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Old 25 September 2006, 10:27   #61
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Nope, with greyhound out of comm, and the Uni Rib relatively inaccessable, I will be taking up Nashers kind offer, and joining him et al on Nashers Revenge.
Would it be easier if you came with me and then jumped onto Nashers boat when we meet up at Haslar?
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Old 25 September 2006, 10:42   #62
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The list now looks like this:


Haslar (1000)
Tim M (2), Nasher (& Jimbo) (4), Hugh Jardon (4), Pete 7 (4)

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BenC (2+), Pressman (4), Andy Moore (4), AndyB007 (4), CJL (?), RJH (4), Ian McConnel (?), Peter J (3), Lostyboy (4), Ian M (?)

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Yarmouth (1300)
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Others (whom I have no idea about)
Top Banana, Neal, The Edges, Phil Chitty, MikeCC (2)

That's 22 boats so far (sorry if I missed anyone out), and 42 people (excluding the "others and people with a ? next to their name).
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Old 25 September 2006, 10:44   #63
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Would it be easier if you came with me and then jumped onto Nashers boat when we meet up at Haslar?
Possibly, but I'll probably make the effort to meet up with Nasher and give him a hand launching etc (not that he really needs it - he seems to have a great system down to a fine art!)

Have you booked the weather Tim?
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Old 25 September 2006, 10:54   #64
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Yes the weather is booked and paid for.
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I might be up for this one. Just heard my boat is ready for collection after some minor modifications. I need now to get some time off work. Shall be working on that one on Thursday.

If I do get the green light I intend to launch from Warsash about 1000 hrs and will wait mid channel for everyone to arrive.

Crew will be me plus my son.

Hope I get the time off now.
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Old 25 September 2006, 11:34   #66
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I'll be meeting you chaps at yarmouth. Will be me plus a mate or two but no need to include us in official pub numbers, we usually sit around out special log by the bar
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Still hoping to be able to come and be at the Calshot meeting point. But it depends on whether or not I'm taking my nipper back to University that day. He's abroad until later this week. It's most likely I will be taking him on the Sunday.

This is very annoying because my diary is as empty as the Pompey trophy cabinet usually. The only two things I have had to do at the weekend for the entire year have fallen on the Poker Run and this!
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Old 25 September 2006, 12:27   #68
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Launching a Rib is like making love to a beautiful woman.

As you get older you will find the mature approach works better than youthful exuberance.

You invest in the fuel, like a candle lit dinner.
You make sure your equipment is looking its best and in full working order.
Which is especially important to those of us with slightly older equipment.
Pay particular attention to checking for leaks.

Then you need to make sure she is ready.
The angle of attack needs to be carefully considered, and if your rollers are not lubricated there will be painful squeaks and scratches to your smooth bottom.
Be gentle, and relax is the key, pushing and shoving with all your might will not work unless the ‘Button‘ on the winch has been released.
You will be rewarded with a smooth and satisfying entrance followed closely by the gentle slap slap of waves on the hull.

Of course there comes a point when even the mature Ribber revs up and really gets going.


Saying all that…



I normally launch by myself!!

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Jimbo

Launching a Rib is like making love to a beautiful woman.

As you get older you will find the mature approach works better than youthful exuberance.

You invest in the fuel, like a candle lit dinner.
You make sure your equipment is looking its best and in full working order.
Which is especially important to those of us with slightly older equipment.
Pay particular attention to checking for leaks.

Then you need to make sure she is ready.
The angle of attack needs to be carefully considered, and if your rollers are not lubricated there will be painful squeaks and scratches to your smooth bottom.
Be gentle, and relax is the key, pushing and shoving with all your might will not work unless the ‘Button‘ on the winch has been released.
You will be rewarded with a smooth and satisfying entrance followed closely by the gentle slap slap of waves on the hull.

Of course there comes a point when even the mature Ribber revs up and really gets going.


Saying all that…



I normally launch by myself!!

