Cruise details

Cruise 4: 12th – 23rd June 2019

Destination: Western cruise (Fowey, Falmouth, Isles of Scilly & Roscoff

Tides: Saturday 12th June (all times local)

LW 07:15 hrs H 1.6m

HW 13: 35 hrs H 4.7 m

Muster Point:   Time 10:30 hrs Location 0.5n miles South of the Draystone Buoy.

Alternative: No specific alternative is currently planned but the Cruise may be modified to take into account the weatherforecast which may include leaving / returning earlier or later than planned.

Participation: Each Skipper wishing to participate in this Cruise are asked to contact the Coordinator by email confirming callsign and contact details No later than18:00 hrs 2nd June 2019. This early notification is toensure that the correct amount of pontoon spaces reserved. Skippers intending to depart before the start / end date are asked to notify the Coordinator.

Decision Point: The Coordinator will confirm by email, to those Skippers who have informed him of their intended participation By 18:00hrs on 9th April whether the cruise will proceed, and this will include a list of Cruise participants and contact details.

Skippers’ Duties: Each participating Skippers individually responsible for the safety of his / her vessel and crew at all times throughout the Cruise. Each Skipper participating Skipper is responsible for his/her safe pilotage.ensuring he/she has a valid passage plan for the Cruise together with adequate  safety equipment and valid boat insurance with third party Liability. Furthermore each Skipper is responsible for his/her own decision to put to sea for any leg of a Cruise. The muster plan given above is only provided as a suggestion to those who wish to sail in company and wish to do so.Participation in the Cruise implies that each participant Skipper understands and undertakes to discharge these Duties.

Comms:  VHF DSC Channel 77 should be used for inter- boat calling, being the preferred working channel. VHF CH.77.

Social: Meet for drinks at Royal Fowey Yacht at 19.00 hrs.for pre -dinner drinks. Other social events will be arranged over the period of the cruise.

Part 2: 17th to 22nd June 2019

Destination: Coverack to Isles of Scilly ; Return.
 
Tides: 17 June
 
HWP: 06:30 5.2 m
 
LWP 1251 0.9 m
 
HWP 1850 5.3 m
 
22 Jun:
 
HWP 0933 4.7 m
 
LWP 1548 1.6 m
 
HWP 2141 5.0 m
 
Muster Plan: 17 Jun: 0745 hrs 1nm SE of Coverack Dolor Point.
22 Jun: 0730 hrs depart St Mary's Harbour.
 
Route: 17 Jun: Own Pilotage to St Mary's Harbour Isles of Scilly
 
22 Jun: Own Pilotage back to Falmouth Bay.
 
Alternative: No specific alternative is currently planned, but the cruise may be modified to take account of the forecast weather at the time, which may include leaving a day early or returning a day later than planned.
 
Participation: Each Skipper wishing to participate in this cruise is asked to inform the Coordinator, by email, no later than 1800 hrs on Thurs, 6 Jun 19 and to confirm details of his/her callsign, MMSI number and contact mobile phone number. Any Skipper intending to withdraw from the cruise after this time, or during the cruise, is to ensure the Coordinator is informed.
 
Decision Pt: The Coordinator will confirm by text, to those skippers who have informed him of their intended participation, by 1800 hrs on Sat, 15 Jun 19 whether or not the cruise will proceed.
Skipper's Each participating Skipper is individually responsible for the safety of his/her Duties: vessel and crew at all times throughout the cruise. In particular, each participating Skipper is responsible for his/her safe pilotage and for ensuring
he/she has a valid passage plan for the cruise together with adequate onboard safety equipment and a valid boat insurance with appropriate third party liability. Furthermore, each participating Skipper is responsible for his/her own decision as to whether or not to put to sea for any leg of the cruise. The muster plan given above is only provided as a suggestion to enable those who wish to sail in company on the cruise to be able to so do.
 
Participation in the cruise implies that each participating Skipper understands and undertakes to discharge these duties.
 
Comms: VHF DSC should be used for inter-cruise radio calling with VHF Channel 77 being the preferred working channel. All cruise participants should ensure they have entered the CCC Group MMSI number, 023 200 131, in their radio. VHF Chan 77 should be monitored from 0700 hrs on 17 Jun 19, so that the Coordinator can broadcast any last minute changes.  VHF Chan 77 should also be monitored throughout the cruise for inter-boat communications, as required.
 
Social: Social events will be planned, as required during the cruise.

Coordinator:   Alan Eves

Email: [email protected]

Mob: 07768 254 362