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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by zoidberg View Post
    I've always found it difficult to get my poor tired old feet past The Chain Locker.....
    The Sunday lunch is also very good as well.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Thanks to everyone for the info, especially the drifts towards alcohol 😉🍺

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    The Chain Locker is a gem, one simply cannot stroll past - more like a museum / entertainment than just a pub, should be listed as a waypoint on charts
    Anderson 22 Owners Association - For info please ask here or PM me.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by Seajet View Post
    The Chain Locker is a gem, one simply cannot stroll past - more like a museum / entertainment than just a pub, should be listed as a waypoint on charts
    When were you last there? Itís been done up recently and, whilst still being a good pub, is no longer a great pub. All imho. The Front, also on the quay, has a much better selection of beers.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by chriss999 View Post
    And at Port Pendenis marina ...
    Long walk though but was always my preferred place to moor up in Falmouth.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by longjohnsilver View Post
    When were you last there? Itís been done up recently and, whilst still being a good pub, is no longer a great pub. All imho. The Front, also on the quay, has a much better selection of beers.
    Last summer - yes it has changed a bit but still great in my view, it has memories of great chums - not all of whom are with us now on this sea level.

    I hope to be there and raise a glass to them soon.
    Anderson 22 Owners Association - For info please ask here or PM me.

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by Fr J Hackett View Post
    Long walk though but was always my preferred place to moor up in Falmouth.
    And ours. Left there 12 days ago. The friendliest marina weíve ever visited and always plenty of activity to keep you interested, especially when any super yachts are berthed there.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Very friendly and helpful staff at Port P.

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by longjohnsilver View Post
    When were you last there? It’s been done up recently and, whilst still being a good pub, is no longer a great pub. All imho. The Front, also on the quay, has a much better selection of beers.
    I was there in June this year.

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Practicalities in Falmouth area

    Quote Originally Posted by Boathook View Post
    The Sunday lunch is also very good as well.
    I beg to differ on that one. The best Sunday lunch is at the RCYC thatís if you want a proper lunch.

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