jokaboat wrote:Ok I'll take you Gaz if dbp will take bb. As I said I can take an extra one out to meet dbp if it helps.. I'm happy at 25 knots or less. No rush for Sun. Depends on how crew feel but I'd like to make a full day of it. We could do a late afternoon run back with a final pub meal on the hamble to end the weekend? Or Yarmouth. I might take the monday off anyway. If it helps I can accommodate a couple on the Friday to make an early start on the Sat easier.
Channel Ribs wrote:The campsite is a fair walk (1.5M) from the harbour, but we will be on hand if you want to bundle your gear into our truck and then take an unfettered stroll.
There is also an anchorage and beach next to the campsite, very handy for unloading the boat.
The best value hotel adjacent to the harbour is The Harbour Lights, I will post a link and contact details shortly. There are also a couple of B&Bs.
Edit: http://www.harbourlightsalderney.com call Stephen on 07781 135 616 (mention Alderney Marine, if you get chance)
Cap'n Jack wrote:I'm thinking for purely selfish reasons that a B&B or Hotel is my preference after a day on the water.
However, it does take away the camararderie of being all together sharing the thrills and spills of the day, getting pi**ed........um I mean having some tea together....
I have a for man Litchfield family tent which is about 30 yrs old but has hardly been used, which would work and I think hardly used is the clue here.
Although a bunch of blokes together roughing it and singing ging gang gooly gooly gooly watcha round a camp fire ought to be what we should be doing, even if it's without the singing.
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