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Old 06 December 2009, 06:53   #181
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Old 06 December 2009, 08:05   #182
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Old 06 December 2009, 08:11   #183
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Thats not bad at all,and from a phone!just goes to show what a difference a ''Stable Platform'' makes! [Thought the Parker looked Mighty!
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Old 06 December 2009, 09:26   #184
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Not sure I felt that lucky on the way back to Poole Mike
Ahhhhhhhh. Bad was it?

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Old 06 December 2009, 09:27   #185
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Old 06 December 2009, 12:48   #186
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Should have taken the morning flight yesterday....... flight ticket alone would have cost me just over 400 quids alone...... bit expensive lunch that.... glad you all had great day out

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Chris, thanks for instigating this trip. It's quite clear that these RIBnet meets are on the increase once again and this one provides a nice little platform in which we can build on for next years cruises.

Had a nice steady cruise over to the Rendezvous off Calshot. Was a bit bumpy off Gilkicker point, but kids seemed to enjoy it. A bit of a blast over to Cowes followed by a slow meander up the river to the Folly.

For a change we found the Folly relitively empty when we first arrived, which is a bit strange as all the times I've ever visited it's been wall to wall.

Thanks Mr Kennett for the RIBnet stickers!

Company great, food great and group Photo...What more could you ask for!

Cruise back was the best bit! Bloody Fantasic! Best fun I've had since a Poole cruise back in Febuary 2008. Following Seas all the way. Lots of Air time! All crew were loving it! A nice steady 32knotts, we just got into the groove. No photo's unfortunatly but I'm sure there were plenty like the one below.

Something else I enjoyed were the responces we got from other sailers. Everyone waved and got into the spirit, we even got a Ho Ho Ho from a passing Yacht.

So all there is to say is......THANK YOU EVERYONE!!! till the next time!
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Old 06 December 2009, 16:14   #188
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I agree with the above: I propose to arrange a second Naco Run in early spring and to rearrange the unfortunately (but wisely) cancelled St Vaast trip in the summer.

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.... and a final few from the pub (with the last one being a superb example of banana-style rafting-up!):
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will be up for that trip David!!
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Which one: the nacho run or St Vaast (or both!)?
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I agree with the above: I propose to arrange a second Naco Run in early spring and to rearrange the unfortunately (but wisely) cancelled St Vaast trip in the summer.

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If its not still there from last time, you can put our name on the list for the St Vasst trip Dave!How early in the Spring?..Shortest day soon!!!
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Old 06 December 2009, 18:54   #194
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This was my first outing with Ribnet so a big thank you to Andre for letting me have a seat in his MONSTER Rib and for introducing me to the rest of the crew.

Also thanks to everybody for making me feel so welcome, I had a great day and met some great people too.

I was really impressed with the run into Cowes and havenít stopped smiling since!

Thanks again Andre you really made my day!
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I know I am getting old, the first image I took of the team just before they left Southampton Dry Stack on Andre's RIB, the reason I think I am old is the front seat port side passenger was wearing shorts! Come on own up who is the hard man?
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I know I am getting old, the first image I took of the team just before they left Southampton Dry Stack on Andre's RIB, the reason I think I am old is the front seat port side passenger was wearing shorts! Come on own up who is the hard man?
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This was my first outing with Ribnet so a big thank you to Andre for letting me have a seat in his MONSTER Rib and for introducing me to the rest of the crew.

Also thanks to everybody for making me feel so welcome, I had a great day and met some great people too.

I was really impressed with the run into Cowes and havenít stopped smiling since!

Thanks again Andre you really made my day!
Alex, you are most welcome it was a pleasure to have you on board. Sorry your Dad could not make ie especially we had spare seats.

It was a great day out and yes we were very lucky with the weather.

Chris well done for picking the best day.

anyone got any action shots of Solentblast!!
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and a few shots taken from Solentblast

Steve, nice touch with the RibNet flag . I guess you deserve some brownie points from JK
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