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    Posted: 07 April 2008 at 9:09pm

Evening guys

Just wondering what you guys do about launching?

ie do you belong to sailing clubs with there own slips or do you use the public ones??

I had a look around Eastney Cruising club today.

I would be interested in what you lot think?

Regards Russ

 

Russ (Roll on next Summer!!!!!)
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It would be one of my first choices if I was trailering. They have a secure compound and a winch. Can be very busy in the summer though. Downside is queuing to get in and out. Plus side is that there are plenty of hands to help you.
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Eastney cruising club is not just a sailing club i have been amember for 5 years and it has a great fishing section with over 50 members and monthly fishing meetings with great fishing stories and help with any fishing or boating problems .This club offers the very best in launching boats that is around in portsmouth with 3 slipways with 2 winches and 2 tractors for launching the bigger boats that can not be pushed around by yourself.
     
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forget the eca, join the waiting list for the best.
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the slip at gilkicker is good. parking is cheap and apart from the big spring tides you can use it at any time .
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