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Old 22 February 2015, 12:59   #1
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Plymouth to Looe Pasty Run 2015

Following the successful run last year (at the 3rd time of trying) I'm going to suggest a slightly later date this year to pick up the better weather at the first time of trying.

The proposed date is Saturday 30th May, 1300 jump off from the Breakwater fort, Plymouth Sound for the 14nm (approx) trip over to Looe.

A 1300 start time will get us to Looe 1400 ish which is 2.5 hrs before high, loads of time to eat a pasty, grab a tea from Black dog (if he's open) and toddle back for a dropping tide recovery - perfect.

As you all know my tide planning hasn't always been the best but after checking with others I'm pretty sure the times are right for this year

The next best date is the 13th June which we will keep as a back up date - or if it goes really well an option to go to Fowey for those that fancy something longer.
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Old 22 February 2015, 14:09   #2
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We're in, as you know

Maybe this time there'll be enough pasties to go round!
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Old 23 February 2015, 14:13   #3
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Hi,

Definitely interested if I am available, but will have to confirm later.

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I'd be keen on this run, are you willing to take a novice with you?
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I'm in, hopefully this time i wont get a call out.

Paul, i think it will be more the merrier.
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Old 27 February 2015, 04:02   #6
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I'd be keen on this run, are you willing to take a novice with you?
We found last year his was a good "starter" cruise for some, so I'm sure you'll be most welcome.

The "normal" Ribnet cruise criteria will apply (see notes at top of section). It is not an "organised" event , everyone attends as individuals and is responsible for their own passage planning, safety, equipment & competence etc....but doing a such a run in proximity with other boats is a great way of developing experience and confidence.

Feel free to drop me a pm if you want a bit more detail of what's involved.
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I'd be keen on this run, are you willing to take a novice with you?
You'll be welcome Paul, it's a simple run that's ideal for all skills and sizes.
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Thanks all, well up for this!

I will keep an eye on this thread for details as they emerge
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Plymouth to Looe Pasty Run 2015

I'm up for something but that date
Might be the date my wife is due out of hospital but keep me posted. And yes she has been in hospital for over a year in May.
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Might be the date my wife is due out of hospital but keep me posted. And yes she has been in hospital for over a year in May.
Well, your priorities are clear. As ever best wishes to you and your family - can't imagine what you've had to endure the past months. I sincerely hope Mrs TurboD does come out of hospital when you expect & continues to recover.
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Well, your priorities are clear. As ever best wishes to you and your family - can't imagine what you've had to endure the past months. I sincerely hope Mrs TurboD does come out of hospital when you expect & continues to recover.
Totally agree - good luck bud.
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Hi I'd be interested in this too please!!
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Hi guys sorry I have to pull out due to work commitment that day.
Sorry, hopefully next time!!
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Can I get a seat for this please Mr Austin? I promise I wont break the boat again :-) Although as soon as I set foot aboard you will get a call out!!!
Best we don't irritate the Looe harbourmaster this time either!! :-)
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Can I get a seat for this please Mr Austin? I promise I wont break the boat again :-) Although as soon as I set foot aboard you will get a call out!!!
Best we don't irritate the Looe harbourmaster this time either!! :-)
Of course you can Mr Bunker, i will not be answering a breakdown call this time, we missed out on the fun last time.

The harbour master can go swim next time, if he comes with that attitude again

You can drive down and then i can have some fun on the way back
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Of course you can Mr Bunker, i will not be answering a breakdown call this time, we missed out on the fun last time.

He says hopefully
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What's the date for this again?
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Hi andy
Is there room for one more rib on this trip
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Of course there is room - it's a big piece of sea!!!

The proposed date is Saturday 30th May, 1300 jump off from the Breakwater fort, Plymouth Sound for the 14nm (approx) trip over to Looe.
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