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Old 21 March 2010, 15:37   #21
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In Poole tomorrow and partly on Saturday then Wolverhampton Sunday and Poole again Monday.

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what was you doing in wolverhampton bogib thats a long way inland for you
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Old 21 March 2010, 16:25   #22
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That Parker really seems to push the spray out low and wide, I would imagine a very dry ride, just what you want for your paying passengers Steve
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what was you doing in wolverhampton bogib thats a long way inland for you
For me Wolverhampton is a short journey justifiable for dinner from way south..... am picking up three trailers from SBS in the morning (already picked up the other three last week) and taking them down to Poole (RNLI) where some Atlanticīs will be loaded on them and couple of them will have new Evinrudeīs fit.

Am just watching out the window to your Stadium........

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Thanks to all that came out for the day and the very good company. My passenger is truely converted and was impressed by the friendly nature of RibNet and its members. Anyone got a 6m for sale??

A good day on the water and as Ian said, I still think I have the right vessel for the Sea Safari business. David and I took on The Bridge on the way back, standing waves like buses and it just climbed on top and slid down the other side,

Still have not mastered enbedding video, so attached links for a couple of vids I grabbed.

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For me Wolverhampton is a short journey justifiable for dinner from way south..... am picking up three trailers from SBS in the morning (already picked up the other three last week) and taking them down to Poole (RNLI) where some Atlanticīs will be loaded on them and couple of them will have new Evinrudeīs fit.

Am just watching out the window to your Stadium........

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we have a great stadium you should come here when the teams playing
could have took you out to some good places to eat mate next time your here let me know

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Old 21 March 2010, 18:19   #26
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Saw you guys go past Shanklin @ noon, did you meet up with the 2 ribs @ 1/2 mile offshore.
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we have a great stadium you should come here when the teams playing
could have took you out to some good places to eat mate next time your here let me know

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Avocet...........

Many thanks for the kind offer, unfortunately for this trip lack of internet connection on Friday prevented me posting. Of course if I had asked around at the time of getting to Yarmouth Saturday, they have a PC in the office.............doh.

We had the PB2 Thursday and Friday, made it to Yarmouth Saturday, on our Rib, the Needles and Keyhaven for a nose yesterday.

Looks like a good time was had by all !
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Old 27 March 2010, 05:51   #29
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Looks like you had fun - so maybe next time -
Anybody doing anything Easter ?
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Anybody doing anything Easter ?
I'm intending to be out on the Solent on the Biboa Easter Cruise - which is Good Friday to Easter Monday based from Yarmouth - usually meeting each morning at about 10.00 to fix a cruise for the day.
Weather allowing, possible/probable days include Lymington Market (Saturday morning), Ventnor, Bembridge, Poole, Portsmouth, a run up the Hamble, a cruise round the IOW, Chichester, etc. - It all depends on the weather, and what those that turn up want to do.
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