The moorings at Pag are maintained. The seaward ones are mostly Roach Sailing Association.
There is a visitors buoy almost opposite the pontoon.
I see you have a Galion 22 - that is going to be my post retirement boat, excellent choice.
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Thread: Anchoring on the Roach
22-05-12, 05:37 #11Anger is a wind which blows out the lamp of the mind.
Robert Green Ingersoll
22-05-12, 17:11 #12Registered User
Location : Kent
- Join Date
- Jul 2003
I anchored at Horseshoe Bay, I think it's called, along the Roach; twas OK. Several times picked up a buoy at Paglesham. Last time we were a bit late out of the Plough and Sail and the tide had left the end of the pontoon dried out. Decided to hump the dinghy up and then round to the slip which went a bit further out but still involved a plod in the mud. Good East Coast larks but next time will make sure we have more water
22-05-12, 20:27 #13
27-05-12, 17:59 #14
27-05-12, 20:40 #15
Thanks for all the advice, its' always worth asking
You must have seen the guy who anchored North of us with a blown out furling genoa this morning. He apparently tried unsuccessfully to get it down and then tried to lower his mast which crashed onto his deck and, I thought, bent at the crosstrees....
We enquired later if he would be OK and he thanked us and said he would. We really felt for him, it looked like serious money to sort it out...
Last edited by Boz; 27-05-12 at 20:44."Keep true to the dreams of your youth."
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27-05-12, 22:37 #16