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Old 05 April 2006, 07:34   #81
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PARTICIPANTS

1) The welcoming party departing from LAmpton


Phil Chitty + 1 - NEW RIB - home
Andre & Wiesia + Ken - Seahawk 3 < Arun View
The Edges (3 or 4) - Fujimo < Arun View
Steve Green + 2 - Lynx < LAmpton home

2) The Solent Group coming by sea

Jackeens > Kathleen & Paul - Merlin <
Bogib + 1 - Arctic Challenger < Arun View
M & A - Remedy <
Carly Baby -
The Warners > Rosie & Iain - Myles Aweigh - The Nelson Hotel
Nauti Buoy > Richard + ? - Nauti Buoy a HARD BOAT
Charlie C + 1 - Shrek - The Nelson Hotel
benc - Intrepid - Ben + 1 - Quayside B & B
Brucehawsker > Bruce + 2 - Farfetched - Quayside B & B

So far the count is 28 persons not so sure how many persons with Nauti Buoy and Carly Baby no details as yet from you. Sadly the numbers are down when comparing to last year but guess that some cannot make up their minds

Anybody got any inside info as to the weather

Phil what is the name of your new rib! The next pint in the Arun View is on you to celebrate the first launch
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Old 07 April 2006, 09:45   #82
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I have advised Littlehampton Marine of the cruise and have been told that some mooring placed can be arranged. All fees must be paid directly to the Marina .

We need to establish who will be berthing where

1/ Littlehampton Marina

2/ Arun View

3/ Visitor's mooring by the Harbour Master's office (a charge will be made by the Harbour Master ) This is a good place for those staying at the Nelson Hotel Quayside B & B
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Old 07 April 2006, 10:48   #83
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Hi Andre

We are staying at the Nelson so I guess by the harbour master would be good for us. I'm not a good "coming alongsider" though and Iain plans on making me do all that stuff, so if its difficult there then I'd prefer a nice spacious berth (with no audience!)

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as ill be kipping in my cuddy ,wheres the best place for facilities,i guess it would be the marina
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Old 07 April 2006, 11:02   #85
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as ill be kipping in my cuddy ,wheres the best place for facilities,i guess it would be the marina
Will you be on your own cos need numbers for the evening meal at the Arun View
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Old 07 April 2006, 11:03   #86
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just had a look on the la marina website and basicaly they offer petrol and a bacon sarni in the morning,so im happy. andre as for numbers in my boat,its a definate one will let you know if this changes nearer the time
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Old 07 April 2006, 11:08   #87
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LAmpton Cruise 2006
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PARTICIPANTS

1) The welcoming party departing from LAmpton


Phil Chitty + 1 - Galaxsea 3 - mooring@LM
Andre & Wiesia + Ken - Seahawk 3 < Arun View = mooring@AV
The Edges (3 or 4) - Fujimo < Arun View = mooring@AV
Steve Green + 2 - Lynx < LAmpton home=mooring@LM

2) The Solent Group coming by sea

Jackeens > Kathleen & Paul - Merlin <???=mooring@????
Bogib + 1 - Arctic Challenger < Arun View=mooring@AV
M & A - ????? <????=????
Carly Baby + ?< mooring@LM
The Warners > Rosie & Iain - Myles Aweigh - The Nelson Hotel=mooring@VM
Nauti Buoy > Richard + ? - Nauti Buoy a HARD BOAT=mooring@????
Charlie C + 1 - Shrek - The Nelson Hotel=mooring@VM
benc - Intrepid - Ben + 1 - Quayside B & B=mooring@VM
Brucehawsker > Bruce + 2 - Farfetched - Quayside B & B=mooring@VM
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Old 07 April 2006, 11:11   #88
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Hi Andre

We are staying at the Nelson so I guess by the harbour master would be good for us. I'm not a good "coming alongsider" though and Iain plans on making me do all that stuff, so if its difficult there then I'd prefer a nice spacious berth (with no audience!)

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Rosie have no fears you will do OK and as for the audience well I can guarantee there will be enough
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Old 07 April 2006, 14:43   #89
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just had a look on the la marina website and basicaly they offer petrol and a bacon sarni in the morning,so im happy. andre as for numbers in my boat,its a definate one will let you know if this changes nearer the time
OK that is fine but you do want to join in for the evening meal at the Arun View
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Had a telephone chat with Colin the Harbour Master today and advised him of the cruise. I was not due to speak to him till later in the month but the news of the Power Boat race speeded matters up. Anyway our cruise is in his diary and mooring at the Visitor's Mooring has been arranged. The overnight charge for this is 15.00 per rib and payable directly to the harbour office. They are not very excited about the race as it does not bring any revenue to Littlehampton whereas the cruise does cos we have to purchase fuel, eat, drink and sleep so as far as Colin is concerned we are more important. It was nice to hear that.

May I just remind all concerned that a speed limit of 6 knots applies in the Littlehampton waters and heavy penalties can be imposed
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OK that is fine but you do want to join in for the evening meal at the Arun View
of course
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We are sea trialing our new boat on Saturday. It it all goes to plan we will have our own cuddy to kip in too, so I guess we will join Carl in the marina.

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Old 13 April 2006, 18:13   #93
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We are sea trialing our new boat on Saturday. It it all goes to plan we will have our own cuddy to kip in too, so I guess we will join Carl in the marina.

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Am I correct to understand it comes less tubes
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I have advised Littlehampton Marine of the cruise and have been told that some mooring placed can be arranged. All fees must be paid directly to the Marina .

We need to establish who will be berthing where

1/ Littlehampton Marina

2/ Arun View

3/ Visitor's mooring by the Harbour Master's office (a charge will be made by the Harbour Master ) This is a good place for those staying at the Nelson Hotel Quayside B & B
Hi Andre,

We would like to go for the visitors mooring by the Harbour Masters office
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We've planned a camping trip with some friends going to Witterings that weekend. Not getting there till Saturday am, so is there a plan for Saturday afternoon? Are you thinking of going up the river again, or something different? We would probably launch at Bracklesham, (tide permitting) and come round from there.

Would be good to meet up if possible wth time to get back late afternoon/early evening (sorry - can't do Arun View).

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We would like to go for the visitors mooring by the Harbour Masters office
That is what I have got you down for VM = Visitor's mooring
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We've planned a camping trip with some friends going to Witterings that weekend. Not getting there till Saturday am, so is there a plan for Saturday afternoon? Are you thinking of going up the river again, or something different? We would probably launch at Bracklesham, (tide permitting) and come round from there.

Would be good to meet up if possible wth time to get back late afternoon/early evening (sorry - can't do Arun View).

Thanks

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Mike

the tide is just spot on to go up the river and if most want to go then I do not see a problem . Lunch can be either at the Arun View or the Black Rabbit
which is past Arundel. It is a nice trip and can only guess that most will like to do this.
Sorry you can't make the evening but will you be joining on route those coming from the Solent
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That is what I have got you down for VM = Visitor's mooring
DOH,should have read the post.
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Yep it sure does!

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