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Old 14 December 2010, 04:58   #11
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You could make it across for this easy enough.

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Old 14 December 2010, 05:09   #12
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I'm planning three or four short "smoke generation" cruises. 10 hrs of running at at 25:1 at restricted RPM should be enough time to plan something more exciting!
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Old 14 December 2010, 05:35   #13
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well i did have a drunken night in the chain locker some years ago so maybe will have to revisit old haunts!!
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Old 14 December 2010, 05:45   #14
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I'm kinda in Limbo for next season, hopefully I'll be ribless by the time the weather settles. So restricted to bay-hopping in the inflatable bathtub and cadged trips as crew.

Of course, I've put my name on Redbay's Destructive Tester Panel, so fingers crossed. With enough fuel in the tanks, the entire Western Seaboard of the UK is vulnerable, I mean reachable...
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Old 14 December 2010, 11:27   #15
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I'm kinda in Limbo for next season
nevver mynd popps

yew can bee de furst too bi mi noo compooter gaim wot i av inventid

itts corld de sims ribnit howse

bitt ov a sofitwair glich att de mowmint

orl i cann gett de caracters too doo iz fil de garij wiv bote junk, dril oles an wakk orf inn de fkin baffrewm

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Any tide next year with a coefficient > 110 = somewhere shallow in Normandy
Any tide next year with a coefficient > 80 but < 110 = Mont St. Michel
Easter - Paris/Rouen/Carentan or maybe Ouessant
Other places I'd like to go next year: Brehat, another trip to Roches Douvres, Casquets, Goury, Dahouet.
They all seem like great suggestions. We went to Brehat last year, and it is truly spectacular, just round the corner from there is Les Sept Iles, and slightly further round Ploumanach which is even more incredible than Brehat.


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Apr/May maybe easter - Paris
end of June - Falmouth and Scillies
end of July - Alderney Gathering
Sounds good

We also floated the idea last year about a St. Malo trip or somewhere fairly close round there. Martin seemed keen Especially with Simon around there too now
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There is some talk of extending the Alderney cruise to a week and continuing further south but it's early days I guess
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Eh?!!!
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Only with your permission of course
Then onwards to the Scillies with some luck
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There is some talk of extending the Alderney cruise to a week and continuing further south but it's early days I guess
Yeah, thats what I was thinking of. AFAIK Blue Ray is planning to spend much of the summer in Brittany, on the north coast instead of their usual southern stomping ground.

I've mentioned it before to many of you, but I'll just plug it once more...

...This is a superb book covering all the CIs and nearly all of Brittany & a little of Normandy. Well worth it

Secret Anchorages of Brittany
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