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Old 20 January 2004, 10:59   #1
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Cruises Planned for 2004

Cruises for 2004

This is an unashamed plug for three of the Cruises that I have planned for this year.
Please visit the links below for full details but note that potential attendees for The Scilly Isles Cruise will need to make accommodation reservations NOW.

The Scilly Isles
http://www.biboa.com/~sicruise/
1st-3rd. May 2004

South-West Ireland Cruise
http://www.biboa.com/~icruise/
15th-23rd. May 2004

The South-West of England Cruise
http://www.biboa.com/~swcruise/
12th and 13th June 2004
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Old 21 January 2004, 10:29   #2
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What about Alderney this year?
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Old 21 January 2004, 10:53   #3
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Accomodatoin in the Isles of Scilly

I spent most of yesterday afternoon trying to book somewhere to stay, the only places with any rooms were the Hotels and they were all asking over 100 per night.

All the guest houses and b&b's were full due to the Gig championships that weekend.

As a matter of note, I ended up not booking anywhere as the total cost for a family of four was approx 465, way to expensive for my wallet.
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Old 21 January 2004, 12:08   #4
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Did you try the Mincarlo.. Stayed there a couple of years ago. Don't know if the information is still valid but these were my thoughts at the time

Accomodation not brilliant but far better than some of the broom cupboards I have stayed in. Breakfast OK. Bryony Duncan, Manager 01720 422513.
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Old 21 January 2004, 12:26   #5
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I am at work at the moment, but I tried every establishment on the Scillies web site with no joy.
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Old 21 January 2004, 12:37   #6
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I stayed at the Garrison Campsite. Very cheap and good facilities. Just put a tent and sleeping bag in a drybag!!

If you have to cancel due to bad weather etc you then do not loose much.
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Old 21 January 2004, 14:48   #7
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. Bryony Duncan, Manager 01720 422513.
easy on the eye to IIRC
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Old 21 January 2004, 18:37   #8
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Thanks for the (2nd) reminder Brian, i've now booked a 'otel for the Scilly Cruise so consider me there! I must add though, at the price i've paid we'll be going regardless of the weather i hope!

Your SW jaunt is also already in my calender.
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I'll be there and have already secured a very nice cabin with excellent sea views.

If Mr Garside and Di are there then I shall bring some very nice coffee to share ( best facilities, and company to think of it, on a RIB I have ever seen ! )

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Thanks All, for your keeness to participate, BUT please remember you MUST fill out the on-line form on the website so that I get notified with all your details and, more importantly, we are covered by insurance.

Depsol.
Dont worry. I will be in Alderney several times this year. Harbour to harbour, it is only 65nmiles for me. I love the place. However I have only been asked to organise the 3 cruises listed above. It is for others to organise official cruises elsewhere.

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To precis the above cruises:
-The South West England Cruise is for beginners, novices, families etc. You will all be "cuddled" and we move at the pace of the slowest.
-The Scilly Isles Cruise is for those who would like to be a little more adventurous and go "off-shore" perhaps for the first time.
-The South West Ireland Cruise is for nutters.
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