We have use of the braehead pontoon, its big enough to take all the boats that are likely to come and more, freeish, relatively secure and has a museum and food locally.
I will contact everyone by PM later today that has expressed an interest to swop numbers etc but the basic plan is-
Meeting Kip just outside the entrance at 10:30am on Sunday 7th.
Leave approx 10:45 to allow for stragglers and saying hello.
travel up Clyde picking up anybody on the way,will be arranged with those folk as far as
times and meeting points are concerned.
Arrive at City centre and have a looksee.
Arrive back down river at Braehead approx 12:00-12:30 and berth on pontoon.
Pay to get into museum if wanted (optional), go for lunch at the various food places inside
and outside Braehead.
Approx 13:00-14:00 leave Braehead and travel downriver splitting up as we go to various
recovery points on river.
Go home and relax!
Pontoon use is kind of free, we have been asked for a "small" donation which may consist of enough folk going to the museum or in the worst case a quid or so a skull. Any wrinkles that folk want worked into this now is the time to say! Also if folk want to go to the tall ship or SECC or anywhere else it is a free country and they can if they want.
I have the contacts if they want to make their own arrangements with these venues. Braehead has come out on top because it is the only one that can take the number of folk that have said they want to come and I have had to plan for these numbers, even if not everyone is likely to turn up
Now i just need to go and organise some weather