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Old 27 September 2008, 14:25   #1
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Round IOW tomorrow

Looks like one of the few nice days of the year so we're going to go for a spin around the IOW tomorrow

Launch 10 ish Calshot

Coffee at the lightship

round the island

Lunch at Yarmouth as I think the tide is wrong for Ventnor and I'm not paddling again
(Did I see a post about not tying against the wall in Yarmouth)

recover at 4 ish

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Old 27 September 2008, 14:30   #2
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It was gorgeous out there today, will probably be out again tomorrow. Those timings should suit. Will text you in the morning with a definite answer.
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I'd have loved to come out but already made a commitment to take some Kids fishing.

Have a nice day.
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So take them fishing at the Needles, the long way round
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Old 27 September 2008, 15:01   #5
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Lunch at Yarmouth as I think the tide is wrong for Ventnor and I'm not paddling again


High tide at 11:34 Portsmouth - good for lunch
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Old 27 September 2008, 15:06   #6
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Looks like one of the few nice days of the year so we're going to go for a spin around the IOW tomorrow

Launch 10 ish Calshot

Coffee at the lightship

round the island

Lunch at Yarmouth as I think the tide is wrong for Ventnor and I'm not paddling again
(Did I see a post about not tying against the wall in Yarmouth)

recover at 4 ish

The wall at Yarmouth is fine - was there on Friday and moored up there along with 3-4 other ribs.

Glorious day out today and looks even better for tomorrow.

We expect to be going RTI tomorrow clockwise too. Ourselves plus one other rib aiming to be leaving the Itchin at 10am. Our travelling companions are thinking they may need to fuel at Hamble but maybe ok (at least for Yarmouth). Anyway, v likely to be around Calshot area around 10:15 - 10:30.

We probably wont be able to go for lazy lunch in Yarmouth as have to be back by 2:30ish.

Happy to join for part / all.

We will dual watch on Ch 16/77 Callsign Hudson - I'll give you a hail around Calshot.
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Looks like one of the few nice days of the year so we're going to go for a spin around the IOW tomorrow

Launch 10 ish Calshot

Coffee at the lightship

round the island

Lunch at Yarmouth as I think the tide is wrong for Ventnor and I'm not paddling again
(Did I see a post about not tying against the wall in Yarmouth)

recover at 4 ish

You should have headed for Ventnor -

we left Southampton Waters at about 10AM and decided to go around the IOW anti clockwise and having a peep at Freshwater Bay we got to Ventnor at 11:30 . We maintained a cruising speed of 36/38 knots. the conditions were perfect. ideal conditions for crossing the channel if that was the plan. The harbour master at Ventnor helped to moor up and ferried us to the pontoon. (1.00/ mtr including water taxi) . We got a table on the lower terrace at the Spy Glass pub and enjoyed and hour and a half in the sun. On a day like today the Spyglass pub is the best place to enjoy lunch and the sun. The tides were just about right but we had to leave before 2PM the latest. Having left at 1:30 we headed for coffee to Cowes. Sadly we did not see any of you guys. The whole trip around the IOW lasted just over 4 hours including lunch. total fuel used 90 ltrs - diesel
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Old 27 September 2008, 16:25   #8
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You should have headed for Ventnor -

Sadly we did not see any of you guys.
Cos Bedajim is going tomorrow (Sunday)
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You should have headed for Ventnor -

we left Southampton Waters at about 10AM and decided to go around the IOW anti clockwise and having a peep at Freshwater Bay we got to Ventnor at 11:30 . We maintained a cruising speed of 36/38 knots. the conditions were perfect. ideal conditions for crossing the channel if that was the plan. The harbour master at Ventnor helped to moor up and ferried us to the pontoon. (1.00/ mtr including water taxi) . We got a table on the lower terrace at the Spy Glass pub and enjoyed and hour and a half in the sun. On a day like today the Spyglass pub is the best place to enjoy lunch and the sun. The tides were just about right but we had to leave before 2PM the latest. Having left at 1:30 we headed for coffee to Cowes. Sadly we did not see any of you guys. The whole trip around the IOW lasted just over 4 hours including lunch. total fuel used 90 ltrs - diesel
Maybe we will

http://easytide.ukho.gov.uk/EasyTide...ictionLength=1

+ 1 hour for BST we can stay till 2
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