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Old 27 September 2001, 05:18   #21
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Hi Jools,

Going to show my ignorance now as that part of the world is not the most familiar to me but I *think* its about 50-60 miles so say 2-3 hours cruising. As ever depends upon the weather & sea state!

At the moment we are rather short of boats but I'll keep you in mind. If I can actually get my boat over to Wales (which is a little challenging as I don't have a towcar at present!) then I will probably have space on board.

As for other cruises this year, there is a big cross channel/Channel Isles cruise next weekend and possibly a day trip to France sometime. Weymouth cruise (from the Solent) is the last weekend in Oct. Cruising season nominally is between Easter and end Oct but I know quite a few people who cruise throughout the year and if the interest was there I'm sure we could organise something!

So what are you waiting for? Fill in that application form, write out the cheque and get them off in the post to Jim Mackintosh. You know it makes sense!

Cheers.
Alan
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Old 30 September 2001, 07:52   #22
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Any News on Channel Trip

Alan

Has there been any plans on suggesting a date for the day trip to France as I need to plan my weekends ahead of time and would like to go on this trip.

As always I'm short of crew and would welcome Emails to Mark@ecc-limited.com, if anyone is interested !

Regards from a very wet Bournemouth

Mark
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Old 03 October 2001, 15:50   #23
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IOM Cruise this weekend - Cancelled

The IOM cruise this weekend has been cancelled due to inclement weather forecast! (F6 or so!). It will possibly be rescheduled to another weekend if people are interested.

Cheers,
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Old 03 October 2001, 19:25   #24
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OK. Alan, if you're not going then we will also put it off until later.
Anyway we had a good run round Strangford Lough last weekend, the end of which I am sure will be remembered..
Anyway, it will give us a chance of a last sail of the season(...) in "Playmate"
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Old 04 October 2001, 10:28   #25
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Alan McK,

Sorry we didn't stay for the excitement - and the talk !

Is it right that the fracas was the result of whatever Alan Priddy had to say ?
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Old 05 October 2001, 20:03   #26
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I am told that Alan P always brings the best out in people. His presentation at the end of the days run was excellent. But it had been a long day for some people... Beyond that I couldnt possibly comment (ask Peter G. )
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