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Topic: Dinghy hire hayling island
Posted By: jasperthedog
Subject: Dinghy hire hayling island
Date Posted: 23 Jan 19 at 12:01pm
Hi,
We're having a week's break at Hayling island in september. Planning on taking the windsurfing kit but would also like a dinghy for a couple of days.
Is anybody aware of any hire boats available in the area, the only ones I can find are only available to club members.
Stopping for a couple of days at the Goodwood festival so towing down is not really suitable.


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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 23 Jan 19 at 1:03pm
No nothing about Hauling island, but just noticed your boat collection, nice mix.


Posted By: jasperthedog
Date Posted: 23 Jan 19 at 1:55pm
Thanks Zero, we are very much the raggy doll end of the scale but they tick most boxes, Just need an adult 2 man to add to the mix, wonder if she,'ll notice ;)

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Posted By: mozzy
Date Posted: 23 Jan 19 at 3:51pm
Not on Hayling Island, but Cobnor Activity Centre is Chichester Harbour and the Portsmouth Watersports Centre on Langstone harbour are the most obvious places to try. Not sure if they offer day sailing or if it's all courses. 

Mistral based at Sparkes Marina do paddle-board hire. Would be a nice day exploring the creeks if there's no enough wind for windsurfing. 


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Posted By: jasperthedog
Date Posted: 24 Jan 19 at 11:05am
Cheers Mozzy,
Looks like its just lessons not hiring but I've dropped a line may lead somewhere.
Cobnor looks a lovely bit of river i can see me wasting a few hours along there.

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Posted By: ColPrice2002
Date Posted: 24 Jan 19 at 9:55pm
Mind the mud!

The river channels get narrow near low water, and the mud is evil...

Get the tides wrong and you'll be spending lots of hours waiting to be able to reach solid ground.


Colin



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