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Old 06 July 2006, 08:20   #41
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Tim, have a look at the piccy's in this thread.. It is possible to ensure you can leave at anytime, just gotta be careful about where you leave the rib..
Thanks tony, doesn't look too bad. I could anchor off where the bigger boats are, it doesn't look that far to walk/swim.
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Old 06 July 2006, 10:17   #42
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looks like i'll have to wait for the next one (please arrange another soon)
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Confession time..!!

Fairly new to posting on ribnet, however have been reading the various threads whilst work is quite! Was reading about this weekends event / gathering to Priory Bay when I clicked on the thread posted by Tcwozere about last years gathering. How shocked was I to find i had been photographed:

Priory Bay Sunday 19th

Yes it was my 'knackered Yamie' and many thanks to Pete7 for towing me closer to shore to drop anchor. Cause of problem was water / fuel separator full.....!

Hopefully I am much wiser this year, with the basic qualifications under my belt (and membership to sea start!).

I have a long standing promise to my sister and her friends for a days waterski-ing this weekend, so if time permits will drop on to the beach to say hello. Will also keep an eye out for Pete7 to thank personally, albiet a year late!

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And don't forget the "no waterski-ing within 0.5NM of MLWS" and "maximum speed of 10 knots within 0.5NM of MLWS".

I don't really want to have to come over there and wave me big stick (unless I get peckish that is )

Have a great time y'all
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Right just about sorted. Looks as though I will arrive about 2200 hrs on the saturday to set up camp on the beach. Will need to leave at 1000 hrs on the Sunday if I'm to get back into Fishery Creek. (Although working on an alternative).

Can anyone tell me the following :-

a) How far I will need to anchor off if I want to leave about 0800 hrs.

b) If there are any eateries near for brekkies. Looking at a Pot Noodle at the moment. The Food of Wales !!!!

See you Saturday.
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And don't forget the "no waterski-ing within 0.5NM of MLWS" and "maximum speed of 10 knots within 0.5NM of MLWS".

I don't really want to have to come over there and wave me big stick (unless I get peckish that is )

Have a great time y'all
has anyone said to you that you take the un out of fun ,only kidding
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Lofty hi, twasn't me I just turned the key and it started

Biggles:

"News - New Marina Shop 18/04/06

We have a new shop selling hot and cold drinks, daily newspapers (pre ordered), assorted sandwiches and snacks, cigarettes & tobacco, and other general provisions. Shortly we will be selling alcohol and icecream.
Orders can be taken for meat and fish for the Marina BBQ's and hot snacks are also available.
Whole Crab and Lobster are also available to orer. Call 01983875342 or 07922591351

OPENING TIMES
Mon - Sat 8.00am -
Sunday 9.00am -
Closing times subject to high tides


http://www.bembridgeharbour.co.uk/in...p?content=news

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http://www.bembridge.com/category2.asp?ID1=3

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Old 06 July 2006, 11:12   #48
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Right just about sorted. Looks as though I will arrive about 2200 hrs on the saturday to set up camp on the beach. Will need to leave at 1000 hrs on the Sunday if I'm to get back into Fishery Creek. (Although working on an alternative).

Can anyone tell me the following :-

a) How far I will need to anchor off if I want to leave about 0800 hrs.

b) If there are any eateries near for brekkies. Looking at a Pot Noodle at the moment. The Food of Wales !!!!

See you Saturday.
Nick,

Just round the corner in between priory and bembridge habour entrance, there is a cafe right on the beach (baywatch I think its called) and its actually owned by a chap on ribnet! Anyway, they do a good bacon sarnie and should be open in the morning.

With regards to getting afloat at 8am...someone mentioned it should be possible to float away 2 hours either side of low water.
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Tim,

The cafe sounds good.

And because I will probably be up early after sleeping rough I should be able to get a nice bacon sarnie at that cafe.

I must admit I didn't know about that cafe. Is it near the old church wall as you enter Bembridge.

I gave up going to Bembridge because of the miserable old gits that run that cafe in the harbour. Would be nice to find somewhere else to spend my money.
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has anyone said to you that you take the un out of fun ,only kidding
Well we don't want a repeat performance of the Phwelli "incident" do we? Would hate to get the YBW lot wound up again - it doesn't take much.

<Makes mental note of The Jester's name for "future reference" - LOL>
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