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Daysail Saturday, Ashlett & Calshot form Warsash.

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Decided to go to Chichester Harbour as the wind was marginally better at Chimet than Bramblemet. A sunny day and nice sailing with F2-3 winds. Saw rooks taking
curlew5878
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19 Nov

daysail Nov 4

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While begging forgiveness for my manifold sins and wickedness's Could this be included - A sailor once hauled in his main So tight it was nearly insane Though
cee.dubs
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18 Nov

Handheld radios VHF - Anyone got any thoughts

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Hi. I have a Standard Horizon hx870e. It has DSC and GPS. It has good battery life and survived several dunks in the wet stuff. Around £200, so not cheap, but
gubby_uk@sky.com
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13 Nov

winter social meet

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Just thought I would say, I'm in Cobnor tonight staying in our motorhome, I havent got a boat with me but it's the first time I have been here. Lovely spot. I
jimbobtom
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11 Nov

Dec 4 daysail report

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Thanks, Chris, I'll look forward to it. As you will know, my email address is on page 2 of the journal. All rally reports seem to be up to date now and placed
Keith Muscott
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11 Nov

Anchor rope

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Cliff said: "Sarah embroidered marks on the line every 10 metres. Cliff (not to be outdone) embroidered the lead line every metre. " Not to be outdone by my
paulh_boats
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5 Nov

Daysail 26 Oct

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Len - in reply to your question about tomorrow, the Met Office forecast says that it will have stopped raining by about 11.00 and the rest of the day will be
Chris Partridge
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3 Nov

Winter daysails

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Thanks very much Joe! Grateful from Guildford From: murphy.joe@btconnect.com [dinghysolent] Sent: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 7:01 PM To:
Len Wingfield
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2 Nov

Dell Quay Rally- 14th Oct

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‘Copperas – ‘green crystals of hydrated ferrous sulphate’ OED. Fe not Cu. Len From: Elizabeth Baker lizbaker_sailing@yahoo.co.uk [dinghysolent] Sent:
Len Wingfield
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23 Oct

Langstone harbour daysail 21st October

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I walked to Eastoke Point today and watched the rough sea. The wind was about F8/9 and made walking difficult; then I saw a rain shower approaching, the clouds
curlew5878
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21 Oct

Re: : Re: : Re: : Re: Re:: Re: : Re: : Re: [dinghysolent]: Saturday

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Enjoyable rally, excellent weather, no problems launching and recovering at Dell Quay, many thanks Cliff. Len From: 'Len Wingfield' len@tillingbourne.plus.com
Len Wingfield
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14 Oct

Rally Reports for the Bulletin

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But those that do have cameras, including yourself, tend to take a lot of photographs of excellent quality. As I’ve said, there’s nothing wrong with the
Keith Muscott
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14 Oct

capsize aftermath

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There are several variations on the scow theme with slightly different hull forms and sails. The nicest and most expensive are the Lymington River, even
jwholness
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9 Oct

Re: : Re: : Re: Re:: Re: : Re: : Re: [dinghysolent]: Saturday 30th F

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Hello Alan,Fond as I am of Fowley Island, the thought of attempting to land against increasing wind and rain, with the very neap tide  also making it
Elizabeth Baker
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29 Sep

Saturday 16 sept daysail

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The Langstone swashway was, I think, just drying towards the Western end with 2m rise of tide. I have walked it at LW and the Western half dries. The channel
curlew5878
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26 Sep
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