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Thursday morning, a big day today indeed

Team Mongoose are stirring, looking out the window to low visibility, high winds and a pretty wet outlook. Our spirits however are far from damped. Today is a day where we could win IRC 4 Cowes 2011, this is massive. 16 more words

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Cowes Week, Day 4, FIRST! massive! BOOM!

Team Mongoose had the pleasure of a lie in. greatly appreciated, as many lemonades were taken down the previous evening. with bright sunshine, predictions were correct it was light. 175 more words

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Cowes Week, Day Three, Fourth place (again)

Dear loyal followers,

Day three on the water and Team Mongoose awoke with fresh heads and clear minds after keeping Sunday night low key. The forecast was similar to Saturday with a breeze of 25 knots scheduled for early afternoon. 438 more words

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Cowes Week, day two, second place

Hello wind, you were only away for one day but you’ve come back with a vengeance, but before the race came last night. As mentioned in the previous blog it was Mr Edward Snowball’s 21st so what better way to celebrate it than trying to drink Infernos(a pop up club in one of the Marinas) dry of rum and coke, rum and ting, rum and anything… So Team Mongoose hit the D-Floor and a trickle of party goers headed homewards from 2am onwards. 276 more words

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AK 47 is back ... Mongoose `stalking Prey 24/7

Another year has flown by. Winter, spring, IRCs have all come and gone. Some of us have missed these with commitments engulfing that of the sail. 83 more words

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111. Mongoose, Lord Nelson & Marcus Trescothick...

Mongoose was out in force last Saturday (14th) joining Royal Southampton Yacht Club (see their race report) for the first IRC Solent Points of the summer, consisting of three windward leeward jaunts up and down  382 more words

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Mongoose - First outing of 2011 season... with a difference

A.E.Kemp, Guest Editor & Mastman

Enthusiastic and available members of Team Mongoose gathered on Saturday morning, despite forecasts of heinous amounts of rain, to check the Goose was all in working order. 854 more words

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