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Old 02 May 2015, 05:58   #1
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RIB invasion Loch Etive

The fleet (part of it, anyway) passing my house this morning. Looking impressive, guysClick image for larger version

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nice one, we were up there last year
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Easdale RIB Rendezvous

a full report with pictures and videos will appear in the website
Easdale RIB Rendezvous - Home
in due course.
I believe some further pictures have been posted on the site Facebook page.

There were 35 starters from Easdale. A further 3 joined us at Oban heading north. Two arrived at Colonsay and then confirmed it was a bit rough getting back. Smaller boats would have struggled.
The weather was dry, a bit chilly and some wind but perhaps as not as much as forecast. An enjoyable day out on the water.
The event has attracted boats from Essex, Somerset, Cheshire. Two came from Lancashire by sea. We had our N. Irish contingent.

A good turn out on a day when forecast was poor. Tomorrow's forecast is up to F9 and yes we will be out on the water.
We do really mean that due to all the islands there are very few days when you cannot get out in your boat here at Easdale.come up for a holiday.

Now off for some light refreshment.
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