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Old 23 July 2007, 14:53   #11
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A question, why spend all that money on gas to visit a lighthouse when you have the Scillies in the other direction?
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Old 23 July 2007, 15:49   #12
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Neilhope,We can do the 5th and 11th if you want some one to go out with.We can meet you in Plymouth Sound.
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A question, why spend all that money on gas to visit a lighthouse when you have the Scillies in the other direction?
I fancy it! I've never seen it up close-only from a mile or so off.

I don't really want to tow the boat anywhere to launch either-I spend all year towing trailers and the Scillies are a bit far from Fowey to pay fuel for when I'll be using the boat for 9 days running...
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A question, why spend all that money on gas to visit a lighthouse when you have the Scillies in the other direction?
Yep and there is no bar at the lighthouse

If the weathers right and thats a big if

Very early start cruise along the coast
or tow to a slip closer ( can't be that much further)
or even cruise along the coast the day before leave the ribs moored/berthed, taxi back early start by car then off we go, late cruise back or leave the ribs again and sort out the next day

I'd like to see this close up to (roycruse pic)
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I wanna see that toooooo! looks great, lets try and make this thing BIG! come on you lot!!
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As Hugh says deffinately worth taking the fishing rods of your going out to the lighthouse. Everytime we dive it there are big bass on the rock

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If you want to start from Plymouth i can help sort out a place to keep the boat in or out of the water. But most have lots of notes.
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Yep and there is no bar at the lighthouse

If the weathers right and thats a big if

Very early start cruise along the coast
or tow to a slip closer ( can't be that much further)
or even cruise along the coast the day before leave the ribs moored/berthed, taxi back early start by car then off we go, late cruise back or leave the ribs again and sort out the next day

I'd like to see this close up to (roycruse pic)
You don't have to go to the Scillies to see that (Roy's pic) is of Kynance Cove which is on the Lizard Peninsula
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You don't have to go to the Scillies to see that (Roy's pic) is of Kynance Cove which is on the Lizard Peninsula
Yep but on the way ish ?

I'm trying to make a plan for the week but when it rains that'll all go t ts up
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Yep but on the way ish ?
. Great coastline all the way down to Lands End.
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