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  1. Next sailing date Saturday 23rd January. Also sailing Sunday 24th January.
  2. Next sailing date Sunday 20th December.
  3. Hi. Thanks for your reply. Can you please send me your email address and mobile number and I will send you more information. iangabriel1968@gmail.com 027 457 8220 Thanks Ian.
  4. Next trip Saturday 19th December. Also sailing Sunday 20th December.
  5. Next trip Saturday 12th December. Also sailing Sunday 13th December.
  6. Heading out for a day sail this coming Saturday 5th December. Also sailing Sunday 6th December if anyone is keen.
  7. Heading out for a day sail this Saturday 28th November. This may turn into a weekend overnight if anyone is keen.
  8. Heading out for a day sail this Saturday 21st November. Also sailing Sunday 22nd November.
  9. Heading out for an overnight this Saturday 14th November. Returning Sunday 15th November. We have 3 on board & have room for 1 more.
  10. Heading out for a day sail this Saturday 31st. Also going out Sunday 1st Nov.
  11. Heading out this Labour Weekend subject to weather of course. Have room for one couple & one single or two singles. If interested please contact me at iangabriel1968@gmail.com. Thanks Ian.
  12. Next trip Saturday 17th October. Also going out Sunday 18th October.
  13. Next trip Saturday Saturday 3rd October. Also going out Sunday 4th October.
  14. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/boats-marine/dinghies-rowboats/inflatable/listing/2724289834?bof=cVdKl2DC&fbclid=IwAR34jSKYvAKuNBSZ79m9tRHRxzQWbI9pSdbTkpw6mU4ZD8hiTlR9eC_9BHI
  15. Hi all I have a 26 foot keeler moored at Little Bucklands Beach in Auckland. I enjoy weekend cruising either day sails or overnight. If anyone is interested in coming along as crew, please get in touch. Please drop me an email if you are interested or finding out more. iangabriel1968@gmail.com Thanks Ian.
  16. Hi I would be interested in this stove if/when you decide to sell. Thanks very much. My details are: Ian Gabriel iangabriel1968@gmail.com 027 457 8220
  17. I'm hauling out over the next few days so my apologies if I don't reply to any comments for a few days.
  18. Thanks NZ Tiger. Would be interested to hear what you find out.
  19. Thanks kiwi_jon Talking to boat owners with the same issue at the weekend it would appear that this issue may all be due to the marina extension. The mooring area appears to be being pushed out to allow for the extension & then the outlying moorings being "chopped" off
  20. That's interesting. My mooring was surveyed 12 months ago & was given a 3 year survey.
  21. Thanks Island Time. You are right on the money.
  22. Sorry having trouble putting a pointer on your map. Maybe I can't actually do it. If you look at the boat in the top of the picture then move to the one to the left of it. Go straight down from that one. (quite a big gap) I am the boat straight down & fractionally right from that.
  23. I was out at the boat today. There is a line of moorings which are the closest to the channel & I am in that line. All the moorings seem to be jammed in there so the next row in in my opinion are about as close as they can be to mine to give swinging room. What is interesting though is the mooring that is I think 2 rows in from mine but the closest to the ramp has been told that he is 7 metres outside the mooring area so has to move to Big Bucks or up to Pakuranga while I am apparantly 39 metres outside the mooring area.
  24. Thanks for your comment Frank. Mine is a Cavalier 26. Without digging out the paperwork to check I know that there are 3 train wheels on the seabed with 3 different weights of chain before the connection to the main mooring rope. I have had this boat on the mooring for over 2 years & the previous owner used the same mooring with the same boat for an unknown time before that. He was renting the mooring before I bought the boat from a guy who previously had a Farr 1020 on it & I understand that the mooring was configured for that boat. So the short answer is no my boat is shorter and lig
  25. Thanks dutyfree and I totally agree. The problem is that all the boats around me seem very close. Maybe more moorings have been squeezed in over the years. I reckon if my mooring was moved 5 or 10 metres further in there would probably be a collision as the boats swung. But yeah there was a site there & now there is not so why is that my fault & if I have to move then why should I pay for it! Thanks Greg for your comments. Yes totally agree that as owner I am responsible for costs at survey time. When I purchased the mooring it was nearly out of survey but had it resurveyed about a
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