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    Quote Originally Posted by Guapa View Post
    Funny that - he says the same thing about you
    So exactly who's keeping an eye on things?
    Not sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorman View Post
    Not sure
    Senior moment?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guapa View Post
    Senior moment?
    Nah these S/c Nancies cant keep awake can they 60 mls no shipping lanes to cross its a doddle init
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    Quote Originally Posted by iangrant View Post
    Has anyone else any thoughts on this as a passage plan?
    Are you going for the record number of hits to a profile page ?

    Boo2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo2 View Post
    Are you going for the record number of hits to a profile page ?

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    getting crowded in there
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    Smile Irony survives

    On Long sea passages like this it is important to ensure that you are fully victualled, so that in the event of becalming or being blown off course you can survive for at least twice as long as the passage would normally take.

    You do not mention how many crew, but I would hope that you have at least two on deck at any one time, with someone below monitoring the radar, radio, GPS and making little marks on a paper plan thingy every 10 minutes. These should change on a planned basis, every two or three or four hours- as an experienced skipper you will have to make the call. So you will need at least 6 crew. All of these should be Ocean Yachtmasters, with commercial endorsement.

    As captain of this well found ship you should then be able to take to your bed for the entire trip, and awake refreshed as the boat berths in Cherbourg.

    There is another way of doing it that involves a ferry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyP View Post
    On Long sea passages like this it is important to ensure that you are fully victualled, so that in the event of becalming or being blown off course you can survive for at least twice as long as the passage would normally take.

    You do not mention how many crew, but I would hope that you have at least two on deck at any one time, with someone below monitoring the radar, radio, GPS and making little marks on a paper plan thingy every 10 minutes. These should change on a planned basis, every two or three or four hours- as an experienced skipper you will have to make the call. So you will need at least 6 crew. All of these should be Ocean Yachtmasters, with commercial endorsement.

    As captain of this well found ship you should then be able to take to your bed for the entire trip, and awake refreshed as the boat berths in Cherbourg.

    There is another way of doing it that involves a ferry.
    He mentioned Singlehanded that a bit of a clue in there, any Joe can" Do the Ferry"
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorman View Post
    It is only 60 mls whats all the fuss
    Depends if it is uphill or downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pye_End View Post
    Depends if it is uphill or downhill.
    like the tides they average out
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorman View Post
    like the tides they average out
    It wasn't the tides I had in mind - more bashing into a headwind.

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