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Old 02 March 2013, 16:02   #61
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Glad all got home safely ( in the end)

Thanks for a lovely day - boys enjoyed the Armada - but got quite cold , so apologies if we peeled off early to get them home
Looking forward to more of these!
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Old 02 March 2013, 16:34   #62
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Finally home !

Another great day when the jump leads were seen .

Just to clarify ..I dont break the power steering, The MOB was recovered ( who ever it was - not 'us' I'd add) I dont know why 'Never Enough' didn't have enough electricity, and defo dont know why there is a pinhole leak in Madness....

I do however have a an epic 'RIBnobber' moment on camera....

Good work all ....and for a moment or two Whisper was so so happy to be ahead of Hot lemon in a 'race' ...until Hot Lemon got going and was off out in front

Seriously thanks to all - Another 5 in the pot as I got to helm Blue Ray ...a familiar view....( and petrol burn ) ...

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Old 02 March 2013, 16:37   #63
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Andre - glad to hear Sea Start managed to resolve your problem to get you home! Apologies I didn't stay once Sea Start were en route - coming from Poole I thought we really should get underway again!

Richard - agreed - Easter's almost begging for some form of trip now!
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I do however have a an epic 'RIBnobber' moment on camera....
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LOL looking forward to seeing this I was laughing all the way home! I saw two vulnerable rib netters bobbing around and could help myself! Someone had to make up for MattH abscence!
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Yep, super day. Back home now and even my feet have stopped being cold!

Thanks for the ride, Andre.

I'll dust my own boat off later in the season.

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LOL looking forward to seeing this I was laughing all the way home! I saw two vulnerable rib netters bobbing around and could help myself! Someone had to make up for MattH abscence!
I also have the cry of 'what a nob' followed by the chant of 'RIB Nobber, RIB Nobber' as you came back laughing It wil make the final cut dont worry ..I've worked out slow motion now too

And the whole MOB thingy on film ( audio really and footage of Blue Ray console anyhow)...

Interesting...I was already half way turned back before I asked Trevor if he was happy to go back ! And we went from a 30knt cruise to a 40+ knt return... Not sure I'd want to end up the water today if I wasn't expecting it .
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Not sure if you heard but as you turned round for MOB practise there was a real MOB on the radio. They didn't give their coordinates at first but I thought you went back to assist and knew where they where. Brrrrr!
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Good to meet you all today and thanks to gtb for the ride. It was gtb's forth trip out on a rib after his PB2 and he did really well. Was quite refreshing to meet someone who has put his family through the sea survival course before buying a boat, top bloke

It was good to get back on the Solent after a 3 year absence and yes it was bloody cold out there
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Not sure if you heard but as you turned round for MOB practise there was a real MOB on the radio. They didn't give their coordinates at first but I thought you went back to assist and knew where they where. Brrrrr!
Nobber...we only turned round as we heard the mob call....ribnobbers...keep up ;-)
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