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Old 09 January 2010, 07:11   #81
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Seems to be more Fifers here than I first thought,
We will have to get the clubs together in the summer for some good cruises this year!

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that seems like a brilliant plan. i'll need to start saving for fuel
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As above Scott main roads ok but sides roads are totally crap.

Seems to be more Fifers here than I first thought,
We will have to get the clubs together in the summer for some good cruises this year!

gaZ
It just so happens that a few weeks ago Scott (SPR) was telling me about some events in the forth next year which were open to all. If the dates are firmed up etc it would be worth starting a new thread in the Upcoming Cruises sections for "Forth Events 2010"
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Old 09 January 2010, 10:39   #84
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It just happens gaZ is a member of my club too! I will get a calendar together, this includes a trip to may isle , a muster to new haven harbour to celebrate Port of Leith motor boat club 75th aniversity gala, and if people interested helping out or watching the yacht at east coast sailing week.

We will be also arranging cruises through out the year leaving at Elie going to were weather takes us, and running Wednesday training and cruises, these are really for members but we don't mind visitors!

RNLI sea safety days and Sea checks can be arranged any where on the forth if anybody is interested.

Will start new thread with cruises. http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread....184#post334184

Forth yacht club association is in progress of creating a power section and we will be working with the FYCA to co ordinate events.

We also be running an open day promoting powerboating and sailing in conjuction with fife council.

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dude, you don't launch off that one. its the two wide ones that you use. they are good at high tide but rather bad at low tides.
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Oh damn, oops.

Yeah, they get pretty bad further down. I've noticed that.
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