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    Posted: 16†September†2010 at 10:03pm
hi all,
looking to move my boat from gt yarmouth in norfolk to eastern solent area, the boat is on a trailer so i'am looking for a place to store and launch it, really need to be able to launch at any state of tide, just wondered if anyone could recommend somewhere,
 
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try southsea angling or the eastney cruising association
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Norfolk was my neck of the woods once.
 
Gosport and District Angling Club (http://www.gosportdac.org.uk/) has boat storage and is located next to the slip way in Stokes Bay.  Membership is £50 a year and Boat Storage is £200.  Slipway is free and parking is £3.60? per day.  Slipway is good for all states of the tide less Spring lows.  It is exposed to a SW wind.
 
Gosport can be a pain to get to so viability of this depends on where you are located.
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havent found anywhere as yet, trouble is my boat is 23' and most places say its to big to launch from their yard, eastney havent got any spaces at minute, has anyone else got any ideas,
 
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Calshot is good and will take a boat your size. Contact the activity center. They did have spaces last time I asked.
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ever thought of putting it  on a mooring in langstone harbour
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Hi, this is my first post on this site,so here goes.... Have you thought about Trafelgar Whalf in Porchester.It has massive amounts of space for you pride and joy. You can only launch there 1-2 hours either side of high water and the journey out to the mouth of Pompey takes about half hour (limited to 10 knots),but if your towing, you can get to the Camber slipway at the mouth of Portsmouth harbour in about 15-25mins from Trafelgar's compound. Could'nt be simpler,straight down the motorway. Hope this helps. Jon.
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Hi Jonb welcome to the site
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Hi Wapello, cheers for the welcome. Thumbs Up I presume i have to pay the £4.99 to join the sf club to enable me to post reports c/w photo's and view other reports etc. I'm just getting to grips with the site so far, and would like to get further into the site.Smile  
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