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Topic: Sailing Food
Posted By: hydrographer20
Subject: Sailing Food
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 3:38pm

hmm i was just thinking what is the best food to eat before and after sailing random i know but im interested i mean do u eat a little salad or a fat a** curry!? 

 

hmm actually after sailing u dont really eat do u? - u drink!



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Posted By: Harry44981!
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 3:51pm
no you eat- read this issue of Y&Y diet article, should explain everything.

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Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 3:52pm
thanks should really subscribe!!  isnt the subscription like Ģ40 a yer tho?

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Posted By: C. Petrie
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 4:34pm

Before race prep. - bacon rolls lots of brown sauce + tea/coffee

Mid race/between races (if poss) - mars bar

End race - curry; lots off, washed down with a couple of cold frothy beers.

 

 

 



Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 4:38pm
Originally posted by C. Petrie

Before race prep. - bacon rolls lots of brown sauce + tea/coffee

Mid race/between races (if poss) - mars bar

End race - curry; lots off, washed down with a couple of cold frothy beers.

That sounds like a very balanced diet.

I introduced pre sailing bacon sarnies to LSC when I was canteen mgr - they are now our best seller. Always have Mars Bars and if they are lucky they get a curry after sailing.

Hope the new canteen manager keeps up the standards!!!



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Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 4:49pm
that sounds like a full hearted food sounds good.  but if u eat that evertime ur gonna need to read up on the weight management tpoic

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Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 5:35pm
A good breakfast is essential.  If a weekend event you will probably be staying in a B&B so eat as much breakfast as you can to get your money's worth.  During the racing if back to back try bananas, plenty of energy and each one comes in its own waterproof biodegradable wrapper, so you can chuck it over the side without too many complaints.  After racing beer, beer, beer then eat whatever you fancy, but I find that curries, steaks and a good old British roast dinners are best.

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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 5:47pm

Just as well you're not racing tomorrow. We're having fish soup, beef stew and cheesecake . Sunday Lunch at LSC, yummy!!

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Posted By: *GM*
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 6:36pm
Failure to eat a bacon roll before racing is protestable isn't it?


Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 7:05pm

Ooooooooh yes!!!

Bacon sarnies from the Canteen are "de rigueur" in our club!



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Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 26 Feb 05 at 8:09pm
Start feeding up them pigs then because this pig starts at the end of March

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Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 4:07pm
Consider it done BWD - we will be warming up the frying pan very soon. Free bacon sarnies at the work parties

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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 6:22pm
Errrr, have you asked the Canteen Manager yet?? I'm told she a real meanie

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Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 6:22pm
hmm yes bacon or sausage sanwhiches are good especially with ketchup.  u make me want to break  my fruit eatimg lol

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Posted By: Harry44981!
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 6:32pm
i'd say bacon AND sausgae are the best! (and 2 of them) for pre-sailing followed up by a hot chocolate and  chocalte muffin! (very nutricious i kno!)

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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 6:33pm

Come to give us a hand with the work parties at LSC (13th and 20th March) and you get bacon sarnies for free!! You also get the pleasure to meet Contender443, BWD, Raserlarf and plenty others - all very nice people... See you there??   

 



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Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 8:36pm
bacon and sasuage together? that sounds strange

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Posted By: Wave Rider
Date Posted: 01 Mar 05 at 8:42pm
It's lush ................they do it in rolls at my club!

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Posted By: Lucy Lee
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 9:12am

Originally posted by hydrographer20

bacon and sasuage together? that sounds strange

Why not go the whole Hog and throw in some black pudding too?



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Posted By: Adam84
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 10:29am

Bacon, sausage and egg is the perfect breakfast sandwich!



Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 11:10am
Stop it, you guys!! Don't give any ideas to LSC members, they'll be hassling the Canteen manager...  

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Posted By: Yann
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 11:53am
jaffa cakes, jelly babies and malt loaf. yes even for breakfast if it looks breezy.


Posted By: Adam84
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 1:12pm

I agree, that would give you loads of energy and it all tastes good!



Posted By: stuarthop
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 2:34pm
Thats all i ever eat howd you know my diet?

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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 2:53pm
Gives you the energy to post so many words in so little time! You must have Anti anti-spamming devices on your PC!

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Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 3:23pm
mmm jaffa cakes.  they are actually a grear source of energy i believe the england football team eat them before a match

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Posted By: Wave Rider
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 5:35pm

Wow,

 

Il tell my mum that i need loadsa jaffa cakes before sailing !



