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Old 07 March 2010, 13:39   #41
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Old 07 March 2010, 14:23   #42
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The only 2 pics I managed to get myself , but playing camera boat was good fun so I'll be interested to see what come out of the others
Great vid Pete, an interesting camera angle right at the end! Thank you very much for letting my nephew aboard to take some pictures. I ended up not even taking my camera out of my pocket as I was concentrating on my passengers safety and enjoying the conditions.

Thanks for the feedback from those who made it, wanted something that would make it stand out from the crowd somewhat.

Will post some pictures when I recieve them

Steve

PS After leaving the dry stack afterwards, got stuck in a massive jam on the A31, stationary for along time, no ideawhat it was though
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Old 08 March 2010, 13:39   #43
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Good day on Sunday the sea conditions were just right the company was good and the food not bad.

Any thoughts of doing a trip like this say once a month at Yarmouth, Cowes, Lymington etc with some lunch.

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Old 09 March 2010, 16:17   #44
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Sorry i missed launch
i had to get back to Northney
to see my son before he left, first time i had been out since Oct 09
fell in the water at northney marina whilst recovering the rib, and a warning to all of us not only was it cold but i nearly got draged under the pontoon
never thought there was much of a currant.
looking forward to the next trip when ever that might be.
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Old 10 March 2010, 06:17   #45
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Sorry didn't hang around for long, needed coffee and went to the Kings Head... think you lot all went into the Wheatsheaf?

Anyway, boat will be out and about a lot more in the future.
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Old 11 March 2010, 08:24   #46
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Good day on Sunday the sea conditions were just right the company was good and the food not bad.

Any thoughts of doing a trip like this say once a month at Yarmouth, Cowes, Lymington etc with some lunch.

Steve
I'd be up for this - even evening meals with the summer on the way? ( generally nice calm seas too in the eveing ! ) - subject to tides for me unfortunately.

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