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Old 12 September 2009, 08:27   #21
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sounds & looks like a great trip

Im a firm believer in boat camping and long travel the longer the better. I too like a little tot of whis & beer befor bed and story time regards glad you got time to get out Kim

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Old 12 September 2009, 10:41   #22
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Great report and pics... we only managed a miserly 60+ miles (and no beer) over the same number of days in August operating just south of Crinan.

Interested to see you have the same age/version Mariner as my 20hp on our GRP boat. They are a cracking engine and go amazingly well for their age.


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Old 12 November 2011, 06:36   #23
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Originally Posted by spartacus View Post
Fantastic. Great pictures. Love to do a similar adventure, but with a RIB I'd have to anchor in shallow water. Still have a Zodiac Mk2 CGT but the seam gave way. Did repair it, but lost faith in it. Sold the engine for it - so no going back now!
I was wondering if this happened yet ? , I am in the planning stages of a similar "Camping - Rib" trip in the N.W Scotland next summer (June/July) , No firm dates or places as yet. (25/26th june will coincide with the RB12 round britain race at kyle of lochalsh)

The basic Idea is leave from Kyle of lochalsh area , travel around skye, east coast of Uist ,(St kilda if weather permitting) Harris , lewis , back to the mainland around Kinlochbervie , back down the west cost ,Wild Camping All the way in tents.

As I sy its still in its planning stages as yet ,and due to weather restrictions the route may(and probibly will change nearer the time) If anyone is interested.?
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Old 12 November 2011, 20:11   #24
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What a great sounding trip! Nice pictures. Makes me wish my great grandfather never left Ireland. You guys have some great boating around those islands!
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Old 02 November 2014, 10:08   #25
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Originally Posted by Poly View Post
How much fuel did you carry (and how much did you use?).

How much beer can you fit in a 4m SIB?
You were well ahead with the planning for the Great Scottish SIB Raid 2015 , eh Poly?

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