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5andy
02-02-2017, 07:03
We have a ferry booked Dieppe to Newhaven on Saturday 4th, 7am sailing. It looks like 40 mph plus gales on Friday night. If the Friday afternoon ferry is cancelled does anyone know how that is likely to affect the Saturday morning ferry? (I don't really need to get back until Sunday morning.) Will they just stack everyone up until they can take us? Anything clever I can do to make life easier leading up to Saturday would be gratefully received.
Sandy

MollsPhot
02-02-2017, 09:32
I would think they will have plenty of space at this time of year.

5andy
02-02-2017, 11:07
I would think they will have plenty of space at this time of year.

Thanks MollsPhot, that would be dandy if that was the case. I tried to get into your blog but access was denied, you've obviously heard all about me!
Thanks for your response.
Sandy

chrismilo
02-02-2017, 14:16
They only have 2 ships one each way Severn sisters and Côte d’Albâtre
They are not often full in the winter though Saturdays and half term though could be

The laird
02-02-2017, 14:19
They only have 2 ships one each way Severn sisters and Côte d’Albâtre
They are not often full in the winter though Saturdays and half term though could be

Still don't think this will pose a prob

5andy
02-02-2017, 15:07
Fingers crossed Gordon.

The laird
02-02-2017, 15:26
Yeah I think you should be sound sandy,nice place to sit in a cafe on he pavement and watch the world go by.
How is the weather so far?
I'm heading for sec tomorrow then shooting to Brampton to collect my sons t cab scania 50476
This is his toy for the truck shows .he has just had some chrome bars fitted ,spent thousands on it.What a beutiful tone out the engine it's got stacks and a changeover for side pipes.big boys toys.
Anyway than I may be going to aboyne on sat/sun back Monday .
Safe sailing to you both

5andy
02-02-2017, 16:51
Thanks Gordon looks fab. You going to Aboyne with the Hymer? Normally I would say let's meet up, Aboyne only about 40 mins away. Weather pretty wet but can't complain arrived at Chateaudun and it stopped long enough to have a decent walk around this interesting village. It has stopped a Iain now to give us safe passage to the nearest bar. Oh Joy.


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