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  1. #1
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    Default Attendees

    So far

    Glen Rosa
    Sheerwater of Dee
    Ruff n Tumble
    Moondance
    Lady in Red
    Brendan's bath tub
    Passing Trade
    Two J's
    Tallulah

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    Default Glen Rosa Details

    Glen Rosa Details

    Jim & Bev + 16yo daughter + boyfriend + 2 other daughters(14&10)

    Planning to leave Hythe Thursday PM, to spend Thursday night at Yarmouth then sail to Weymouth on Friday. Sail back on Monday.


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    Default Re: Glen Rosa Details

    Blimey Jim, that's a boatful - and all those hormones too !!

    I was planning a similar route to yourself, but may go via Cherbourg to keep out of your way !!

    Seriously, Moondance will be myself and Karen, and maybe son Jon (18). Possibly room for another couple if anybody is boatless.

    Thursday afternoon,evening - Hythe to Lymington
    Friday night - Weymuff or Poole depending on weather
    Saturday night - Weymuff
    Sunday - back to Lymington, Yarmouth or Hythe depending on weather
    Monday - back to Hythe asap to get home at a reasonable time.

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    Default Re: Attendees

    We aim to be there - boat = About Time - probably 4 of us on board. Jimi, can we provisionally book the berths in advance?

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    Default Re: Attendees

    Good, I'm glad it's coming together.
    Talulah will be
    Brian, Bea, Edward, Pete, Paula, Hannah (10 years old and "some sailor" apparently) maybe more - will advise.
    Still haven't got 2004 tides (help anyone??) so not sure on timing. If favourable west going from Gosport on Friday a.m. would hope to arrive Weymouth in the evening. Will let you know more when sorted.
    Cheers
    Brian
    PS are we going to repeat Cherbourg in October???

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    Default Re: crewing

    Anyone need extra crew? Depart Solent/Portsmouth area?

    Send me a pm for further info

    thanks

    janeK

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    Default Tides - this might help

    Stalbans E-going starts HW Dover 0500 W-going -0020

    Needles E-going starts HW Dover 0530. W-going -0030

    HWs Dover (GMT)

    09th April 0108 6.9 1328 6.7
    10th April 0152 6.7 1415 6.3
    11th April 0244 6.2 1514 5.9
    12th April 0353 5.7 1632 5.5

    7.0 is the biggest tide in that cycle, on 8th April, so easter is just coming off of springs.

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    Default Re: Tides - this might help

    Thanks Ken!!

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    Default Re: Tides - this might help

    Are you planning to come then, Ken? Will Indigo be ready in time?

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    Default Re: Tides - this might help

    Just poss we'll be there but if there's any decent snow left in Europe we'll probably do a bit more skiing. Way it's been falling, Austria looks like it might still be good at Easter.

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