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Old 14 December 2006, 17:56   #201
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At The Folly 12.32, Saturday December 16th

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erm Mate is Jerry and his daughter in a 6m Carson. sorry I'll go now
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Old 14 December 2006, 18:01   #202
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Thanks Richard.

Fantastic timing

Will add in on last edit.

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What are the timing plans? All I can remember is 12:32 at the folly. Anyone going from Lymington/yarmouth (Ian M??) and is there going to be a meet up outside Cowes before decending on the Folly?

Tim,
Just catching up with this thread. Yes I am going from Lymington, probably with Milo72, with the intention of nipping over to Portsmouth and hooking up with the crowd from there. Milo has set timings as;

Arr Lym @9.45
Leave Lym @10.15
Arr Ptmth @11

I think we are bit optimistic for the Lymington Portsmouth leg, but I guess if we see a whole bunch of RIBs coming towards us we can always duck
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Old 14 December 2006, 18:04   #204
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While I remember-does anyone have a current Merc/mariner fuel line fitting lying around that I can borrow that day? I had to borrow one from one of my tanks to fit the water trap and the only chandlers I've been near has sold out. It's 35 miles from here to the nearest one - OR... Is there a chandlers near Warsash that's open early enough?
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I think we are bit optimistic for the Lymington Portsmouth leg, but I guess if we see a whole bunch of RIBs coming towards us we can always duck
It's no good ducking-I'll be underneath
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Thanks Richard.

Fantastic timing

Will add in on last edit.


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So hope you all have a good run and a safe and playful day.
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Old 14 December 2006, 18:24   #208
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Matt,

You will pass two chandlers at Warsash. Not too sure of the opening times but they are both Aladdins Cave.

http://www.aladdinscave.co.uk/Branch%20Locator.htm

You want the details for deacons and Moodys. I will show you where they are if you phone them and get the parts you want sorted.

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Old 14 December 2006, 19:09   #209
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[QUOTE=Ian M;178559] Tim,
Just catching up with this thread. Yes I am going from Lymington, probably with Milo72, with the intention of nipping over to Portsmouth and hooking up with the crowd from there. Milo has set timings as;

Arr Lym @9.45
Leave Lym @10.15
Arr Ptmth @11

Ian, I'm starting to feel a little guilty about the timings as everyone else is talking about 0600 and 0645! I'm happy to leave whenever is needed. If the plan is 1030@pompey, lets aim for that. say 0830-0845@ Lym, and leave the pontoons by 0930. HW is 0800. we could always hang a left Cowes if its cold/wet/spikey etc. let me know your thoughts....
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Warsash launching

For anyone launching at warsash in the morning your going to be launching at high tide. Which means that your boat will need to be manhandled down a gentle slope for about 20 meters until you get enough water to launch. All this will be done in knee deep water. Bring a long rope to pull your trailer out and have a couple of adults to push the boat with leggings/drysuits and everything should be okay. There is a pontoon to tie on to whilst you sort your car out and there is plenty of free car parking. But not in the car park next to the slope. You have to go back round the one way circuit to the Apex for trailer parking. Its a nice area so things should be fine with trailers and cars. There are toilets and a pub available. Four wheel drive will be required for the first part of the slip which gets copious amounts of seaweed and muck built up on it by the rising tide.

http://easytide.ukho.gov.uk/easytide...&HeightUnits=0
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