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Old 30-07-2019, 04:55   #1
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Greetings from UK

Hello, just joined CF. I'm a senior citizen living in the New Forest near Southampton England. My boat is a Moody 33 MkII named Cornelian and I'm a member of the Moody Owners Association and also of the Eling Sailing Club situated in the estuary of the River Test a couple of miles NW of Southampton docks and a 20 minute bike ride from home. Already reading a lot of CF stuff and looking forward to making (hopefully useful) contributions.
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Old 30-07-2019, 05:07   #2
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Graham,

Welcome to CF

Eling is on the cards at some point as we can dry out.

For those who are wondering what we are wittering on about, Eiling is a charming little back water with a drying harbour, lots of sticky mud, a toll road and quaint mill.

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Hi Pete
Visitors always welcome at ESC, also pint of bitter at 2 must be cheapest on South coast!
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Graham.
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Great pic Pete! I'm too big to moor in the basin illustrated so I'm on one of the club's deep water moorings a 10 minute dinghy ride out in Southampton Water.
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