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Posted By: *GM*
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 6:38pm
I'm sure Jaffa cakes count as fruit when it comes to the "eat five portions a day" edict...


Posted By: Harry44981!
Date Posted: 02 Mar 05 at 6:43pm

Word of warning about Jaffa Cakes:

Pack your tub you put in support boat v.carefully, soggy jaffa cakes mixed with bannana mush and squashed mars bars isn't to everyones taste- I still ate it though



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 12:48pm

Yann on the jelly beans front Haribo are the best, we got told that we had to eat them by our coaches and aparently - dont quote me on this- they are used by some of the olympic sailors.

Harry i'l tell u the worst one my friend left jelly to go soggy in the bottom of her spini bag, it ended up goin mouldy............



Posted By: tgruitt
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 1:59pm

for me it's;

for breakfast: cereal with mug of tea and orange juice, toast and fruit

before racing: pasta salad/bolenegse or potatoes

during racing: nothing becasue else im sick everywhere in the boat

after: lots of guinness and pastys and fish and chips and burgers and curry and chips, then sleep.



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Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 3:36pm
sounds very adventorous what you brits eat before, after and during sailing!
for me itīs before sailing about three cups of coffee, bread and marmelade.
during: mostly water and wine gum and on good days even biscuits.
after: before eating beer, then mostly more biscuits (masses of) and then some pizza.
whatīs jaffa cake?


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 3:44pm

jaffa cakes are sponge cake base with organe jelly layer ontop, very nice but slightly hard to explain.

Yes what we do eat is slightly strange but then again so is having salami for breakfast.



Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 3:50pm
i want some jaffa cake! there is orange jelly on to.......sounds good!
i canīt understand those who eat salami in the morning. but then there is the thing about eating sausages and/or beans for breakfast. are you really doing this??


Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 3:53pm
Jaffa cakes..... don't forget that they are covered in dark yummy chocolate 


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 3:57pm

Yeah especialy good after a night on the town.... lol

Cooked breakfasts are the best things in the world, cant stand cereal.



Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:04pm
canīt believe the cooked breakfast thing.
please stop talking about this cake!!! iīm already jealous of you all!
i want one two!!! dark chocolate and orange jelly....


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:14pm
I think Lidle (spelling???) do a similar thing but with raspberry.. think that was where we got them from.
We'll have to put a care package together and send it to you.... lol


Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:26pm
Yo Spot192....... there is a problem with ' I want one'  you see you can never  ever have just the one   unless you mean one packet of course


Posted By: Doctor Clifford
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:40pm
If you are really going to have a cooked breakfast,
you should go the whole hog. No skimping!

sausage
egg
beans
black pudding
toast
fried bread
potato scone
toasted soda bread
bacon
fried mushrooms
fried tomatoes

mug of tea
toast and marmalade
cereal while you are waiting
Sunday paper

mmmm!!

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Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:41pm
one would be good for now, but i havenīt thought yet of the 30 minutes after eating.... knight mare, great idea! this could be the beginning of a great friendship based on loads and loads of packages of  jaffa cakes!


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:44pm
No no mushrooms they are disgusting..... yeh i cant thin of anything to add to that list,
no wait I can ... soteed potatoes (excuse spelling) and or bubble and squeak. .. lastnites leftovers always good.....


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:45pm
lol,  Where abouts in G are you?


Posted By: sailor.jon
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:47pm

*mouthfull of jaffa cakes*

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:52pm
Oh the endless hours of amusement.....


Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:54pm
iīm in munich home of the oktoberfest.
iīm sorry doctor clifford, but all these things on the list except mug of tea, toast and marmalade, cereal while you are waiting and Sunday paper are absolutley...... i donīt know how to say it with some respect. stop i found the words not very suitable for a breakfast.
are you just drinking tea in the morning? if so, thatīs unimaginable to me. you must be the most tired folks in the world!


Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:55pm
sailor.jon are you eating jaffa cakes at the moment .... that is so not fair!

I would just love a jaffa cake or ten right now!  any one ever eaten a whole packet in one??

Can someone send me a 'virtual'  jaffa cake.  please


Posted By: sailor.jon
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:57pm

headfry, i wish i could, it was a digestive biscuit insted

i'll have to get some tomorrrow, then i'll send u some virtitual ones



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 4:57pm

Lol, nice town.
Nah his breakfast sounds nice but not everyday.....
Tea in the morning definatly, not everybody has to drink coffee in morning, ......
well I kind of banned myself from it as i become dependant on it if i have too much......



Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:17pm
i think iīm addicted to coffe for over 3 years now, i have to admit. iīm drinking tea at the moment. tasty, but canīt replace coffee!
i want a virtually one too please!
got anybody in g you know?


Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:18pm
Thats kind of  you sailor.jon
Was the digestive a .....chocolate one?


Posted By: sailor.jon
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:20pm
rite guys, ive been to the shop n got some jaffa cakes,

Now all you have to do is send me a blank signed check and i'll send u all the virtual jaffa cakes u can eat,

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Posted By: sailor.jon
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:21pm

Headfry - aye it was chocolate



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:22pm
Yeah spot, my sister is there at the moment. Shes in frankfurt. And I have friends there too. Oh thats a point 2 of the are coming over this weekend.... wooooo


Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 5:22pm
thatīs not fair! i have to search for a shop in germany that sells them. does anybody know one?
maybe you knight mare or your sister?


Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 6:58pm

I will ask her next time i talk to her.



Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 10:12pm

Hi Spot,

I've been searching in vain for Jaffa cakes on German websites. In France, they're called Pimm's, maybe it's similar in De.

Hope you'll find some, cos they're SCRUMMY (oops, bang goes my diet )



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Posted By: ianwat2212
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 10:15pm

I can't believe the Germans don't even have a Jaffa cake alternative, they really are missing out, perhaps you can get them off the black market from british smugglers who've spotted a gap in the market.



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 10:22pm
lol, well lidels do a thing which is like a jaffa cake but rapberry flavor. thats about as much as i can get for you at the minute.
But we believe that you do have a Jaffa cake substitute.


Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 03 Mar 05 at 11:49pm

Next thing we know, there will be humanitarian shipments of Jaffa Cakes in the impoverished region of Bavaria... I might even stick it on my list for Red Nose Day!!!

Alternatively, Spot is welcome to come and sail in LSC in the summer. We've got (some) sun, plenty of wind, good bar and good company.
Besides, the Canteen manager makes the solemn promise to stock Jaffa cakes (even the mini ones) every week of the season if Spot comes and visit!!!



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Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 7:42am
Originally posted by Black no sugar

Alternatively, Spot is welcome to come and sail in LSC in the summer. We've got (some) sun, plenty of wind, good bar and good company.
Besides, the Canteen manager makes the solemn promise to stock Jaffa cakes (even the mini ones) every week of the season if Spot comes and visit!!!

There will be at least 2 members holding you to that promise BNS, eh BWD.



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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:28am
Poor Spot will have no choice now! And if it gets to be known by other LSC members, I'll be in trouble!

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Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:40am
Over to the LSC bulletin board now.......

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Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 1:23pm
after this great invitation i donīt have a choice! iīll be there in summer and eat as much jaffa cakes as possible! thanks nightmare and BNS for your searches iīll try to find them now!
ianwatt maybe could you become my very private smuggler! or you know someone, sounded a bit like it.....


Posted By: tgruitt
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 3:20pm

here is a jaffa cake or spot, it's only virtual sorry!

 

 



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Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 3:31pm
cheers tgruitt........
mmm yummy jaffa cake I am.....'virtually' full   and 0 caloriesI


Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 3:58pm
thatīs great tgruitt! now iīve got an idea how they look like!
as more you tell/show me about it i want it!


Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 3:58pm

Whoooahhh tgruitt, that's a masterpiece!! Did you make it yourself? Can you give me the recipe??

It makes me soooooooo hungry now - gotta go shopping!!



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 5:01pm
lol we seem to be starting a revolt in Germany against the lack of Jaffa based snacks....... good for us.


Posted By: headfry
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 5:17pm
Hi BNS,
 
Recipe....I am sure the one off the TV chefs has made a jaffa cake    The guy with the funky spiked up hair, don't see much of him now, I will have a look in my cookery books when I get home. 


Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 5:22pm

Mmmmmm just trying to think what food I don't like,

gooseberries, rhubarb, tinned toms.

No thats it I like everything else I LOVE JAFFA CAKES.



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Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 5:25pm
Kebab for tea tonight.  Large doner with chilli sauce and onions, no salad.  so if you are at the dinghy show  and don't know what I look like you will be able to recognise me from the breath

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Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 6:09pm
i could be wrong, but maybe iīve found something like jaffa cakes! which size do they have?
if it is something like this it would be a miracle to me!


Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 6:48pm
give us the dimensions

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 7:07pm
couple of inches across, circular..


Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:09pm

I meant Spot.  So as we can tell what he has.

 



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Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:12pm

Anyway, wifey came home from the gym and wanted to know what was for tea. Told her I was going to get kebabs but she said no

sausage egg and chips instead.  well at least my breath won't stink too much tomorrow. 



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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:19pm

Thank goodness for that BWD, or I wouldn't have given you a kiss tomorrow!

Gary Rhodes is the TV chef with spiky hair - he's got good recipes, buuuuuuut....

when it comes to variation on a Jaffa Cake, I'm good too! For the December Sunday Lunch at LSC, I made Christmas logs, filled with orange marmalade (plus a few secrets) and covered with extra dark chocolate. It was.....mwaaah.... not bad really!   

LSC Canteen - All recipes available on demand 



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Posted By: Contender443
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:43pm

Kebabs vs sausage egg chips - aren't they as bad as each other. Admittedly one does not make your breath smell bad.

We had fajitas followed up by chocolate donuts - who is on a diet???



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 04 Mar 05 at 9:46pm

Lol i skiped our eve meal as it would have made my breath stink, pearnts ate muscles, far too much grlic for me!!!



Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 05 Mar 05 at 9:31am
rthe diameter is about six cm. even if itīs the wrong one itīs covered with chocolate and it tastes very good!
iīm very pruod of me! had no evening meal and went swimming for one hour!


Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 05 Mar 05 at 10:45am

missing a meal isnt actually good, cause you;; get som hungry youll find your hand in a bag of super size crisps or a huge br of chocolate, but swimming is gd



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Posted By: tgruitt
Date Posted: 05 Mar 05 at 8:07pm

Spot here is a rotating jaffa cake, it's roughly the size of a jaffa cake, maybe a bit smaler. I found it in a 'digital bakery'

 



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Posted By: Black no sugar
Date Posted: 05 Mar 05 at 9:47pm

On the way back from the Dinghy Show, stop at a petrol station, saw a big pack of  Jaffa Cakes, coudn't resist...  Yummy!

I'll go back to the diet on Monday



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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 2:54am

Hey well done spot, found somethign at last.



Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 10:15am
I had a Jaffa Cake on the Y&Y stand yesterday.

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Posted By: bigwavedave
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 10:25am
I had a beer on the Finn stand

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Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 11:37am
iīm so proud!!i think i found it!!! in germany itīs called "soft cake"
tastes very very good! so germany isnīt as bad as iīve thought. now my diet is gone......


Posted By: Rob.e
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 2:44pm
Originally posted by bigwavedave

I meant Spot.  So as we can tell what he has.

 

Unless I'm very confused, I think "He" is a "She".



Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 3:27pm
i really wanted to go to the dinghy show- but coudnt had to spend the whole day fiddling trying to rig and de-rig a hobie 16 and when your as short as me its really tricky.  a real pain in the a**

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Posted By: lasergurl
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 5:45pm
What did everyone think of the Dinghy show?


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Posted By: sailor.jon
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 6:45pm
i didn't go  lol, living up ere in the north aint good when all the sailing orintated stuff seems to be in the south,

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 8:17pm
You say that jon we did have quite a few people from liverpool come down


Posted By: lasergurl
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 8:37pm
Some people came from cardiff too

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 06 Mar 05 at 8:45pm
Yeouch I didnt know that one. Oh i did see one of the belgian coaches there tho and there were definalty people from abroad.


Posted By: Spot192
Date Posted: 07 Mar 05 at 1:14pm
please tell me a bit of the dinghy show. planned to go there but at least i had no time


Posted By: TheSeaFalcon
Date Posted: 07 Mar 05 at 4:57pm

I couldn't go either , but shan't feel sorry for myself!!! I was doing some shopping!!!!! I'd love to hear about it too...did anybody buy anything???

Last year my m8 came away after buying a brand new boat...

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 07 Mar 05 at 6:06pm

lol i rememebr doin that at soton show, tho it was slightlty bigger and more expensive. N ok so my dad bought it, i just remeber him telling my mum.



Posted By: hydrographer20
Date Posted: 07 Mar 05 at 6:18pm
i know every year when i go the soton show someone allwat=ys buys or nreraly buys a big boat,  thats why i love it, the power of convincing can be immense sometimes maye this year ill win him over

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Posted By: KnightMare
Date Posted: 07 Mar 05 at 6:44pm
Lol im so annoyed that I cant go soton this year. its the best.



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