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Old 06 January 2004, 18:42   #31
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lan after CrazyH finishes his cruising the US with his RIB monster he will be crossing the Atlantic and bringing it over to Greece for a while
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Old 06 January 2004, 18:45   #32
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That'll be around 2007 then. It'll take him a few years, on and off, to cruise round America's. I don't blame him, what an opportunity. Looking forward to seeing some photo's of the finished article. I think he said his first trip over to Canada is in May this year.
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Old 06 January 2004, 18:53   #33
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Yep. He is a luck son of a gun. Wish I could do that.
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Old 06 January 2004, 19:09   #34
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Re: Still hunting

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When are you at LBS with your FREE tickets?
just made arrangements to go on Sun 11th with our FREE tickets, but may go again on the following weekend just to be sociable.

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Old 06 January 2004, 19:26   #35
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I've just had a look at the train/tube journey. Looks like like a bit of a bore to drive from west/south/south-west. You should be able to park quite easily on a Saturday in a decent place (like Ascot or Sunningdale?) then get train to Waterloo. Then the tube looks simple to Docklands.

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Iīll be at LBS on Wednesday leaving the car somewhere north of London and taking the most boring transport ever been created train/tube (glad we donīt have anything like this at home)
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Hi Pepes
FYI the trains into waterloo are going to be messed up again this weekend and every weekend till March I think.
The southampton airport stn staff are saying its going to be a 2hr journey to waterloo instead of the normal hour and ten.
I'm tempted to drive and go on saturday.
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I'll be going to the Boat Show this Friday (9th). Anyone else apart from Martin going?

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Take your oilskins to Show

On the evening of Dec 23rd, the windsurfing pool being constructed at the show suffered a structural failure and 250,000 gallons leaked from the 70 x 30 metre pool. causing what was described as "some damage" The organisers say that the pool will not be ready until at least next Monday for the planned windsurfing championships. Somebody got their calculations wrong!!
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