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Portisdhead cruiser Siesta Squad



Got back in the Pill today and found our visitors rafted up with various sunshades rigged and all bar one taking a Siesta at ....3.30pm.
Must be Global Warming. Hope they enjoy their planned evening BBQ. More visitors welcome. please phone the harbour master to let us know when you plan to visit. [image]http://[/image]
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16 May 2001
They must have been exhausted after their gruelling passage up from Portishead /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif

Did they all dry out safely?Im allways a bit wary drying out in a raft like that on a mud bottom.

Will definitely try to do a visit to St P. this season.


Well we did suggest the pontoon on the other side that has a gentle slope. I am sure they were ok, The yacht on the pontoon end was fin keeler and mast halyard tied off was advised the rest twin keels so no probs.