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Old 08 September 2004, 17:17   #31
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Not allowed to bore peeps with my trip tales anymore shhhhhhhhh


But I'll be listening ... anyway you've loads of stories.

Hey could ye make sure there's choccy cake on the menu? Ta.

BTW if we miss the odd buoy like the racers do (MENTIONING NO NAMES ) will we be DQ'd ???


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Old 08 September 2004, 17:23   #32
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Will consult the chocolate cake steward to check if he is on duty
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Old 08 September 2004, 17:27   #33
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Very impressive route planning Paul, you have shamed me enough to dust off my charts

Lets hope they remember to put my boat in the water this time

Starting to get excited.

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Old 08 September 2004, 17:33   #34
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So are you guys going to be out around the IOW this weekend come what may ?
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Old 08 September 2004, 17:38   #35
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If the conditions are deemed to be too rough we have a Solent course and failing that of course there is always the bar

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Old 09 September 2004, 09:16   #36
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Err, how do you run a pridicted log event when we don't have yachtie type logs on ribs ?

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Predicted I think is the point here. Plan the passage then execute. You can predict your finish time taking into consideration tides stopages etc using the correct formula.

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Old 09 September 2004, 10:53   #37
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..... using the correct formula.

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I didn't know MadMat was bringing his boat. We could have a side bet on the quantity of fuel we would use

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For your info if you did not know distance x 60 divided by speed equals ETA.

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no it doesn't
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Looking a bit wet
Are wimmin ribsters allowed in the Lower Bar?
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