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Old 18 September 2004, 04:31   #11
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Hi Andy,

If you're planning to be out this weekend, why not join in the treasure hunt cruise?
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Old 18 September 2004, 04:36   #12
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I'll be back in a couple of weeks and will be overdue a channel crossing.

Fancy one in mid-October, weather dependent ??

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Old 18 September 2004, 06:21   #13
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Richard, got Louise's plan for the day so will probably meet up at some stage during the days events 10:00 at Calshot might be too early for a launch at Haslar so might make Warsash, we'll see!

See you tomorrow, I hope.

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Old 18 September 2004, 06:58   #14
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Brambles

I'll be back in a couple of weeks and will be overdue a channel crossing.

Fancy one in mid-October, weather dependent ??

Cheers

Mark
Hi Mark,

Definately up for another trip. Graham Jelly has said that he wants to take the new stepped hull Scorpion accross as well. Perhaps we could see who else wants to come?

Regards.
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Old 18 September 2004, 17:53   #15
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Hi Spud!
Using the RIB through the winter sounds like great fun, I'm envious, however if you do intend to winterise it, I'd say it's pretty simple. Last winter I called up an outboard servicing place got some instructions from the very helpful guy on the telephone and did it myself. The engine started first time 6 months later and has run flawlessly.

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Hi Mark,

Definately up for another trip. Graham Jelly has said that he wants to take the new stepped hull Scorpion accross as well. Perhaps we could see who else wants to come?

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any one need a crew i'm available mid October.
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Thanx Guys

Well thanks for the advice good people! Mostly advising not to winterise at all and to just get out when possible. This is the best course of action i've decided, some big repair bills earlier in the year and not alot of use will be too much to bear. So as suggested thermals will be donned and crisp Autumnal and Winter days enjoyed!!!!
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