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Old 24 May 2013, 05:24   #571
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I'm looking for (at least one) crew for the trip, leaving Port Hamble approx 9am on a Ballistic 6.5.

If you can help out with a hand please PM me - otherwise I'll be left waving at you all from the shoreline
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Old 24 May 2013, 05:27   #572
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Poole/Christchurch Departures

With the forecast indicating a calm enough sea for my poorly back to withstand, we're still planning on making it on Sunday.

With access from/to Parkstone Bay Marina available between 7.00am and 5.00pm, I'm planning on launching Grimalkin on Saturday evening so as to be able to leave before the marina opens on Sunday.

The list of boats show three starting from Poole (although I know of at least three more 'possibles') and three from Christchurch. I am currently thinking of leaving the marina at 8.00am with a RV off the RMYC at 8.15. That should put us off Christchurch around 8.45 (or slightly later after allowing for faffing) to meet up with the Christchurch boats.

We'll be topping up with fuel in Yarmouth around 9.15 which looks like being the sort of time that the Yarmouth/Lymington boats will be setting off.

Does that seem reasonable? We'll be monitoring Ch08 and Ch16 and MMSI as opposite.

Looking forward to it. David.
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Old 24 May 2013, 06:20   #573
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Sorry to sort of hijack the tread, in response to the tragic padstow accident and various threads on here, we have prototyped a Killcord clip system.

We have 6 of these available and will bring them on Sunday RRP will be 5.99. These are made using marine grade S/S "D" rings and quality webbing with Velco to attach on itself around the leg. However on Sunday these will be on sale for 7.00 with 2.01 per sale going to Macmillan.


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Old 24 May 2013, 06:27   #574
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Let me know if you can help by letting me helm you rib for a few nautical miles of the trip as I really need to get all the way round to put this money in the Macmillan fund.

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Chris - welcome to kick off with some helping time in mine, you'll be on board anyway!

PeterM - ad mine to your list too if you like.
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Sorry to sort of hijack the tread, in response to the tragic padstow accident and various threads on here, we have prototyped a Killcord clip system.

We have 6 of these available and will bring them on Sunday RRP will be 5.99. However on Sunday these will be on sale for 7.00 with 2.01 per sale going to Macmillan.


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How do this secure around leg pls
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For you Ian Stainless Self Tappers...
For others they use Velco which when wrapped around the leg secures them firmly... one size fits all..
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For others they use Velco which when wrapped around the leg secures them firmly... one size fits all..
Stick one in for me pls.
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How about handing over all the money from these six? After all, it is a fund raising effort and if they are any good then the exposure should help you to sell more than enough to make up for it!
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How about handing over all the money from these six? After all, it is a fund raising effort and if they are any good then the exposure should help you to sell more than enough to make up for it!
Would do John, however we already have over 250.00 pounds to hand over!! + a expensive day for us too.....
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