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Old 05-08-2011, 11:00
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Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 1500 to 1730 round the bay looks good 22per adult 11per child will give it a go if wind stays down don't do sea sick
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Old 05-08-2011, 20:20
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Where does this sail from Pips, and who is it with? It sounds good.

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It goes from Stay it's the glass bottom boat lovely trip great views.
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Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 1500 to 1730 round the bay looks good 22per adult 11per child will give it a go if wind stays down don't do sea sick
Just a warning and from experience don't try and look through the glass bottom when boat is moving, it makes you very queesy. The trip is excellent, especially if they moor up for swimming, lovely to swim in the deep clear water, go prepared, take your cozzy.
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We tried this trip years ago, unfortunately it wasn't very good weather very windy so spent 2 rather boring hours being tossed about watching people throwing up off the back of the boat with no glass bottom viewing, only good thing was it didnt rain.
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