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Old 10 January 2010, 11:02   #21
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Its been a while.....
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You two must nearly be in the bilges! And yes you are at least middle aged! I'm now certainly old, gonna be a dad!!!
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Chewy! He's a middle aged RNLI transvestite! But a good lad

There's a few launching from the Morecambe bay area if you fancy it Hadd, inc the right dissociable Chewy
HI jsp,yeah mite do that when the time come,s morecambe just over an hr away for me cheers, i'v got a few trips booked before then, so maybe i can build a bit more confidents rib and engine thanks.
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Hi Hadd,
I often go out from the Victoria Pier at Rhos on Sea, near Colwyn Bay.
It's only about 1.5 hours away and is an easy launch, especially with a 4x4. If you're heading over there feel free to give me a shout - I'm always looking for an excuse to get out and would happily come and "support" you. When I went out straight after doing my PB2, I was glad to have a friend with me who had been driving RIBs for a while.

I'd be wary launching at New Brighton for you first few goes. The tide can run very fast and make for tricky launching and recovering there. Get some practice in first.
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Hi Hadd,
I often go out from the Victoria Pier at Rhos on Sea, near Colwyn Bay.
It's only about 1.5 hours away and is an easy launch, especially with a 4x4. If you're heading over there feel free to give me a shout - I'm always looking for an excuse to get out and would happily come and "support" you. When I went out straight after doing my PB2, I was glad to have a friend with me who had been driving RIBs for a while.

I'd be wary launching at New Brighton for you first few goes. The tide can run very fast and make for tricky launching and recovering there. Get some practice in first.
cheers for the offer,im planning a few camping weekends down that way so i can give the engine and boat a good test,i'm just sorting a rya radio and pb courses thats in feb, so if the weather sorts its self out by then, i will be out, thank andy.
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