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Old 18 June 2012, 10:28   #11
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And if you two get together and want another 380 please let me know.
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looking at redcliffe farm, so if you want some more company ...throw some dates around
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Old 18 June 2012, 10:57   #12
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Short notice , but I may well be out tomorrow afternoon ....cant decide SIB or RIB ...

Could try and get the SIB out , but if there are Dolphins about by Swanage etc it can take its toll on my arm to hold the tiller .

Probably from Baiter about 1.00 to 1.30 ish with the SIB or a bit later with RIB ( as I cant take it to work !)

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Old 18 June 2012, 16:25   #13
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Thanks to all of you, I will check out all the information.

Sorry cant get out on the water tomorrow, wish I could but have to go to that place could work!

I'm new to this so it's good to know you guy's are so friendly and have lots of good advice that you are happy to share.

I've only been out a couple of times due to the weather, am I right to be cautious of going out on overcast days? How does my sib cope in slightly dodgy weather?
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Old 18 June 2012, 17:44   #14
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Goathorn is particularly nice but you'll see no landing signs, you can land actually though technically you won't be allowed beyond the high water mark. We landed there during a storm and sheltered under the trees with the kids, it was a stormy autumn afternoon when we were last there and the owner simply asked us not to leave litter and was very friendly, even showing us Goathorn cottage which they rent to tourists. Lake Yard at Hamworthy is also a nice place for lunch as you don't need to be members, just moor in the marina any place then go and ask for a berth as they don't seem to talk on the VHF, perhaps phone ahead.
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