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Old 15 February 2019, 13:08   #11
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Ah ha, that would explain why I couldn't see it on Google Maps earlier!

Thanks for the update Lee - I don't think I've walked into Shalfleet village since early last year, so hadn't realised The New Inn has closed. A shame, as the food was always amazing.
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4 boats from Northern Exposure Rescue are launching from Calshot around 1130 ish for a bit of a spin so hopefully see you out there!!
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4 boats from Northern Exposure Rescue are launching from Calshot around 1130 ish for a bit of a spin so hopefully see you out there!!
I'm hoping to RV with Mike on Watershed (32' Targa) at about that time off Calshot (ish) so may well see you.
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Sorry we missed this in the end. Launched the RIB fine first thing in the morning, popped up to Town Quay to get some diesel ready for the trip to the Solent, and got stuck there for 15 mins while they reversed a commercial freighter onto the wharf... Then had a great passage through the harbour at speed (only in winter!) and out to Bournemouth Pier, but when my wife took over the helm there, we were very down on power coming back onto the plane, so rather than continue all the way with a problem, afraid we about turned and headed home! Have been changing the fuel filters in the dark this evening but that doesn't seem to have fixed it, so need to investigate further.

I hope everyone that made it had a good day out - a shame it wasn't as sunny as the last few days, but still great to be on the water.
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