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graham_737 Posted: 24-Sep-07 21:09
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Just thought i'd start a fresh topic so that we don't get sidetracked by the lovely buzz sailors discussing which wine to have with their meal on the saturday evening.

1185 will be there. Hopefully we can get a good turnout?

Graham
 
Bob Ladell Posted: 24-Sep-07 21:43
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1157 ready to show off our transom

A nice bottle of Pride would do nicely ............. or two or three

 
Stu B Posted: 25-Sep-07 00:21
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Graham,

The wine discussion, which i certainly feel is important, is also aimed at the Iso class as well if anyone is interested, but if you are interested please say so on the other thread rather than this one!!

Stuart.
BUZZ 763.
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 25-Sep-07 13:19
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A nice bottle of red will be fine for us thanks Stu. Two seats at the table required also.

Oops - that was for the other thread. I'm not coming to the event but I'll come up for the meal!


Yeah right!!!

1013 will be there to put right the wrongs of the nationals result!
 
Ian Moss Posted: 25-Sep-07 16:31
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Best take the right crew with you then Pete?

I certainly plan to be there. Haven't got a crew yet though. Wonder when Tim will be back? all is forgiven, wherever you are?

ISO 1207
Wet & Windy
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 25-Sep-07 23:37
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Does that mean Adam will be helming then Pete?
 
rob Posted: 26-Sep-07 10:00
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Hi All long time no see. Barry and i are planning to be at the inlands. I hope you are all ready for the return of 1022, La rochelle feels like a long time ago.

Rob and Barry

P,S No wine for us we have given up drinking!
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 26-Sep-07 12:31
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My wife (the Buzz national crew) will be crewing for me so best get that trophy engraved for us!

 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 01-Oct-07 11:07
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So thats five people who have commited themselves on this thread to coming. I hope there are going to be a lot more! We must start persuading all those maybees right away or we will have to send the heavies in!
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 01-Oct-07 14:36
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Boats I know of who should put some effort in for this event are:

1 Bewl boat - 1195
2 Datchet Boats - 949, 641
2 Calshot Boats - 511, 1002
1 King George - 1205
3 Emsworth Slipper - 815, 553, 1137
2 Essex YC - 1184, 1178
1 Thorney Island - 623
1 Bartley Green - 1024
1 Langstone - 1190


That's 19 total so far I can think of. How about a letter / email to our publicity officer Jim:


Dear Jim,
please can you fix it for us to get boats to attend Bewl. We know it isn't too much to go to the google map:
http://www.isoracing.org.uk/db/sailingdb/index.php?_m=_default&_a=goo
gle&rgn_id=6

and email all the ISO's and Buzz's around the bewl water area, to give them a kick up the proverbial!
It would be great if you could also email yourself to see if you are going to attend or not.

Thanks again Mr Fix it.

Pete Lindley
Aged 31 years 9 months



[Edited by Pete Lindley on 01-Oct-07 14:44]
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 01-Oct-07 16:40
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Well done Pete! I think 1184 and 1178 will be there and possibly 1197.
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 01-Oct-07 20:59
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The above is a list of boats I would expect to turn up - not the ones that ARE turning up.
 
david and andrew 949 Posted: 02-Oct-07 14:26
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949 sends his regrets as his helm is still having shoulder problems - should be cleared up in a year's time!
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 02-Oct-07 19:33
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Here is some encouragement to anyone in two minds. I have procured ten nice Hyde tee shirts to be given away.
 
neilgbj Posted: 02-Oct-07 19:39
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Apologies from Neil and Ben (603)....we have been out of the loop ever since Felixstowe mainly due to Bens sailing committments and the weekend of the inlands when we were hoping to come and play I now have to work....we are gearing up for next season and hope to get along to as many events as possible (we are still enjoying the boat !). Hope the inalnds go well
 
Dave 1002 Posted: 04-Oct-07 17:34
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I had planed to go to Bewl, but we are at a wedding that week end so will have to miss it.
If any one wants to sail with us at Calshot in our autumn and winter series then let me know.
Rob & Barry are comming as well as Colin.
Dave
 
Colin Snook Posted: 04-Oct-07 18:35
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Sorry, I was planning on being there but now I am going to be in Rome for the weekend.
Colin
(As Dave says, 1190 is moving to Calshot. I seem to be gradually migrating West.)
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 07-Oct-07 10:13
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There are ISO Class Inland Championship t-shirts available to purchase. £10 each or free to the winners of the event.
details and pics on the homepage of the ISO website.
www.isoracing.org.uk

See - Jim does fix it for us!

Nice one Jim & Bruce.

