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Old 14 February 2019, 14:52   #1
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Solent (Probably Yarmouth) Sat 16th Feb 2019

The weather's looking good for Saturday, so in case anyone else fancies joining me I'm planning on a run out from Southampton on Saturday - probably aiming for Yarmouth for lunch (it's low tide at midday(ish) so no good for Ventnor, Wooton Creek or Newtown Creek).

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Old 14 February 2019, 15:27   #2
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I was thinking the same looking at the forecast, hoping to get the RIB in and come up to the Solent from Poole, in which case might see you at Yarmouth!
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Old 14 February 2019, 15:40   #3
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I will be out
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Any idea on the time your leaving Trevor?
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Old 14 February 2019, 17:32   #5
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Any idea on the time your leaving Trevor?
I usually aim to leave Southampton Dry Stack at about 11 or just after, so get to Yarmouth about midday.

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Sadly cannot make it for this weekend. The engines have been serviced so Grey Mist is ready for the upcoming season.

Have a good run and look forward to joining you next time
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[QUOTE=Trevor G;790072]I usually aim to leave Southampton Dry Stack at about 11 or just after, so get to Yarmouth about midday]


Looks like I'll need a head start then.
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The weather's looking good for Saturday, so in case anyone else fancies joining me I'm planning on a run out from Southampton on Saturday - probably aiming for Yarmouth for lunch (it's low tide at midday(ish) so no good for Ventnor, Wooton Creek or Newtown Creek).

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I’m intrigued, having spent many, many glorious summers days in Newtown creek what's the issue with low tide? The estuary doesn't fully dry out and access is fine all states of the tide, yes at low there's some shallow bits but the main channel and surround anchoring areas are fine 24hours a day? Just an observation................
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But at low tide you can't get the boats (or even a dinghy I think) up to the quay at Shalfleet to get to the pub!
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But at low tide you can't get the boats (or even a dinghy I think) up to the quay at Shalfleet to get to the pub!
The pub at Shalfleet ( the New inn ) closed about a year ago. It’s down the road from me and won loads of awards for its food, shame
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