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16-04-12, 21:30 #41
17-04-12, 06:24 #42
19-04-12, 14:46 #43Registered User
Location : Oxfordshire
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
The third post in this thread http://www.ybw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=302193 explains how I ended up in that situation. Even the ferries were cancelled that day, as were many flights - we were due to have a crew change and had several people waiting/stuck in Jersey. On reflection, it was daft to enter Beaucettee that day and I wouldn't risk it again in similar conditions.
Last edited by npf1; 19-04-12 at 14:49.
20-04-12, 11:16 #44
[QUOTE=davidej;3486360]I have been trying to find a photo of Whitehills, Moray Firth.
I've stopped drinking water .... I have seen what it does to the bottom of our boat!
"The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire."
20-04-12, 12:25 #45
Try Watchet in the Bristol Channel
You have very small window to get in, when the gate opens you have 4-7 knot tides pushing you through. Then add some wind behind you.
I found out to my insurance companies expense, that get it wrong and it is crunch time.Life is short spend it on a boat
20-04-12, 12:42 #46
i think southdock in london it tight, did it last year with a force 5 and tide same direction across the entrance, not much rom for crabbing...lolHeather and Steve
20-04-12, 16:01 #47Dartmouth Weather