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Old 17 October 2009, 15:01   #21
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I'd be up for this too. If it is Plymouth I could always stay over with my son who is at Uni there ( as long as that would not cramp his style).

Plymouth would be a good base as the facilities are good and the surrounding options East and West are good.
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Old 17 October 2009, 15:01   #22
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Could always do Dartmouth.
Salcombe's fees put me off a bit.
Yep, good idea Nos. I've heard that you're a top bloke in the organizational dept.
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I would definitely be up for any meet up in South West. Bring it on
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I would definitely be up for any meet up in South West. Bring it on
Gibbo, you're the man! Do you wanna organize it?
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Gibbo, you're the man! Do you wanna organize it?
Yep, i would organise if you want. Are we looking at before xmas?
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Yep, i would organise if you want. Are we looking at before xmas?
Ideal.
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Could always do Dartmouth.
Salcombe's fees put me off a bit.
If you are going into Salcombe you have to buy a licence as well as pay for your mooring fees. I think after September you can buy a day licence for about 6 however in the summer you can only buy a 1 year licence 80

You should be OK now seeing that its October.
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If you are going into Salcombe you have to buy a licence as well as pay for your mooring fees. I think after September you can buy a day licence for about 6 however in the summer you can only buy a 1 year licence 80

You should be OK now seeing that its October.
Never bothered and never been asked, we moored to a visitors mooring for a few hours foc too
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If you are going into Salcombe you have to buy a licence as well as pay for your mooring fees. I think after September you can buy a day licence for about 6 however in the summer you can only buy a 1 year licence 80

You should be OK now seeing that its October.
We have anchored overnight a few times in Salcombe this year, have paid anchoring fee to harbour master but never been asked about licence.

( we have also anchored there and not been asked to pay )
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We have anchored overnight a few times in Salcombe this year, have paid anchoring fee to harbour master but never been asked about licence.

( we have also anchored there and not been asked to pay )
i think it must be because i launched there in the summer and had to pay the guy at the slip, next year i'm going to launch at south sands
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