Poole this weekend (19th?)

What Nomadic events are coming up. Also, if anyone's planning a non-Nomadically-arranged trip and/or looking for others to join in.

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Poole this weekend (19th?)

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Despite a very tempted forecast elsewhere in the country :(. Neroli and I are going to head off in search of sun, wind and flat water in Poole Harbour.

Will confirm closer to the time, but anyone else interested?
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Post by Al Donald »

I hope you find what you're looking for! I think it's going to be WSM on the early tide for me. Very early, HT 0915 :shock: . I have to return a sail and fin to WW later too. Have a good sail.
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Poole ? errrrrr no thanks
its sw20mph and a 3pm low tide on the sunny side of the bridge !

what more could you ask for , the outgoing tide early for the blasters ,
and a rougher bump and jump later in aft 8) .......
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Post by Adrian »

Kelvin,

Will you be going to the Knapp?

I hope to come over if fit but spend all day yesterday in hospital so need a rapid improvement over next 24 hrs but think I should make it. Afternoon tide is therefore attractive.

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Post by kelvin »

yes will catch the low water incoming at Knap .

depending on how windy earlier prob be there all day .

know some of you bristol boys have a knap hangover with bad exp of current on incoming tide , so recomend hit the water about 2pm and rig something that gets you well powered , maxed out on the outside is idea , as soon as tide turns it will feel half metre smaller . If your just about getting going before tide turns you.ll suddenly find yourself slogging when its pushing in .
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Post by Phil »

If I dont make the morning Weston tide (lie in) I may go to Poole. Keep me posted Ian
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Post by Adrian »

Thanks Kelvin,

if i make it I will try and find you - will probaly be in a silver transit.

regards

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Post by Neroli »

Our plan is to get to Hanworthy early, as we need to leave by 1pm.

Maybe we will see some other nomads...
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Post by Matt »

WSM or even the Knap more likely for me. I'll have to do a risk assessment.
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Post by MartinF »

I'm heading for WSM in the morning. I believe Nigel plans to be there too.
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