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Old 10 July 2020, 01:20   #1
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Solent this weekend?

Anyone out this Sunday on the Solent? Conditions looking good.
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Anyone out this Sunday on the Solent? Conditions looking good.
We’re around the western solent tomorrow and then Sunday heading to lulworth cove - forecast is looking nice 👍
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We're planning on going to Priory Bay on Sunday. Launching from Hamble Point at around 11.00.
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What a cracking weekend, Saturday morning run to the needles with some friends, lunch in Newtown creek and grabbed fish & chips in Lymington for tea, blasted down to Lulworth cove Sunday, anchored up by 9.30am and spent the day enjoying the Jurassic coast 😄
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Wonderful, you definitely made the most of the weather!

I did pop round from Poole to Chapman's Pool on Sunday afternoon, which was probably the busiest I've ever seen it in there, quite a few boats and RIB's rafted up. Sadly I needed to get back again though, so was only a very brief stop over.

Studland was packed out at the weekend as well, boats anchored all over the place!
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Wonderful, you definitely made the most of the weather!

I did pop round from Poole to Chapman's Pool on Sunday afternoon, which was probably the busiest I've ever seen it in there, quite a few boats and RIB's rafted up. Sadly I needed to get back again though, so was only a very brief stop over.

Studland was packed out at the weekend as well, boats anchored all over the place!
Was busy, Newtown on Saturday just the same, loads of boats!
Love your neck of the woods, such stunning coastline 😄
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What a cracking weekend, Saturday morning run to the needles with some friends, lunch in Newtown creek and grabbed fish & chips in Lymington for tea, blasted down to Lulworth cove Sunday, anchored up by 9.30am and spent the day enjoying the Jurassic coast 😄
How do you get ashore when anchoring in a cove?
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How do you get ashore when anchoring in a cove?
We keep a tender in one of our front lockers, running either a tohatsu or torqeedo outboard depending on the itinerary for the trip 👍
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