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Old 30 June 2010, 07:36   #1
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Following on from the Alderney Floptilla 2010 thread, would there be any interest in a camping trip to Sark immediately after the Solent run?

http://www.sark.info/index.cfm?fusea...ntent&cmid=614

It is the start of the school holidays so we have thought the mid-week might be good.
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Old 30 June 2010, 12:00   #2
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Yes!

Perhaps some details of camping arrangements on Sark will be helpful, and of course anchoring now that they've decided to be even more insular and remove some visitors buoys. If I find some links I'll post them up.

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Old 30 June 2010, 12:31   #3
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Yes!

Perhaps some details of camping arrangements on Sark will be helpful, and of course anchoring now that they've decided to be even more insular and remove some visitors buoys. If I find some links I'll post them up.

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I hear there are now some visitors' buoys in Dixcart Bay. I like the moorings in Havre Gosselin myself; it's quite sheltered there.
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some details of camping arrangements on Sark
The link I posted has details for the camp sites and mooring buoys
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The link I posted has details for the camp sites and mooring buoys
Ah, so it does. Must read messages properly before replying in future.
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Following on from the Alderney Floptilla 2010 thread, would there be any interest in a camping trip to Sark immediately after the Solent run?
It is the start of the school holidays so we have thought the mid-week might be good.
For us It would be good to run to Sark Sunday - probably to co-incide with with the Floptilla leaving Alderney, and stay a few nights before heading back to Southampton - all weather dependent of course!
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I'd like to do Sark as well, but I need to tag it on the end of the Alderney trip i.e. Alderney Fri/Sat/Sun then Sark Mon 26 & Tue27 then back to IOW on the Tuesday, but I would like to do this in company if thats possible. Regards Chris
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I'd like to do Sark as well, but I need to tag it on the end of the Alderney trip i.e. Alderney Fri/Sat/Sun then Sark Mon 26 & Tue27 then back to IOW on the Tuesday, but I would like to do this in company if thats possible. Regards Chris
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That fits in with our plans - so I guess we'll firm up on timing and where to go (ie where to aim for on Sark) whilst on Alderney on Fri/Sat/Sun.
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We cant stay early in the week, but may well come along with you guys on the Monday for a day trip.
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What is the distance from Braye to Sark?
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