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Old 19 January 2005, 11:30   #21
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Hi Andre

Just coming out of hibernation now !!

Count us in for this & I have nabbed a booking at the Nelson Hotel for us. Can we have an overnight mooring for Juno please??

Look forward to seeing everyone again.

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Old 19 January 2005, 12:54   #22
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and another rib has been added to the list

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Hi Guys

So far the following have confirmed their participation:

The Jackeens - "Zebedee"
Roy Smith - possibly
Louise & Richard - "Blue Ice"
Martin & Anto - "Remedy"
DJL - "Bumblebee"
Richard - "Nautibouy"
Janet & Bill - "Juno"

Welcoming party
Martin & "Bob" the Yellow Rib
Phil Chitty -"Galaxsea 2"
Andre & Wiesia - "Seahawk 2"
Who is next?
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Old 19 January 2005, 17:09   #23
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List of participants

JK

Can you please leave my edit button cos need to keep adding members and by using "Quote" I am missing some names.
I need to access the same list all the time

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Old 19 January 2005, 22:52   #24
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You don't want to be editing a list that is way back up the thread because no one will notice it's been updated! Why not just copy and paste the list, adding new entries as necessary?

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Old 20 January 2005, 09:15   #25
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You don't want to be editing a list that is way back up the thread because no one will notice it's been updated! Why not just copy and paste the list, adding new entries as necessary?

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Now why did't I think of that
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Old 20 January 2005, 09:18   #26
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The Jackeens - "Zebedee"
Roy Smith - (possibly - awaiting rib)
Louise & Richard - "Blue Ice"
Martin & Anto - "Remedy"
DJL - "Bumblebee"
Richard - "Nautibouy"
Simmons0 (David & Harry) - "Tombouy"
Janet & Bill - "Juno"

Welcoming party

Martin & "Bob" the Yellow Rib
Phil Chitty -"Galaxsea 2"
Andre & Wiesia - "Seahawk 2"
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Old 20 January 2005, 22:41   #27
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Please add us as well Andre. We are looking to camp somewhere near a launching site - anyone know anything about "The Ship and Anchor" Marina where apparently you can launch into the river.
Martyn and Ann
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Old 21 January 2005, 08:08   #28
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Please add us as well Andre. We are looking to camp somewhere near a launching site - anyone know anything about "The Ship and Anchor" Marina where apparently you can launch into the river.
Martyn and Ann
I was thinking about staying here as well, and doing the same as yourself, I will try and find something out and post a reply, or likewise if you do the same. Used to go here regularly when I was about 5 yrs old so quite a while ago
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Old 21 January 2005, 08:59   #29
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Please add us as well Andre. We are looking to camp somewhere near a launching site - anyone know anything about "The Ship and Anchor" Marina where apparently you can launch into the river.
Martyn and Ann
Hi Martyn & Ann

will add you to the welcoming party
as for the slip at the Ship & Anchor , well I believe you cannot launch there yourself and there maybe some tide restrictions

Lets see what Richard comes up with
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Old 21 January 2005, 09:04   #30
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The Jackeens - "Zebedee"
Roy Smith - (possibly - awaiting rib)
Louise & Richard - "Blue Ice"
Martin & Anto - "Remedy"
DJL - "Bumblebee"
Richard - "Nautibouy"
Simmons0 (David & Harry) - "Tombouy"
Janet & Bill - "Juno"

Welcoming party

Martyn & Ann - "Martann II"
Martin & "Bob" the Yellow Rib
Phil Chitty -"Galaxsea 2"
Andre & Wiesia - "Seahawk 2"
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I have room for passangers if somebody wants to come for the ride.
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Old 21 January 2005, 12:05   #32
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"I was thinking about staying here as well, and doing the same as yourself, I will try and find something out and post a reply, or likewise if you do the same. Used to go here regularly when I was about 5 yrs old so quite a while ago"

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I have left a message on the Ship and Anchor Answerphone.
I am not too familiar with the Littlehampton area but there are bound to be other sites nearby if S&A isnt suitable. I have been in touch with Littlehampton Marina and the alternative is to drop the boat off there
and, as confirmed earlier, they will launch and recover for £30.00.
Maybe there is a public slip at one of the small towns in the area?
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Have not heard anything back as yet, but I know the slipway is very small so was thinking about staying the Ship & Anchor and launching at Littlehampton Marina with everyone else.
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Old 21 January 2005, 14:11   #34
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Maybe there is a public slip at one of the small towns in the area?
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Martyn

Please have a look at post 19
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Old 21 January 2005, 14:59   #35
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Thanks Andre - missed the public slip bit?
My rib is small enough to launch alone so will probably use that one
as £30.00 seems a bit steep unless you are big?
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We're looking forward to it and we booked into a hotel today. So we are all set, just got to get the boat back together for the new season now!

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We're looking forward to it and we booked into a hotel today. So we are all set, just got to get the boat back together for the new season now!

M & A
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I trust you got the 4 poster



well a nice number of persons have confirmed their participation . Missing some names , however,

JK what about you, so close to home, at least you must come for the evening meal at the Arun View . I am sure some will want to meet you in the flesh so to speak.

AY, Pete7, Whiteshoes, Mike C, Ribald and many others - are you still undecided?

Bilge Rat - Richard how about coming our way


PS. Just a reminder only 3 months and a bit away
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JK what about you, so close to home, at least you must come for the evening meal at the Arun View.
Barring anything unforseen I hope to be out and about on Saturday, and I'll certainly stay for the meal

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Barring anything unforseen I hope to be out and about on Saturday, and I'll certainly stay for the meal

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John, great news . As you can see from the list there will be about 4 ribs launching at the marina so if you were to turn up at say 9, then loads of time for a beacon sandwich and a pot of tea before we head out to meet the Solent Armada
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Old 24 January 2005, 19:20   #40
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time for a beacon sandwich and a pot of tea before we head out to meet the Solent Armada
You just trying to scare us by pretending you lot actually eat beacons and stuff?


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