it is a Bank Holiday after all!
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Re: Poole Harbour

Not been down there for many years, the trouble i have had trying to get a campsite for the weekend.
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Try Beacon Hill. Been there & looks good:

http://www.pooletourism.com/accom.as...ytype=1&id=3.0

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I went to check out the Baiters Slip today. Best slip for parking I have seen so far. I quite fancy trying it out. It would be nice to meet up with someone who knows the harbour. Monday probably the best day for me too, weather permitting, it is a Bank Holiday after all!
Baiter slip is very shallow and you will need a long rope to tie to your trailer. Their are better alternatives but unfortunatly at a cost.

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