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Old 20 December 2006, 20:48   #61
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Old 02 January 2007, 12:02   #62
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great trip

I have to agree it is a great buzz going over for the first time, we went to Alderney and spent time running round the island on a mini moto which was a sight as five adults PLUS all boating kit on board. We will work on being there.

Go for it !!!
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Old 13 January 2007, 10:48   #63
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sounds like a plan, going to be fun on a 5.4 searider!! how many miles is it across the pond?

best i get some more handling experience in !!!
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Old 19 January 2007, 20:27   #64
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We would like to come if that's OK. We'd be setting off from Salcombe. How would this work? Could we join at some point? Thanks.
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Old 23 January 2007, 12:20   #65
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Is this particular cruise still on? Thanks.
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Old 23 January 2007, 18:10   #66
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Its still in the planning stage.
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Old 23 January 2007, 19:55   #67
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Well I plan to be there
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Old 23 January 2007, 22:20   #68
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Old 24 January 2007, 01:26   #69
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Will start to make some serious plans in March.
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Old 28 January 2007, 17:41   #70
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that sounds cool its hard to find trips with ribs .got new avon 6.2 150 opitmax super charge still learing new toy love to do long trip on rib will keep eye out for dates do u think rib is to small
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Old 28 January 2007, 18:54   #71
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that sounds cool its hard to find trips with ribs .got new avon 6.2 150 opitmax super charge still learing new toy love to do long trip on rib will keep eye out for dates do u think rib is to small
I don't think the rib is too small, there's people planning to go in 5.4m seariders (maybe me included). It comes down to weather conditions, engine reliability, being able to carry enough fuel and the required gear etc, and the ability of the hull.
The seariders are well known for having very good hulls, I don't know about the one you have but size wise it should be OK, then just cmes down to weather, careful planning, seastate etc.
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Old 10 February 2007, 14:07   #72
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is the trip open to anyone I would be very interested in tagging along is everyone camping or is there enough b&b rooms available
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Old 10 February 2007, 14:11   #73
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Open to anyone mate. No probs with coming along.
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Old 10 February 2007, 14:15   #74
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Accomodation

Time to get some real planning done. If everyone can supply the numbers for this trip by the end of February then we can look at booking some accomodation. I'm away till then so can't do much before then unless someone wants to tak up the mantle in my place.

I'll start the ball rolling with :-

Zerstorer - Two people on Board - Would like a B & B or cheap hotel.

(Not too bothered if its seedy).
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Old 11 February 2007, 17:19   #75
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Mrs7 (she will be by then) and I are up for this, a night under the stars with the gentle sound of the waves lapping on the nearby beach, or more likely that great big foghorn. We might even ruff it on Old Spice

Can I suggest we meet up in Yarmouth as this would give everyone the opportunity to fill up fuel tanks to the brim prior to crossing. They have both petrol and red stuff. From memory its 58 miles from the Noodles to Alderney, so NAAFI break half way? also worth thinking about a crusing speed that will suit everyone. 22 -24 knots if its calm should provide a comfortable sort of trip without everyone hanging on for dear life.

Fuel is a available in Alderney but its cans from the nearby garage (200m) unless Brian has a small trailer perhaps

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Old 11 February 2007, 21:56   #76
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Book us in
B & B would be nice.
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Old 11 February 2007, 22:30   #77
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Because I'm away soon if you could all highlight your details in bold and green type I'll collate them at the end of FEB to give to one of our island friends to help us out.
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Old 12 February 2007, 12:19   #78
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As far as accomodation goes...................think of the Scilly's.......

This is a very small island, 3 miles by 1. Sometimes called "2000 drunks clinging to a rock". Accomodation is very limited. At the moment there are only 2 hotels. The Braye Beach (old Seaview) v. expensive-forget it, and the Bellevue. The Bellevue was £65pp pn.
B&B is also v. scarce and around £40pp pn. During the season it all gets very booked up. I would suggest you book early.
Tel Nos. to help you are:
Bellevue Hotel 01481 822844

B&Bs:
Maison Bourgage 01481 824097
Town House 01481 824897
St Annes 01841 423145
Farm Court 01481 822025
Bonjour 01481 822152

Or the Alderney Accomodation website:
http://www.alderney.gov.gg/index.php/pid/56
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like the idea of this trip very much, so please pencil me in Biggles.

yarmouth sounds like a great start place also.


Shamu - Two people on Board - Would like a B & B or cheap hotel.
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2 maybe 3 people B & B first choice
but will camp if forced with the threat of alcohol round a camp fire
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