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Old 24 December 2005, 19:33   #121
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Old 24 December 2005, 20:13   #122
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Glad you all had a good trip.


I was with you in mind, and to not miss out totally went out to Falmouth Bay and did some man overboard excercises with the family. Just a little scary to find out what they would do if I fell out for real.
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Old 25 December 2005, 08:33   #123
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WOW What a brilliant day.

Many thanks for organizing the trip Roy I wouldn't have thought about going myself this time of the year.

The whole day from the Cornish coast,the dolphins,the Isles of Sillies, the food, and the company made for a special cruise.

When we got back to Penzance I said to Roy what a great way to end 2005 he answered.......................................... ......................It's not over yet!
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Old 25 December 2005, 08:49   #124
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The Scillies...
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Old 25 December 2005, 08:52   #125
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A few more including Luke enjoying his lunch.
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Old 25 December 2005, 09:08   #126
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Afew pic's of Voyager what a great Rib she is.
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Old 25 December 2005, 09:35   #127
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Well done Roy & Bob, looked a great trip, super pictures and I've seen the video, at least your Rib's now had a wash off since the Looe trip Bob!
2005 not over yet? come on Roy what are you hatching now, trip up to Plymouth perhaps?
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Old 25 December 2005, 11:26   #128
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Excelent pictures Bob - I look forward to recieving the full res versions in an email.

Video Can be seen on this thread http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12496

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Well done Roy & Bob, looked a great trip, super pictures and I've seen the video, at least your Rib's now had a wash off since the Looe trip Bob!
2005 not over yet? come on Roy what are you hatching now, trip up to Plymouth perhaps?
Plymouth - what a good idea - what days are you available - should we start a new thread
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Old 25 December 2005, 15:26   #129
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Wow! What a great trip for Christmas Eve.

Great photos and video
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Well done guys

What a great trip and top video and pics, is your camera ok Roy lol

How much fuel did you use in the end and how long was the crossing, have you got the track on mapsource?

Thanks for the offer of a place on both your boats, I went out on a friends work do on Friday lunch time and didnít get in until 01:00 not a pretty site.

Hope you all had a great Xmass and see you soon.

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Well done guys

What a great trip and top video and pics, is your camera ok Roy lol

How much fuel did you use in the end and how long was the crossing, have you got the track on mapsource?

Thanks for the offer of a place on both your boats, I went out on a friends work do on Friday lunch time and didnít get in until 01:00 not a pretty site.

Hope you all had a great Xmass and see you soon.

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My Camera that got wet at the end of the video is fine - the one luke knocked of the pub table when we are having lunch is not

My new Navman F2100 claimed i used 97 litres - but when i refilled i could only get 82 litres in the tank.

I have yet to find out if this discrepancy is an inaccuracy in the Fuel flow meter or due to an air pocket in the under deck tank due to the boat being at a very slight nose down angle when i refilled.

You can download the track log from here http://www.riblog.co.uk/blog/uploads...esTrackLog.zip there is a Google Earth file and the Garmin Database file in the zip. Top speed for the day was 37 knots according to the track log.
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Well done chaps .. at least you get out on the water, not like some armchair cyber ribsters -

ps - went to the Minquiers today, brrrr!
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How much fuel did you use in the end and how long was the crossing, have you got the track on mapsource?Shaggy
I used approx 70lt of fuel & my gps said we covered 81.9nm and top speed was 35 knots couldn't quite keep up with Roy.
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