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Old 22 January 2004, 08:20   #11
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we would really aprrecciate if you could send us some more details of when and where these rib cruises take pace.

we have alot of experience with ribs and have many very close links with the rnli. we would be greatfull of you to inform us of the cruises.

regards deetox crew
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Old 22 January 2004, 09:34   #12
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See

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Old 22 January 2004, 10:02   #13
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Deetox

All you need to do is to go to my first post on this thread and then click your mouse on each of the blue links in turn.
These will take you directly to lots of details about each cruise.
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Old 22 January 2004, 10:27   #14
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Brian , any other ideas about accommodation ? I tried the Mincarlo and they too are full. Also tried the Tourist Information Office who said they were refering all new enquiries to the campsites. I nearly fell over when my better half said she wanted to come along ( subject to the weather ) but camping is a no no .
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Old 22 January 2004, 11:13   #15
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Looks like i got in just in time by booking yesterday.
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Bern (and others),

This link:

http://www.scillyonline.co.uk/accomm/stmarys.php

lists a total of 6 hotels, 13 Half-Board establishments and 38 B&B's

I can only suggest that you try each of them, a pain, I know, but I am afraid I haven't got any better insight into the situation.
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Old 22 January 2004, 11:55   #17
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Brian,

That was the sight I tried. I rang every one that would take children (about 4 or 5 didn't), the only places with rooms were the hotels, and they are well above my budget.
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Look, I am really sorry about this but............what can I do?
The Scilly's do get up booked early, they are expensive comparatively, but that is the lure of the islands.
If you can get in somewhere, it is worth it-promise!
Otherwise, it seems-camping anyone?

I suggest that if anyone wants to come on the South West Cruise, they also book ahead. I have just checked with The Invicta in Plymouth and they still DO have rooms at reasonable rates.
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Look, I am really sorry about this but............what can I do?
I think you should do the honourable thing and turn your accomodation over to ginger's family and you can kip on Cyanide. I'm sure they'll row you out a bacon butty in the morning.
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Brian,

I am not complaining, I just wanted to save anybody else having to ring all 38 B&B's etc.
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