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Old 26 November 2013, 12:15   #11
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So far my thought is to launch from lymington not checked any tides or weather yet... but I do need to give it a run to empty some fuel out of the tanks..

Am easy on destination was thinking of the folly as not been since the refit..
If it's really windy why not come over to Calshot to launch. We can play around in Southampton Water and it's only a short blast across The Solent to Cowes and the Medina
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Old 26 November 2013, 12:19   #12
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Looks like so far we have

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Come on MattH get your SR4.7 back together.

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Old 26 November 2013, 15:52   #13
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Going over to Cowes on the 14th for lunch
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Old 26 November 2013, 16:00   #14
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Just for info I recovered mine at Calshot right on a 1m low a couple of weeks ago without any issue, and no sign of the usual stones at the bottom. It was getting dark so I couldn't look too much, but i got the impression they may have done some work.......
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Old 26 November 2013, 17:05   #15
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If it's really windy why not come over to Calshot to launch. We can play around in Southampton Water and it's only a short blast across The Solent to Cowes and the Medina
Not sure my trailer up to it really needs a service(brakes disconnected)... Which I'm hoping to get done over the winter... It's. In Lymington just a short drive to the slip..
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Going over to Cowes on the 14th for lunch
Is that a lunch party or a launch party ?
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Just for info I recovered mine at Calshot right on a 1m low a couple of weeks ago without any issue, and no sign of the usual stones at the bottom. It was getting dark so I couldn't look too much, but i got the impression they may have done some work.......
Thanks for that, in future I'll work on 1m above CD as my lowest recovery tide on that slip.

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Thanks for that, in future I'll work on 1m above CD as my lowest recovery tide on that slip.

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I'm going with Saturday as the 1.1m above chart datum at recovery time on the Sunday worries me (never tried recovering there in that little water and I know that it is possible to drop off the end of that particular slip if very low ). The Saturday at the same time will be around 1.6 to 1.7m above CD so not a problem.
Which slip?
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Which slip?
Calshot.
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