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Old 27 September 2007, 13:40   #51
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Just saw th last bit ! Thanks Jimbo hopefully will not be needed this time but who knows .
It will be SKYEHOUND not big humber thing !
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Old 27 September 2007, 13:53   #52
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Launching from Southampton - will RV at either Calshot or Portsmouth depending on time in the water.

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Old 27 September 2007, 14:33   #53
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Weather permitting of course, I intend launching at Lymington on sat. arvo and heading to S'ton for the night so will join in from there and head back to Lym on Sun aft/eve.
Not sure how many we'll be yet... depends who I can get to come along for the over nighter...
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Old 27 September 2007, 17:20   #54
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Jimbo,

I can't make it I'm afraid as I'll be working that day

The Blue Venom project could be water bourne by then, however with seat backs, upholstery and grabrails a little way off, she won't be Solent ready untill next month now. I'm hoping to pull a load of wires and cables though the hull this weekend with some fibreglassing tomorrow if the weather holds.

Have a great day out and share your photo's please.
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Old 27 September 2007, 17:42   #55
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Weather permitting this year we'll be launching at the Camber, so will RV at the lightship.

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Old 28 September 2007, 04:25   #56
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I like being "cowesish", its kinda freestyle

I'll be there with my camera for some wave jumping at the needles and will post a gallery on my website after the cruise for all to view.
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Old 28 September 2007, 04:30   #57
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Any room for a hard boat?
We are going out from Drivers that day any way & a pub lunch sounds good, will be me & SHMBO + 3 little girls!

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Tempted to brint Aros up from Plymouth for the weekend. Anyone recommend some where to launch and then leave the trailer and car over night ?
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Tempted to brint Aros up from Plymouth for the weekend. Anyone recommend some where to launch and then leave the trailer and car over night ?
I've left mine here overnight before, boat on the pontoon trailer behind a locked barrier + wheel clamp +cctv I think. You keep a wheel clamp key and they take one incase they need to move it. Free car park 20 m away for the car in the day

You pay for a launch at the puplic slip 50 m away and over night for boat and trailer was less than 20
We took the car to the travel lodge over night

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Old 29 September 2007, 07:13   #60
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Lurcher, yes, I will book tables.

Unfortunalty the kings head is known for its slow service; I have always booked in the past and we all know how long it takes to get fed.

Jimbo, are you coming?
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