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Old 12 July 2006, 20:14   #81
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i would expect to get round comfortably with 86 litres with mine but not sure if yours is 4s or 2s or direct injection, if you feel you can do 1mile per litre or better you should be fine but if you think you may need more then carry an extra can to be sure. not sure on the stops yet so will post these probably friday once we have some feedback from folks

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As a lot of you are coming over from the mainland do you know where your first stopping /meeting point over here may be and at what time? also I know this is not a good question to ask but how much fuel are people taking I have a Yamaha 90 on a 5.8 tornado 1/2 adults plus nipper, can make up tanks to give me about 86 lt

Thanks looking forward to a great day out
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Guess who's on harbour patrol on Sunday morning then? I will have to keep a close eye on the Camber

Hope you all have a great time - the weather looks good enough - b*st*rds
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any chance you can escort us round with flashing blue lights?
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Guess who's on harbour patrol on Sunday morning then? I will have to keep a close eye on the Camber

Hope you all have a great time - the weather looks good enough - b*st*rds
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Sailing club weather forecast for Hayling Bay suggesting Force 4 Easterly with that in view would a revrse in route be a good idea to avoid a head sea all the way along the south side of IOW ?
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Good idea. Might be able to join the trip then because they should all be passing Hayling about 1100 hrs.
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Sounds like will be a great day, would like to join you off Calshot for the trip
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fancy a day out .
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we will be there, launching at Calshot, red pro 12 zodiac.
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well, its finished so first outing this weekend, (new bright blue Humber 5.3 with mariner 90) looking forward to having a laugh on sunday, exactly where are we meeting,?? entrance to southampton water""
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hey well done matt on the boat

good to see the others joining as well

as for going clockwise or anticlockwise round the IOW i went thru some sexy software i have that shows the water speed for every hour of the day on the day in question and it looked 6 of 1 and half of the other if went clockwise or anti, however with the steady wind shown it might be better to go anti clockwise, anyone got any strong preferences either way
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I'm hoping to join the fun.

With the current forecast of an Easterly, combined with LW at around 9:00 BST, together with a near spring tide. In other words, I'd expect a strong flood tide around the points, in particular St Cats points. This could be a little choppy. On balanced my view would be anticlockwise. Other thoughts?
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Anti clockwise

For puerly selfish reason I prefer anticlockwise as we are leaving Chi harbour so it makes sense for us to go south .If so what would your eta at BEMBRIDGE are be ?
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Selsey Bill to Lyme Regis.

24 hour forecast:
Wind: east or northeast 4 or 5, increasing 6 at times.
Weather: fair.
Visibility: good.
Sea State: slight in shelter, moderate perhaps rough exposed waters.
Outlook for the following 24 hours:
Wind: east or northeast 4 or 5, increasing 6 at times.
Weather: fair.
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Sea State: slight in shelter, moderate perhaps rough exposed waters
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having read my previous posts i had said anticlockwise as a preferred direction when i actually meant clockwise.....

and others may have said the same by mistake

lets take a poll from here,

personally i say lets go clockwise so head out from calshot past bembridge and round.. that way we have a tail wind for more of the way..what say others?
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having read my previous posts i had said anticlockwise as a preferred direction when i actually meant clockwise.....

and others may have said the same by mistake

lets take a poll from here,

personally i say lets go clockwise so head out from calshot past bembridge and round.. that way we have a tail wind for more of the way..what say others?
I agree entirely. Not bothered about the tide. What's important for me is that for the longest exposed part of the trip that the sea will be behind me. It's no fun bashing into a 4' chop for 25 or more miles!

Clockwise it has to be.
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Just one thought, if my memory serves me well without looking in the Almanac the tide in the Solent sets East until about (I think) 4-5 hours after HW Portsmouth. HW Portsmouth is at 0830 on Sat so that means that you will have wind against tide until about 1ish at St Cats and the needles channel. The point being with a 4-5 forecast it would be more comfortable to avoid either or both of St Cats and the needles channel before about 1ish. It therefore seems logical to head East first past the Forts and Bembridge first.

It also means we can watch a you all go past as we will be out in the Eastern Solent doing a bit of sailing practice pre Cowes week.
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I have come in a bit late on this thread,what time are you leaving/meeting etc.
I am at northney so will be coming out over Chichester bar,.
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Roy, welcome


we are planning to meet at calshot at 9.30-9.45 with a view of leaving at around 10 am

plan is to go clockwise round the iow at a leisurly pace as is a family outing really,

would you meet at calshot or along the way?
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