Event: Early May Junket Lymington UK

  • 18 Feb 2014 08:24
    Message # 1500303
    Anonymous
    To coincide with the 3rd May AGM, the Committee hopes that members with their own within-range junk-rigged boats will arrive by sea. We hope to arrange convenient pontoon berths, and of course some weekend sailing.

    More details later, but please post below if you are interested.

    [Webteam note: Please see next-but-one post for details of how to book a berth.]
    Last modified: 08 Apr 2014 12:51 | Anonymous member
  • 30 Mar 2014 17:15
    Reply # 1527909 on 1500303
    I plan to have my recently acquired Coromandel launched and make it to the junket, and no doubt be told that I have her set up all wrong. I'll look forward to it!
  • 08 Apr 2014 12:49
    Reply # 1533657 on 1500303
    Excellent, Richard. That's good news; thanks for letting us know.

    RLYC member Anthony Cook says, "Anyone arriving by sea and requiring a mooring is advised to contact the Harbour Office (01590 672014) for a berth on the Dan Bran pontoon, which adjoins the club."
  • 08 Apr 2014 13:45
    Reply # 1533687 on 1500303
    Steve and I are planning to bring Alanouwoly over to Lymington in time for the AGM.  I shall certainly be around for the weekend so hope to go sailing with anyone who fancies a trip out; am not absolutely sure whether Steve can stay for long so may need a crew!
  • 06 May 2014 14:53
    Reply # 1549251 on 1500303
    My photos from the Junket are available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/rptb1/sets/72157644587225813/  (and permission is hereby given for the JRA to reproduce any of these.)

    Enjoy!
  • 07 May 2014 07:37
    Reply # 1549740 on 1500303
    Some great photos there.  Many thanks for going to the trouble to make them accessible to the rest of us.
  • 07 May 2014 15:58
    Reply # 1549877 on 1500303
    No trouble at all.  There'll be a few more when I retrieve them from my Mum's camera.
  • 10 May 2014 20:04
    Reply # 1551406 on 1533687
    Sally Peake wrote:Steve and I are planning to bring Alanouwoly over to Lymington in time for the AGM.  I shall certainly be around for the weekend so hope to go sailing with anyone who fancies a trip out; am not absolutely sure whether Steve can stay for long so may need a crew!
    Just to say 'Thank you' to Lynda and David Chidell for enabling me to bring Alanouwoly to the AGM last weekend by offering to crew and also to Chris Gallienne and Roy Denton for crewing for me on Sunday and, last but not least, to Richard Brooksby for taking such lovely photos of my first 'command'!!
       " ...there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in junk-rigged boats" 
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