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Old 02 August 2004, 19:24   #131
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Wdolidol,

You don't appear to have anything to say!!


Biggles,

Forget taking the BBQ on the boats, couldn't put up with all that clanking everytime I hit a wave.

What I was proposing was recovering the RIBs, I live fairly local (Fareham). I was going to drop the RIB home and collect the BBQ stuff, food and Drinks, drive back to "lets say" Stokes Bay and set up a nice little get together. Have you thought how everyone is going to keep their BBQ food and beer cold? If its 26c and you keep it in a car all day you won't need to BBQ it!

Anyway food for thought! Lets just see what happens on the day.

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Latest updateApril 13, 2002TelephoneHaslar Marina 023 9260 1201Type of ramp:Public hardUpper ramp area is:ShingleLower ramp area is:MudBoat suitability:Large trailerLength of ramp:1/2 of tidal rangeChargesNoneDirections to rampSlipway is next to Haslar Marina by Seaway Marine.FacilitiesParking for trailers for 48 hours only at the ramp. Cars must be moved elsewhere. Speak to the marina and it should be possible to use their car park if you take a day berth. Also you can then use their toilet and shower facilities.About the rampShingle and mud hard. Dodgy below half tide but maybe possible with a 4x4. Also need to take into consideration the air draught below the bridge to get into the marina and out to sea. Only about 1.5 metres clearance at high tide.Cruising areaPortsmouth and the Solent
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Old 02 August 2004, 19:34   #132
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Wdolidol is my son. Give him a computer and he thinks he knows what he's doing !

Anyway I believe he is very good at picking up rubbish after a mean barbie.

You have my permission to get him wet if he gets too cheeky.

Regards Nick R.

See you all sunday. Bring a cool bag with some food and drink and enjoy......
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Old 02 August 2004, 19:36   #133
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And he's only 13 does that make him the youngest member ??????
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Old 03 August 2004, 02:28   #134
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If any one identifies that they will have a fuel problem then maybe we could stop at Lymington or Yarmouth before we get to the Needles for a top up in a marina. I have just checked and Yarmouth has fuel at the Harbour Office. Probably be a about a pound a litre though !!!
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I am planning to stop at Yarmouth to refuel - this means I won't have to mess around carrying any extra fuel. I refuel there regularly and yes - it's £1 per litre!!

If I'm the only one doing this then I'm quite happy to go ahead and meet you all outside Yarmouth to save everyone waiting. Let me know.

For info we shall be launching from Calshot Activity Centre - if anyone else is doing the same get in touch.


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Suggest you choose another slip, Lee on Solent is going to be rather smelly by Sunday in this heat.

Gaffers is just along the coast and has good parking although there is a small charge. Or use the Slip at Haslar under the bridge.

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Old 03 August 2004, 09:22   #136
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Suggest you choose another slip, Lee on Solent is going to be rather smelly by Sunday in this heat.

Gaffers is just along the coast and has good parking although there is a small charge. Or use the Slip at Haslar under the bridge.

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biggles your call it look like they are haveing a wale of a time at lee on solent

were can we get in the water me and phil can,t get down before ten as we have a three hour drive

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Old 03 August 2004, 09:55   #137
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Daniel

I thought HMS Daedelus would be perfect.

I take it you have a 4 x 4? (TD5)

If you arrive at 1000 hrs at the slip then we should all be waiting for you and can give you a hand to get the boat in the water.

I always thought there was loads of parking available on the slip and the road along the sea front. Maybe someone more local can say otherwise.

I still think HMS Daedelus is do able. If its full of Jet Skis we'll just have to tell them we are in a bit of a rush. I'm sure if we are professional in our launching skills then they should make way for us.

I'm guessing 1000 hrs might be a little bit early, especially if the weather isn't too hot.

If you give me your mobile number I can phone you when I get to the slip and let you know the state of play. If anyone is launching from a nearby slip and sees its clear they can also phone you.

Any more ideas ???

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that it dead whale or not see you at ten

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Dead Whale

Surely they can't leave a dead smelly whale lying around for 5 days.

Never know with the state of this country though !!!!!
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Dead Whale .......

Gone

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