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Old 05 July 2006, 14:56   #21
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you could give calshot a call to see if they could allow to keep there overnight,

http://www.calshot.com/assoc.html

then you can slip there in the am, as for B&B drop dino a message as he might be able to point you in the right direction or the calshot place might be able to assist also

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I'd be up for that if i'm not working.
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you could give calshot a call to see if they could allow to keep there overnight,

http://www.calshot.com/assoc.html

then you can slip there in the am, as for B&B drop dino a message as he might be able to point you in the right direction or the calshot place might be able to assist also

Calshot do allow overnight storage, they also run a B&B arrangement. If you end up in the new accomodation it is ok, the older places are a bit like army barracks. As an alternative The Walcot House B&B is five mins up the road.
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Which way round are you going? I launch at Lymington, so if you are heading West from Calshot can I meet up with you on the way? If the plan is to go the opposite way, no probs, I'll meet up with you all at Calshot @ 10.00.
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i think head out of calshot and then to the needles direction, we can then meet you on the way if that works for you

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Works fine! Looking forward to it.
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currently up to 19 boats if everyone can make it so i dont think you will miss us
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currently up to 19 boats if everyone can make it so i dont think you will miss us

Is there room for another one?
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absolutely, the more the better, no limit on the amount of boats in my view
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i think west out of calshot would be best pick up the stragglers from yarmouth/ lymington around 11am .several parties was interested in a few water sports on the way round a beech picnic sounds favourable to me this would give time for others to do what they wanted and us to have a laugh at thier expence .I would call for a group ride round or at least a novice group, with an expert with this group would be nice (give us novices a bit of confidence)

another item we may have over looked is the tides!!!

here they are and heights(SOUTHAMPTON)

16/7/2006 HW 02:10 4.3MTRS
16/7/2006 LW 08:06 0.6 MTRS
16/7/2006 HW 14:52 4.4MTRS
16/7/2006 LW 20:31 0.8 MTRS

not really good times there we will be launching and retrieving on low water
is this ok with the larger boats at calshot ? i know it is ok for a 4.8 mtr rib but not sure with 6 mtr or above
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