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Old 16 November 2006, 13:07   #11
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trip to guernsey in summer

Sounds good keep me informed . We like to go if it does work out as the Class 1 powerboat race in Plymouth. Dave. M
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Old 16 November 2006, 13:14   #12
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Count me in too, sure I can find some crew to jump on with me.
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Old 16 November 2006, 13:21   #13
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This sounds like fun! We'd certainly enjoy another run to Guernsey!

Great spot.

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Hi Dave,

Hope you didnt think i was hi jacking your thread. I will keep you posted with Updates etc.

This could potentialy be a massive event next year. I recon we could have over 20 Ribs taking part which would be fantastic.

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Old 17 November 2006, 09:43   #15
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Hi Dave,

This could potentialy be a massive event next year. I recon we could have over 20 Ribs taking part which would be fantastic.

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Julian, you know how these things work ;20 boats(people) register their interest, half actually make the start line and then half of those make it to the destination - so 5 ribs is not too bad
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Old 17 November 2006, 10:43   #16
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Charles you are so right in that, I was the cruise cordinator this year for BIBOA and that is what happened with most of the events.

Still 5 will do.

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Might take a lot of planning but maybe the Solent Massive could meet up with you mid channel !!
A good idea Biggles.
Plenty of notice of suggested departure dates would be extremely welcome!

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Hi Guy's

Just thought perhaps a get together after Xmas would prove useful to lay out a few ideas and make some firm plans.

From previous experience you need to set the dates maybe spread over a couple of w/ends to allow for weather. then every one can work to that.

There are plenty of meeting places(Pubs) to chew the fat.
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Just thought perhaps a get together after Xmas would prove useful to lay out a few ideas and make some firm plans.

From previous experience you need to set the dates maybe spread over a couple of w/ends to allow for weather. then every one can work to that.

There are plenty of meeting places(Pubs) to chew the fat.
Yep,

Keep us posted and then we can try and match dates.
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I am also planning to do this trip but from Falmouth via Salcome. See above link.

I am aslo toying with the idea of making the base "Sark" and camping for the week.

There are loads of sheltered bays for anchorage and the island is only 1 mile accross so wherever the campsite is its not going to be far from the boats.
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