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Old 09 January 2014, 16:47   #21
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yes ark, stayed there a couple of years ago.
I have thought about going back but its the cost and the weather that's stopped me.

The only thing about it is there can be some swell coming in to the beach when launching and recovering the boat.
It's ok but can make it a little tricky.
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Old 09 January 2014, 16:51   #22
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There are always places like here - Riverside Caravan Park | About Riverside

Simple launching in Plymouth, free slips, loads to see both on and off the water.
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Old 09 January 2014, 16:57   #23
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if your coming up country also watermouth cove holiday park in north Devon. near ilfracombe.

free slipway etc.

Not been but heard good things.

It's handy places with there own slipways as you don't have to rush and pay for extra parking etc.
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Old 11 January 2014, 04:22   #24
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We've booekd here for May -http://www.trecombe-lakes.co.uk/Pod_Living

Loads of places to see from the Rib and both moorings and slipways available locally - so I've been told!!. The venue is happy for the boat and or trailer to be left on site as well.
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We've booekd here for May -http://www.trecombe-lakes.co.uk/Pod_Living

Loads of places to see from the Rib and both moorings and slipways available locally - so I've been told!!. The venue is happy for the boat and or trailer to be left on site as well.
Yeah it looks good.
there are many slips a short distance away from beach launching to marina slips
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We've booekd here for May -http://www.trecombe-lakes.co.uk/Pod_Living
Have a care. The above is alarming close to 'Chez Moll', do you have to encourage all manner of Ribnet riff raff down to my Manor?
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Have a care. The above is alarming close to 'Chez Moll', do you have to encourage all manner of Ribnet riff raff down to my Manor?
Have to educate them some how

and a BBQ at yours sounded such a great idea
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ok so far looking into fowey, likes nice there and having the river fowey to go up would be nice aswell
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fowey is very nice.
There is a campsite opposite up the hill that has a slipway down the lane.
Not cheap to launch and moor though
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fowey is very nice. There is a campsite opposite up the hill that has a slipway down the lane. Not cheap to launch and moor though
That'll be Penmarlam
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