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Old 31 August 2003, 11:39   #11
Country: UK - England
Town: London
Make: Yam
Length: 5.5
Engine: Yamaha 115hp 4 stroke
Join Date: May 2003
Posts: 9
I keep and launch my rib at Northney marina on Hayling Island. Very impressive facility with toilets, showers, chandlery etc. Good concrete ramp with temporary pontoon getting wet when launching or retrieving. Plenty of car/trailor parking all for around £16.
I regularly cruise to the I.O.W. and from the marina, Bembridge is around 1 hour, Ryde around 1hour 15mins and Cowes 1hour 30mins.
Facilities at Ryde are good....plenty of good guest houses, pubs entertainment etc inc. super beach.
Bare in mind though that Ryde sands make access to the harbour impossible for a couple of hours either side of low water so very important to plan your crossing with the tides firmly in mind otherwise several hours of your trip will be spent looking at where you want to be from a sand bank! Strongly advise use of a chart or GPS......don't be fooled by the hovercrafts......different rules!!!!

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Old 03 September 2003, 13:33   #12
Country: UK - England
Town: HOOK
Boat name: George
Make: Humber
Length: 5.3m
Engine: Mercury 60hp
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 1
I'd go for Warsash as parking is free and even in high season it's still a breeze to launch. The car park is overlooked by a pub and so pretty safe. I believe you can park overnight.

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