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Old 13 May 2004, 06:58   #1
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BIBOA Cruise to S/W Ireland

Cruise to S/W Ireland

This Cruise is still due to leave Falmouth at 0800 on Saturday the 15th May, now that the weatherman has given his kind permission.

We expect to arrive in Kinsale early Saturday evening.
On Sunday we will go to Baltimore, on Monday to Dingle, Tuesday to the Aran Islands for a couple of days, and then returning probably via Schull.

If any ribster or friend of Rib.net is in the vicinity of any of these places on the appointed day, and would like a beer and a chat, we would be delighted to see you.

More details of our planned trip can be found on the BIBOA website at
www.biboa.com
click on Cruising.........
then click on S/W Ireland.........
There are then various pages on our exact route and the planned participants.
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Below is a link to a full repport on this cruise:
http://www.biboa.com/~icruise/SWest%...e2004a.doc.htm
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Looks like you all had a great time.

A nice write up too.

Hope to meet up with you this year some time.


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Brian,

excellent write up.

Peter,

Debbies review of the East Coast rivers trip is pretty good too.
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A good tale Brian, sounds like a fantastic trip!
See you next weekend.
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Reading it now Alex. Look like you had a good time.
See you in Cowes/Plymouth soon I hope.
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Just saw this now. Great write up on my cruising area, you really did it justice. Glad to hear you enjoyed it. I was unfortunately out of Cork at the time. I had hoped to see you in Baltimore. A friend of mine saw Cyanide in Baltimore and was very impressed. McCarthy's bar I have to agree, is a great bar with plenty of "craic!!", it is my local when I'm living in my holiday home in Baltimore. Declan's a nice guy and is a neighbour of mine in Baltimore.

Well done on the cruise. Sounds like it was a real success. If you ever need any info or anything on Cork don't hesitate to ask.
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