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Old 14 November 2002, 08:37   #1
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Solent This saturday, (16th Nov)

Hurrah.... I have a weekend off.... well Saturday anyway.

Anyone likely to be around on said day? e-mail or post if up for a meet! (weather permitting).

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Old 14 November 2002, 16:31   #2
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Mike

where do you keep / launch your boat from in the Solent ?

what would you plans be in terms of launching time ?

where do you plan to head to ?

I may be interested weather permitting, ie wouldnt go out in a gale and dont fancy rain in my face all day !
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Old 14 November 2002, 19:55   #3
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Probabaly from Camber Dock, Portsmouth about 11 - 11:30 ish. Probabaly over to Cowes for lunch. Around Island if nice. I have a first time ribber with me who may shy away if wet.... We shall have to see. Wind forecast is not too bad!

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Old 15 November 2002, 13:38   #4
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I will be around tomorrow.

Launching from Hythe, Southampton about 11am.

Callsign "Bumble bee"
Tel: 07950 704563

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Old 15 November 2002, 13:45   #5
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weather forecast for saturday

"Still the odd shower, although plenty of dry and bright weather after early mist clears. Maximum temperature 11 deg C (52 deg F). "

Might be able to keep up with you DJL, similar sized boat, but not sure about MIKE

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Do you ever launch at Warsash, I live near you in Woking and keep my boat near warsash, not a bad place to launch

What are your plans for the day ?
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Weathers not looking too bad, should be fairly calm.

Wind: east to northeast 4 locally 5 decreasing 3 or 4 as it veers south.
Weather: showers dying out, but risk of rain later.
Visibility: moderate or good.
Sea State: slight.
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forecasts are always wrong anyway

North Foreland to Selsey Bill.

24 hour forecast:
Wind: south 3 or 4 decreasing 2 or 3 as it backs east to northeast, later increasing 4 or 5.
Weather: isolated showers.
Visibility: mainly good.
Sea State: slight to moderate decaying slight.
Outlook for the following 24 hours:
Wind: east to northeast 4 or 5 decreasing variable 2 or 3 locally 4 later.
Weather: risk of some rain later.
Visibility: mainly good.
Sea State: slight.

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Old 15 November 2002, 13:58   #8
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matiboy,

I will be staying in Basset, Southampton tonight. I have only ever launched from Hythe in Southampton water. Could meet you at Warsash by boat or car. Its probably quicker for me to launch at Hythe and RIB down.

Didn't really have any specific plans for tomorrow, only decided to go about an hour ago, tomorrows plans of moving cookers got cancelled .

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I'm off to Southampton now. Hopefully see you all tomorrow.

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Old 15 November 2002, 17:40   #10
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Hi guys if you are all out in the Solent tomorrow, maybe I might see you, I'll be sailing in a boat called Sigmadon, you can't miss us as we'll probably be going backwards.

Daniel, I am definitely one to mind my own business, but is there are specific reason why you launch from Hythe, Bassett is really quite close to the launching points on the Itchen, it's certainly a lot closer than Hythe by land.
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