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Old 05 March 2012, 16:08   #51
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I will prob wear drysuit as it will be coldish and wet!!
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Old 05 March 2012, 16:23   #52
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Just had reply from Sue Beech at lymington harbour office re launch and park enquiry,she suggests using slip next to lym yacht club as town quay gets very busy. cost is 12.50 for vehicle ass launch under 100hp from 1st apr 2012 .carpark is new forest council pay & diplay.

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Old 05 March 2012, 16:26   #53
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a cheap option for water proofs are gortex mod ones ...... ebay or army surples
with hi vis vest over top .

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Old 05 March 2012, 16:41   #54
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the plan is forming well chaps

thanks for all your input and peterm for his thoughts and planning on the practical side.

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Old 05 March 2012, 16:48   #55
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I am not planning on camping, I would rather sleep in my own bed, do I assume that the tides will allow us to go out and come back in to the same slipway?
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I am not planning on camping, I would rather sleep in my own bed, do I assume that the tides will allow us to go out and come back in to the same slipway?
If you are talking about Lymington slip I need about 3 hours before/after low tide to recover my 4m rib and stay dry, I have no power tilt though. depending on how far you are willing to put the car in you could probably recover a sib around 2 hour mark fine.
I some how ALWAYS seem to end up recovering at low tide (luckily have a drysuit) and I am more than happy to save someone getting wet if I'm in the area...OK...I enjoy launching and recovering
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No need for expense waterproofs - you might feel damp after due to sweat, should be fine in water for few hours

warm clothing - not jeans
fleece, thermals are going...jogger,
Wellies -who cares if there green or yellow!

a waterproof trousers and top - non-breathable

it's only worth investing on waterproofs etc, if you going to use them constantly...I like the bib type since it protects my back...

boat can be expensive or as cheap as you make it...you will not find a commerical fisherman wearing musto or Henry Lloyd !

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just booked hurst view thursday-monday fingers crossed the weather is going to be good to us


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Old 06 March 2012, 16:34   #59
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Have we contacted Yarmouth Harbour to check about 10+ little boats all arriving together - it does get mighty busy especially over bank holiday weekends.....
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An alternative to overcome any problem in Yarmouth would be to take advantage of the high spring tides that weekend and eat at the pub in Newtown Creek (just east of Yarmouth). Most boats will be able to raft up in the main part of the creek with a few acting as taxis to run the pasengers to the jetty where mooring is available.
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