Pete
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 09-Oct-07 13:08
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Is there anyone out there who would normaly be coming to the inlands who can't make it? Charles Devonport of Hyde sails would like to borrow a boat. I gather the W&W boat is already going? Any ideas?
 
rob Posted: 09-Oct-07 16:39
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Hi Llyod

How about one of the second hand boats that Wet and Windy have on their web site.

I don't want to be to negative but i was expecting a bit more of an advertising push from wet and windy what with the new boat and all. I would have thought that borrowing a second hand boat is a good start to promotion.

See you all at Bewl

Rob
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 10-Oct-07 09:28
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Hi Rob
I agree with you. It would be good for the class if someone from Hydes came along as they may be inclined to help with PR as it is in their interest as well as W&W. I have e-mailed W&W to this affect. What worries me is scince this thread started there are more responses saying people are not coming than people saying they are!!!
 
smileyrich Posted: 12-Oct-07 09:10
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We are hoping to make the long trip down from Lancashire, asuuming the pass gets signed etc. Is there still camping available and would be happy with the club or elsewhere for food if thats the general consensus as long as its stumbling distance.

Rich and Jon
ISO 760
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 12-Oct-07 11:45
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I'm happy with the club food too Colin.
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 12-Oct-07 12:46
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Hi Rob
I spoke to W&W about the ISOs on their web site and they said they don't have any second hand ISOs??? Seems their site is a bit out of date.
 
ratface Posted: 12-Oct-07 13:16
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anyone need a crew? i would happily do it... or helm for that matter
 
rob Posted: 13-Oct-07 17:34
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Hi Lloyd

Thatís interesting I wonder who they sold them to. And if they are going to do much racing.

Just a thought but maybe they could have a refurbished boat with new sails at the boat show if it was at a really good price they might drum up a bit more interest in the class after all value for money is one of our strong points.

On another note i think you should stop looking for a B&B and just have an evening on the broadside and a night in the car.

See you soon.

Rob

P.S. have you seen tacticat lately its got a bit advanced.
 
ratface Posted: 13-Oct-07 17:57
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right,

looks like im going to be crewing for Ian Moss...

one problem, im too young to drive. and parents are going away that wkend so i hav a slight problem.

is anyone in the Hertfordshire area going? (i live outside Watford)
OR
is anyone going to be traveling through Hertfordshire that could pick me up on route?
can pay you a little bit for fuel aswell

Many Thanks
James Barton
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 13-Oct-07 18:01
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Ian if ratface can't get to Bewl I have a crew lined up for you who can come with us.
 
ratface Posted: 13-Oct-07 21:41
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lift now sorted,

look forward to seeing you guys there

James

[Edited by ratface on 16-Oct-07 19:22]
 
Matt Lewis Posted: 19-Oct-07 21:17
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hate to burst your bubble pete, possible 0 boats from slipper, not sure though. 553 will definatly be missing out on this one

do my eyes deceive me or has rob said that he and barry have given up drinking? surely not
 
ratface Posted: 25-Oct-07 20:47
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where are the results/ photos?

Edit : Found them but not any photo's

[Edited by ratface on 25-Oct-07 20:54]
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 25-Oct-07 22:06
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And there was me thinking the ISO website was easy to navigate!

Use the nav bar - if you have Javascript enabled - if not let me know and I'll have to create an alternative navbar for non Javaswcript users.

Direct link to 2007 Inlands:
http://www.isoracing.org.uk/events_results/results/2007/2007_inlands_
bewl.htm




Pete



[Edited by Pete Lindley on 25-Oct-07 22:07]
 
Lloyd Walker Posted: 26-Oct-07 09:04
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Just one thing missing! Any chance of a report? dont we need the publicity?
 
Pete Lindley Posted: 26-Oct-07 10:26
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Emailed to me @ 22:55 - aqfter I had gone to work and you lot were all in bed anyway. Now on the website.
 
Jim ISO 511 Posted: 26-Oct-07 11:11
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I sent the report (+ photo of your happy smiling faces) in to Y & Y and DSM mags this morning.
 
Jim ISO 511 Posted: 26-Oct-07 11:15
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And it's just popped up on the Y & Y website.

They've still got our old pink logo so I'll try to rectify that before next time...

Jim.
 
rob Posted: 26-Oct-07 22:03
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Some of us have jobs which don't allow us to sit in front of a PC or sharpen pencils. I dont think 4 days is a long wait for a report.
 
SpellerMike Posted: 27-Oct-07 06:38
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Sharp pencils - I would hope not - I think most are only allowed crayons!!
 

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