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Chichester 50th Celebrations - Plymouth, 28th May 2017
Chichester 50th Celebrations 50 years since Sir Francis Chichester returned to Plymouth from his historic single handed journey around the world, there is a re-enactment, in celebration of this anniversary, on Sunday 28 May 2017, Boats and yachts are invited to join a re-enactment flotilla on the day (dressed overall if possible). Please see the poster attached for meeting point for vessels/VHF contact. From 10am       Flotilla of Yachts in Plymouth Sound 11:30am           Sir Francis Chichester’s son Sir Giles Chichester arrives at The Waterfront steps, West Hoe11:45am           Gipsy Moth
2 Ships Discharging Cement Simultaneously in the Cattewater, Plymouth
2 ships discharging cement simultaneously for their respective receivers, West Country Cement and Aggregate Industries, in the Cattewater Harbour, Plymouth.
Cemgulf - West Country Cement
  M.V. Cemgulf, lying at the recently commissioned West Country Cement import terminal, in the Cattewater. West Country Cement is a joint venture between Glendenning and Fahey and secures a strategic site for the distribution of cementitious products to the region. Cemgulf discharged over 4000 tonnes of cement loaded at Dublin and will be a regular caller at the port in the future.

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