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Old 29 April 2012, 08:19   #21
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Originally Posted by Markyboyo View Post
Guess that doesn't bother you much having a mooring there
Have you got any "in the know" if the Shipwrights will be reopened this summer?

If you see the SR on it's mooring, feel free to raft-up. I have a dog rough Avon Redrest which I intend to chuck in the hedge at the end of the beach, also free to use for all Ribnet members.


No more info on the Shipwright's.
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Old 29 April 2012, 09:15   #22
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Cheers for that, could come in handy when I'm down your way. I have a Tragomills 9.99 2 man (toddlers maybe) dinghy which I take with me sometimes as It blows up in about a minute and easily fits in a jockey seat. Get some funny looks turning up in the Rib and the paddling ashore in that but it works.

I'll drop you a message next time I'm heading Helford way if you fancy a pint.
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