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Old 20 January 2016, 08:48   #1
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South West Sports Boat Rally 2016 - May - South Devon

Hi,

I want to let you know about our South West Sports Boat Rally 2016 in May that we’re holding in Brixham, South Devon. This non-profit event offers boaters loads of fun, social and boating. All the information you need is on our website, so check it out and see if it’s for you. Any questions can be sent via the website contact form or you can ask here.

Our schedule has just been uploaded so you can see what we’re up to. The event has been going now since 2011 and is growing in popularity every year.

We hire the events pontoon in Brixham so you have somewhere to berth for the whole weekend. We’re offering a range of stuff including a fantastic raffle, boat awards, cruises, BBQ and much more.

While I do appreciate most of our boats are of the hard variety, we do have a couple of RIB's who regularly attend.

www.swsbr.co.uk

Thank you.
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Old 22 March 2016, 08:54   #2
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Bump. Rally attendance is going well with only five spaces left available.
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Why are you restricting numbers?

I'd heard that Nos was planning on rocking up to compare upholstery with you boys.
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Hi Mollers,

We're restricting numbers mainly because we feel over thirty boats makes the event too unmanageable with our current resources. That said, it's only a number and if we were to go over by a couple, then I don't think that really matters.

There are other factors too such as safety and pontoon space, plus I worry a little that with too many boats we might start to lose the social and personal nature of the event. In the future it may be possible to extend the numbers but we'd have to re-think how we run it. I really just want people to be aware that spaces have gone fairly quickly and have become limited.

I'm afraid I don't get the second reference?

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I'll see how it fits in my boating calendar.

Stripey seats, G&Ts and wives dressed like women should be more interesting than the standard rib gathering.

One pint, followed by tube fabric, chartplotters, fuel consumption , bouncy seats..............
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