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So, who's all going on CC2010, which boats and...

Postby Telo » Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:48 pm

... who needs berths?

Shard should be in service by then, complete with serviceable forward hatch; don't yet know about intentions of offspring, but we may be able to take one or two.

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Postby Nick » Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:27 pm

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Postby Shuggy » Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:54 pm

The (new) (old) good ship Shuggy V should be there. No spare berths, I'm afraid, but probably some drams on board. Slightly depends on work but I'm feeling optimistic that I can do better than a 2 minute visit to the fleet in Oban this year.
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Postby MrMcP » Fri Feb 12, 2010 1:00 am

Ogun should be there, 3 spare berths, if the missing bottles of malt from last year can be found then we're virtually a floating distillery....

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Re: So, who's all going on CC2010, which boats and...

Postby Mark » Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:31 am

Shard wrote:... who needs berths?

Shard should be in service by then, complete with serviceable forward hatch; don't yet know about intentions of offspring, but we may be able to take one or two.


I'm must be missing something obvious but, what's the date of CC2010?

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Postby Telo » Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:23 pm

Good point. Unless it's been changed by the powers that be, it should be over the May Day weekend from Friday 30th April to Monday 3rd May. Some of us are usually fortunate in being able to take a few days either side, which is kind of nice. :)

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Postby Pete Cooper » Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:15 pm

Shard wrote:Unless it's been changed by the powers that be, it should be over the May Day weekend from Friday 30th April to Monday 3rd May.


That's the dates I thought it was - I am planning on being ensconced in the unsurpassed luxury of Silkie. My pal from Sheffield whom some of you have met is hoping to be crewing with DaveS, although he is probably looking for a berth for the Thursday night - I believe Dave is at Craobh and won't join the cruise until Friday - so - any offers for the Thursday night?

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Postby Telo » Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:49 pm

Pete - sure we can work something out. We usually start on the Thursday PM, and should be OK for space. Will confirm and check details closer to the date - OK?

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Postby Silkie » Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:31 am

Silkie will also be there (touch wood) and although she may be slighty over-booked at present, at least 3/4 of her proposed crew will drop out before we sail and she'll probably be single-handed as usual.
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Postby Pete Cooper » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:44 am

Silkie wrote:Silkie will also be there and at least 3/4 of her proposed crew will drop out before we sail and she'll probably be single-handed as usual.


I will be there - I expect my cabin to be well aired, my duvet turned down and a mint on my pillow. I also quite like the end of the toilet paper folded into a sort of pointy shape.
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Postby Pete Cooper » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:49 am

Shard wrote:Pete - sure we can work something out. We usually start on the Thursday PM, and should be OK for space. Will confirm and check details closer to the date - OK?


Donald thanks very much - that's ideal. I am not sure when Pete is travelling - he might already be up here as he is also attending the Scuttlebutt Cruise the weekend before, but my plans are to drive up after work on Thursday - the latest I will finish is 16:00 in Dumbarton(realistically I will take the afternoon off - the joys of flexi)but I will probably be collecting FullCircle from GLA.
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Re: So, who's all going on CC2010, which boats and...

Postby DaveS » Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:12 pm

Well, with my foresail furler bracket now re-welded, and the warmer weather hopefully allowing a bit more progress with the fibreglassing later this week, Avilion's presence is looking more hopeful.

As Pete says, I do have a slight problem in that I am (yet again) in London on the Thursday afternoon. No flight booked yet, but I can't see me getting into GLA before 2000 at the earliest, 2100 more likely, so a Craobh arrival at 2200 or 2300. So I'm potentially able to supply berth(s) that night, but it might mean hanging about for a while. I think the pub shuts at midnight...
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Re: So, who's all going on CC2010, which boats and...

Postby Silkie » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:11 pm

Pete Cooper wrote:I will be there - I expect my cabin to be well aired, my duvet turned down and a mint on my pillow. I also quite like the end of the toilet paper folded into a sort of pointy shape.

The cabin is always well airy, your duvet will certainly be turned down should you be foolish enough to bring one and while we are more into mint juleps than mints at bedtime, I'm quite sure a packet of Polos could be arranged. However, we usually only fold the toilet paper after it has been used.

I presume you're still OK for the scrubbing and anti-fouling weekend at the end of March?
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Postby Silkie » Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:32 pm

Anyone heard anything from the Laird's party yet?
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Re: So, who's all going on CC2010, which boats and...

Postby Silkie » Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:03 pm

And why hasn't FullCircle checked in yet?
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