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Old 18 June 2007, 05:29   #101
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Hi Jackeens

We are definatly free to come - looking forward to it. There will be me and Iain and some friends with their 2 girls (age 8 and 11). Its the 8 year olds birthday so this is Auntie Rosie's way of treating her to a day out - worked well that plan.

Anyone else going from Lymington?

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Old 18 June 2007, 09:46   #102
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Thanks Nasher, this would be great - what time are you planning to leave Northney?

Also, we will not be staying - I've got the parents on board and they don't do 'camping' so may come back with you guys - if that is OK and we are not too slow.

Thanks again Nasher
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Will need to catch up on the timings by slogging through this thread, but we can sort it out nearer the time.

We are looking at about 30-40 mins at 8knots once launched to get out of Chichester harbour, then about 20-30 mins at cruising speed over to Priory bay, although it might be nice to get you a decent run in by diverting to Pompey harbour to meet up with some of the others.

If The tide is right we can go down through Langstone harbour instead which will only be 10-15 mins, as we can use the ski run for part of the jouney.

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Old 18 June 2007, 13:02   #103
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Will need to catch up on the timings by slogging through this thread, but we can sort it out nearer the time.

We are looking at about 30-40 mins at 8knots once launched to get out of Chichester harbour, then about 20-30 mins at cruising speed over to Priory bay, although it might be nice to get you a decent run in by diverting to Pompey harbour to meet up with some of the others.

If The tide is right we can go down through Langstone harbour instead which will only be 10-15 mins, as we can use the ski run for part of the jouney.

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Sounds great. I'll have the wrinklies and I mustn't scare them to death but I think they'll love it.
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What a great idea Mike and Sheila. May we confirm a little later as we are still firming up plans for the weekend. We may be pitching tents that eve.

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Hi Jackeens

We are definatly free to come - looking forward to it. There will be me and Iain and some friends with their 2 girls (age 8 and 11). Its the 8 year olds birthday so this is Auntie Rosie's way of treating her to a day out - worked well that plan.
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That's great news Warners & co! Be great to see you again.

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Please continue to post if you're interested and a few details so we can do a more informative list e.g. where you're launching from.

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2 of my ribs (Well, I call them mine... ) are in use for teaching that weekend, but I'll see how timings play out, and if I can't rib it over, laser and I will be on the ferry (or hitching a lift with someone!), as we wouldn't miss the roundgby or the pimms with nettles for anything!
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2 of my ribs (Well, I call them mine... ) are in use for teaching that weekend, but I'll see how timings play out, and if I can't rib it over, laser and I will be on the ferry (or hitching a lift with someone!), as we wouldn't miss the roundgby or the pimms with nettles for anything!
I might be able to offer you a lift across on the Thunderbolt if you're up for it, won't have to worry about any wind over tide or any of that shite as the thing will only just be in the water
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Old 19 June 2007, 03:34   #110
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We shall dig out the tide tables and add the requisite difference between Pompey and the Isle of Wight. (Tim Griffin will be impressed).
And on that note......
Extrapolating roughly, (cos aint got an Almanac either this year), it looks like a neap-ish tide with low water in the middle of the day, (very ish).

Er…. With all the drying sand it says there is on my chart..... can we actually get close to the beach at low tide? Presumbaby yes cos you did it last year. Is there a secret route in?

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