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Old 19 May 2011, 03:08   #11
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Originally Posted by Doug Stormforce View Post
Why on earth do you drive all the way to Hythe? Crosshouse is a brilliant slip.
Agreed, but had a trailer nicked from there once, you can imagine how happy I was when I got back with my boat!

Another time I returned to find football fans parked everywhere across the slip although I had a nutter mate with me who shall we say helped a car into the sea so we could recover

Crosshouse is a good slip and I still use it regularly but I do alot of my boating with Andy and we tend to meet at Hythe cos it's more convenient. Not to mention you can nail it straight away (well almost) No six knot limit for a few minutes, I'm not known for my patience!
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Old 22 May 2011, 02:36   #12
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Which Slip to use..??

Try this web page... Home Page

I go all over the place with my RIB and this have proved itself time and time again..

Hope it helps you too..

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