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Old 23 October 2002, 08:46   #1
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Anyone fancy meeting up after New Year for a few drinks and a short cruise just around the Solent. Say meet in Lyminghton then go for a beer in Yarmouth and a quick run down to Ports mouth for lunch etc.

May as well do some winter boating, breaks up the bordom of work.

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Old 23 October 2002, 09:35   #2
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Bloomin' Solent, Solent, Solent. What's wrong with some REAL sea? Any one fancy a January out in the Moray Firth?

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Old 23 October 2002, 10:09   #3
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Hi Keith

I would love to come up and join you. Unfortunately I dont have enough time in the winter. I would seriously concider thr round scotland event next year though. Always wanted to go boating in Scotland.

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You'd be welcome any time. Keep an eye out on the forum for details of the Orkney SIB attempt next summer. We could do with a couple of support boats.

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Julian, Keith,

Are you planing to rib (sib) right after year's change, or spend the new year's eve on board ? ?
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Hi Michael

On New years Day I will wake up, look out the window at the sea and my 'wind fish'. Depending on wind direction and sea state I will then decide where we will go for the day.

We will take some hot homemade soup and sit out at sea somewhere in the freezing cold looking at the snow capped mountains. And all of this in a little SIB!

I can hardly wait. Still if it is VERY cold I'll pump the boat up by hand - that will warm me up.

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Hi Michael

Yes I will be out on the water straight after new years. If the weather is not too bad that is. Normally just have a run around. How about you??

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