Nasher.
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Old 25 September 2006, 13:36   #70
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Jimbo

Launching a Rib is like making love to a beautiful woman.

As you get older you will find the mature approach works better than youthful exuberance.

You invest in the fuel, like a candle lit dinner.
You make sure your equipment is looking its best and in full working order.
Which is especially important to those of us with slightly older equipment.
Pay particular attention to checking for leaks.

Then you need to make sure she is ready.
The angle of attack needs to be carefully considered, and if your rollers are not lubricated there will be painful squeaks and scratches to your smooth bottom.
Be gentle, and relax is the key, pushing and shoving with all your might will not work unless the ‘Button‘ on the winch has been released.
You will be rewarded with a smooth and satisfying entrance followed closely by the gentle slap slap of waves on the hull.

Of course there comes a point when even the mature Ribber revs up and really gets going.


Saying all that…



I normally launch by myself!!

Nasher.
ROTFLMAO!!

Fantastic - a few tips there for sure...
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Old 25 September 2006, 14:34   #71
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there was two of us pushing and shoving the weekend before last as she had not been used for some time, things had gone a bit dry and we needed a bit of lube! we got there in the end after a bit of a sweat and then money changed hands so everyone was happy!!!

4plus2 water trialed and tested and gone to a new home

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Jimbo

Launching a Rib is like making love to a beautiful woman.

As you get older you will find the mature approach works better than youthful exuberance.

You invest in the fuel, like a candle lit dinner.
You make sure your equipment is looking its best and in full working order.
Which is especially important to those of us with slightly older equipment.
Pay particular attention to checking for leaks.

Then you need to make sure she is ready.
The angle of attack needs to be carefully considered, and if your rollers are not lubricated there will be painful squeaks and scratches to your smooth bottom.
Be gentle, and relax is the key, pushing and shoving with all your might will not work unless the ‘Button‘ on the winch has been released.
You will be rewarded with a smooth and satisfying entrance followed closely by the gentle slap slap of waves on the hull.

Of course there comes a point when even the mature Ribber revs up and really gets going.


Saying all that…



I normally launch by myself!!

Nasher.
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If I do get the green light I intend to launch from Warsash about 1000 hrs and will wait mid channel for everyone to arrive.
Sorry, forgot to say, will likely launch at Warsash as well for Calshot meet. Tide is lowish but neap, so should be enough to launch.

Nick - looks like we may meet on the Warsash slip (or possibly the M3).
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Woops,
Just caught up with this thread, I seem to have dropped off the list, unless I have suddenly become Ian McConnell?!
I still intend to come along, launching at Lymington, most likely by myself, probably meet you all at Calshot or Cowes.
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Sorry, forgot to say, will likely launch at Warsash as well for Calshot meet. Tide is lowish but neap, so should be enough to launch.

Nick - looks like we may meet on the Warsash slip (or possibly the M3).
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Weather permitting and Selsey Bill being kind to us there will at least 2 RIBS coming from Littlehampton, that will be me with one crew and Steve Green with at least one crew.

We'll meet you all at Hasler.

I've not spoken to Andre yet but I dare say he'll be up for the trip too!!
High time I introduced Seahawk 4
I guess I am in for this as well
I am also sure that Mike C will come along
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Sod it! Found me glasses now and realise it's just me age! Glad to see I'm still 'on'
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If the weather is good then we will be at Calshot, 2 adults plus 2 kids, but not going with the kids in poor weather.
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Old 26 September 2006, 15:07   #78
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I'm definately gonna do this trip but I don't know how accomodating my work is going to be so might have to give the meal in Yarmouth a miss. But would like to meet everyone anyway.

Hopefully I should know my plans by Thursday night.

Mike I'll keep an eye out for you. (Do you live near the Wessex ?)

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We shall be there along with Phil & Andre also Tony & Ricky in there rib,from what i understand meeting at hasler.See you sunday.
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so how many boats are going to be there? I will be attempting to get pics of every body. I good blast about off the needles would be good for the photos
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