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Old 22 October 2003, 08:29   #41
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I'm hoping it will be the leisure boat that I'll be in but that's another story!
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Old 28 October 2003, 21:32   #42
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Please put Panther + 2 down for the weekend

Can't miss out on a trip like this!
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Old 29 October 2003, 11:29   #43
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Re: So the date is set 4/5/6 June 04.

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The date for the next Ribnet Cruise is set Friday 4th Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th of June 2004.

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Count me in.

Do we need to book direct with the hotel or whats the score ??

Room for crew if anybody fancys a spin.
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La Bamba will also definitely be coming , but crew numbers not definite yet. ( 'tween 2 & 4 I guess ).
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Re: Re: So the date is set 4/5/6 June 04.

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Do we need to book direct with the hotel or whats the score ??
Watch this space Martin, Kevin is scratching his head over this at the moment!
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Old 01 November 2003, 20:31   #46
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Cruise Update

Hi Guy's & Doll's

A quick note on what is happening so far.

I have found a Hotel that will take up to 40 of us.

I am talking to Cowes Yatch Haven Marina at the moment to secure berthing facilities for this w/end. However, the Berthing Master wants to liase with Ribex people first. I do not think it will be a problem just out of courtesy, so I have been told. Will know more on Monday. As soon as I have anymore news will post.

Regarding any Bookings for Hotel/Berthing.

I will probably follow the BIBOA Cruise format, You send details to me and I will book your room/berth through me, once I have recieved payment. It will be done on a first come basis.


I will confirm by "E" Mail or phone.

Just finalising the details please bare with me on this.

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Old 07 November 2003, 22:52   #47
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Err, think it might be rather busy that weekend in the Solent as its the 60 anniversary of D Day!

Like 20,000 old fogies all arriving in Portsmouth, millions of yachties crashing into ribs . (Old spice still not repaired) and parking in cowes, ha no chance.

So should be a brilliant. But you really are going to have to book early.

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Not Repaired Yet

Hi Pete,

I am sorry to hear that Old Spice is still not repaired yet. Is this due to insurance company or repairs bigger job than first thought.

I know it is the Aniverassary of th landings but it will still be a good w/end will give everyone a chance to brush up on their collision avoidance procedures

Hope it repairs are finished soon, it will be good to see you on the water again.

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Any news on berths Kevin?
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Old 09 November 2003, 07:19   #50
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Berthing News

Hi Charles and for all Ribsters,

At the moment the only news I have is that the Berthing Master from the Marina is talking with the people from Ribex.

Apparently the Ribex organisers have not confirmed how many berths they require yet. I am being told they get the priority.

I have pointed out that we want up to 20 berths for this w/end, guarenting visitors to the Ribex event.

Unfortunately, the Berthing Master is now off Sick, I will hopefully know more this comming Monday.

I have asked them to sort this out as quickly as possible as people are wanting confirmation of facilities before booking their hotel accomodation.

As Soon as I find out any more details I will let you all know.

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Thank-you , we will leave it in your capable hands.
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Old 10 November 2003, 09:41   #52
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AY, its the insurance company to date one quote and a survey by a qualified surveyor who hadn't a clue about ribs and suggested a pollyfiller and paint job ! I explained the facts in words of one syllables. they now want another quote. Have Peters from Chichester coming Wed. If you think some yards are expensive wait for the quote from Peters, however saw the 30' fairline they did a few years ago after it lost 4 feet off its bows. Brilliant repair, you couldn't even see the join of the new bow section. So fingers crossed she will be finally repaired. However I now keep a look out for a yacht called Sorina and the trail of devastation she leaves in her wake. Normally moored off Priddys Hard, Gosport.

I agree the weekend should be great and I will be there, we just need to make accm and mooring arrangements early. Fanks for taking on the organisation of this, much appreciated and I am sure there will be a beer or two from those attending.


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The waiting is over

Hi Guys & Dolls,

Well the event you have all been waiting is now confirmed to take place and will be know as "The 3rd Annual Ribnet Conference".

I attach all the details in a word document setting out the dates, location & costs. I hope I have not left anything out but if I have there is a contact number as well.

From previous Ribnet meets they are allways well attended so don't miss out and book early.

I look forward to hearing from you all Brian, Charles, Mike G, Richard B, Andre, Mike C, Dave M, Cookee, Mstacey, Ribald ect to name but a few.

This will be the event of the summer. Don't miss it!!

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P.s Slight technical problem with file attachment. Please bear with me.
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Hi Guys & Dolls,

Well the event you have all been waiting is now confirmed to take place and will be know as "The 3rd Annual Ribnet Conference".

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So what happened to the 2nd one?
Did I blink?
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What with me wanting to call it the 2nd inagural conf. and Kev wanting to call it the 3rd is anyone ever going to know where they are going? LOL

Kev - bit busy at the mo, will return your call soon(ish) but if you want to e-mail me the word doc i'll make it available on a website and put a link on here
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1st 2nd or 3rd ????

Hi Brian & Daniel,

If I remember right we had this discussion in Plymouth last year. As I understand it Plymouth was the 2nd therefore this will be the 3rd "annual" meet.

I stand to be corrected if anyone else knows different.

Daniel I have asked JK to sort a link out if he cannot do it I will send doc to you.

Need link to document so that people can down load a copy to send details onto me with there deposit for accomodation.

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Old 04 December 2003, 08:40   #57
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Whatever you decide to call it, the details and booking form can all be downloaded here

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Old 04 December 2003, 10:14   #58
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Hi John,

Thanks for setting up the link so now everyone can join us next summer Northerners, Southerners, East & West. No Excuses.

Some of you will even be comming from abroad. With a little bit of effort by everone lets make this a weekend to remember.


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Old 05 December 2003, 10:28   #59
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Hey the word document booking form says The date of this weekend will be Friday 3rd of June to Sunday 5th June 2004.

I think / hope thats wrong and you mean Friday 4th to Sunday 6th ???


Form will go in the post tonight.
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Yep just checked it, mstacey is right.
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