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Old 14 October 2012, 09:16   #11
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Not done Fal- Plym direct as I have no reason to go there, have gone beyond once.

Here to Bryher comes in around 62Nm.

I'd base your fuel calcs. on 120Nm each way.

We've totalled over 200Nm out of Fal and back including running around the islands etc.

Another thing to consider, I'd give Lizard Point a very wide birth anywhere near flood tides or springs. We've hit some really scary shit when skimming it too close.
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Not easy and expensive, but it is available.
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Anyone fancy doing this early next year? It was a hot topic last weekend and some were up for boating to Plymouth to meet people with trailers on a Thursday and staying over for one night before everyone departs from Plymouth to The Isles of Scilly.

The Trip will involve beer, dolphins, camping and may be some 'wavejumping n shit'

Who's in?
So Whisper,what sort of Date...(Usualy Date'S!)did you have in in mind??
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Be nice to have the dates when we might reasonably expect some good weather... Its nearly always niceish around the 21st May - I remember cos its a week after my birthday
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Just out of interest, what size rib do you need to make the trip?
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Sorry guys, but we've never managed to get over on a pre-planned date.

We look for a weather window and go at short notice. Even using that tactic, we've been caught over there. An F8/9 blew through one night. We put the boats on deep water moorings rather than the usual anchoring and battened the hatches for 24hrs. The eventual run back was lumpy to say the least.
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Just out of interest, what size rib do you need to make the trip?
Depends on how fast the flotilla want to cruise/make passage. Our 4m would easily make it in calm seas, but wouldn't maintain high 20s knts continuous.
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