Alternative promotions have always sorted out good ferry deals for loads of us, guess what I don't have the number to hand! As for hotel deals....wait for it get a van of course, there are however, rumours that some people are intending to bring proper motorhomes, with fridges and beds and all manner of totally unecessary gimmicks! Anybody knows that true international atheletes only need 2 shelves in a van, one for the crew and one for the beer!
For those fortunate enough not to have seen it, the camp is established at each worlds and usually consists of two vans and a Citroen Picasso plus on one occasion a VW camper. Vehicles are corralled into a neat(ish) square and a tarpaulin placed above the hole in the middle.
Really missed it last year when we had to stay in a hotel.
Just spoke to Alternative promotions. All ferry company's this year run an airline booking system, so the closers it get to the crossing date the prices go up (now theres a shocker). There is also a direct Plymouth to Rostock sailing if anyone wants it? but a day sailing as a night crossing you will have to have a cabin.
GENTLEMEN, YOU ARE ALL IN A LINE OF ELITE MEN, GREAT MEN, WHO HAVE DEFENDED THE WORLD'S MOST ENDURING SPORTING RECORD. IT'S AN HONOUR TO KNOW YOU; IT'S AN HONOUR TO SAIL WITH YOU.
Who's Mk2 killer crew I wonder? Anyway Pappa Piere and self are booked in and the good news is that we are on the same ferry (Hull not Plymouth you big numpty!) as mr Don so Mr Don bring your beer goggles and tell Mr Lyons to bring plenty of Euros caus the Gill is back and he takes some satisfying I can tell you (missis!!!)
johnonkeowee: Hi, I am purchasing a 1967 Tempest this Saturday. Am looking forward to learning how to race it. Own a Catalina 22 now for 6 years. Know very little about it except that there will be 5 in our club including mine. John
Aug 4, 2016 1:38:08 GMT
grahamt: anyone out there?
Jul 1, 2018 20:34:59 GMT