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Old 23 May 2014, 13:47   #1
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The Pendennis Cup

So long as the weather plays ball will be going out to watch the racing next week.

The Pendennis Cup - Superyacht sailing regatta

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Old 01 June 2014, 08:31   #2
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I would have been out for this had I not been away. Seen a few piccys on FB and it looked like a great day. Fingers crossed for when I am home in August. The Arrows were cancelled last year when I was home
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I see ADIX is an entry - we passed her in the Sound of Jura recently - quite the machine!
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Adix, is a local here. Several of the 'classics' prettymuch base themselves here due to Pendennis Superyachts. A lot of the crews live locally. I know a few guys who go out to Porto Cervo every season to make up a race crew numbers on Adela. Man would Mollers love to slide in on that gig. ;-)
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Pendennis Cup 2014

I have put up a few photos in the Rib Photos sections see
RIBnet Forums - sirib's Album: Pendennis Cup 2014 Pendennis Cup

It was a great day out, beautiful yachts, racing was posponed till 1pm due to very light winds.
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We had great fun watching the racing on Tuesday and Wednesday. The kids loved seeing the big boats on the start line. I'll pull some pics off the camera and post them if we have any worth sharing.

Ended up running out of Mylor harbour. £12.20 for the boat and trailer per 24 hours. £5.00 a day to park the car. This gave access to all the facilities on the site.

May not have been the cheapest option for a week away but was very convenient. Did think the fuel at £1.88 a litre was a tad steep!!
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Some lovely pics there sirib. Is £12.20 to leave the boat there overnight? I normally pay £8 to park the car and trailer for the day there.

I think for £1.88 a litre I would have been over to Asda with the jerry cans!
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Some lovely pics there sirib. Is £12.20 to leave the boat there overnight? I normally pay £8 to park the car and trailer for the day there.

I think for £1.88 a litre I would have been over to Asda with the jerry cans!
It's to leave the boat and or trailer there for 24 hours. You then only pay a fiver to park the car for the day.

We didn't need too much so it was less effort. If we had to fill properly then Asda it would be.
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