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Old 24 May 2006, 17:36   #101
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So are you intending to show up with the 'Seat' over the weekend?
Yes I am, and he's called Bob
Probably can't do Saturday (work) but Sunday looks better including weatherwise
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Old 24 May 2006, 17:38   #102
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Roy,

The weather prediction chart you're using there looks pretty good. Which website are you getting it from and does it requires a subscription fee?

(sorry if it's been discussed before, did a quick search but couldn't find one as good)

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www.metcheck.com and its free
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Old 24 May 2006, 17:41   #103
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Yes I am, and he's called Bob
Probably can't do Saturday (work) but Sunday looks better including weatherwise
That reminds me of the F W Declerk joke. I was at Trewhiddle today looking at a static. Chris from Seaview has bought it.
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That reminds me of the F W Declerk joke. I was at Trewhiddle today looking at a static. Chris from Seaview has bought it.
Trewhiddle or Sun Valley? I heard he'd bought that
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Trewhiddle or Sun Valley? I heard he'd bought that
Trewhiddle.
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Old 24 May 2006, 17:52   #106
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Trewhiddle.
ah that makes sense, there's not much more he could do with Sun Valley
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Old 24 May 2006, 20:00   #107
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Talking about weather sites etc does anyone use this . It for surf reports but the wave bouys data is impressive and great for estimating the sea state around the coast . I find I can make reaonable predictions as to how lumpy its going to be .

http://www.a1surf.com/wavebuoy.html

As for the weekend , anyone got any decent ideas of the weather yet , friday looks pretty wet .

Roy thanks for that insurance link they were the cheapest 117 for my little boat which I thought was enough , others were up to 220 . I ensure a 1000cc sport bike for that
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Talking about weather sites etc does anyone use this . It for surf reports but the wave bouys data is impressive and great for estimating the sea state around the coast . I find I can make reaonable predictions as to how lumpy its going to be .

http://www.a1surf.com/wavebuoy.html

As for the weekend , anyone got any decent ideas of the weather yet , friday looks pretty wet .

Roy thanks for that insurance link they were the cheapest 117 for my little boat which I thought was enough , others were up to 220 . I ensure a 1000cc sport bike for that
Thats about the going rate insurance wise, think I paid around 155 for a 4m and 40HP of a similar value to your SIB.
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well the boats are now in cornwall, just got back after dropping them off, was a long long evening, looking forward to doing it again on friday!!!!

Brad, there are 80,000 hippies heading down for the run to the sun this weekend in newquay so might be worth travelling thru the night

i am!
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'Spose I ought to start thinking about putting the boat back together again. She's prop-less, fuel line is in bits as is the fuse box and there's a big whole where the Garmin should be.
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