|Activity||Activity date||Activity description|
|Logan Rock and Penberth Cove||2018-09-07||On to one of our favourite campsites - Treen (just near the Minack Theatre and Lands End). Photos are from the "nature ramble" that Liz went on - organised by the Treen pirate. Photos of Scooby at Penberth Cove are by Liz as the nature ramble also went that way.|
|Ansteys cove||2012-09-29||A really great sail from SYC to Ansteys Cove in Dereks Sadler 26. The wind was ideal gently rising and dropping between about 12 knots and 20 knots. Even the sun shone - some of the time.
Tags: Anstey Cove
|The Ness and Smugglers Cove||2016-08-07||To Shaldon and through the tunnel to Ness Cove and over the rock to Sumuggler Cove. Then back round the Ness at low water Springs and into Shaldon looking for ice cream. Liz had to rescue Scooby's ball again - the dog is a wuss!|
|Windy Hope Cove||2015-04-18||Windy. Very windy. A very windy walk from Hope Cove to Bolt Tail and round the coast a bit. Hard work - uphill, in a force 8 with a dog pulling like a bastard to eat every sheep in the field and also eat all the sheep sh1t. Good views though and the halloumi, spicy salad and cheesy chips and the Hope and Anchor in Hope Cove was excellent.|
|Brixham to SYC||2016-07-24||Back from Brixham Marina to SYC via lunch at anchor in Anstey's Cove. Playing with the cruising chute on the on the sail across Torbay.|
|Babbacombe and Anstey Cove||2013-02-16||The second part of Scoobys walk|
|Brixham to Exe||2014-07-27||A cracking sail back from Brixham to the Exe. From Brixham, we went to Anstey's Cove for lunch as did many other SYC boats. After lunch there was a cracking sail back across the bay to the Exe - winds ranging from 10 knots to about 18 knots Excellent sailing.|
|Lamorna Cove and Tater-du Light||2017-09-15||The coast path from Lamorna Cove was marked as a bit "iffy" so we made our own route inland and then joining back with the main coastal path. Past the gloriously named Tater-du lighthouse. Unfortunately, the path we'd spotted on the map to come back via had a big PRIVATE sign on it so we ended up doing an "out and back" walk.|
|The Lizard and Kynance Cove||2015-09-14||Thought it it be nice to see the most southerly point in Engalnd in a force eight gale. Walking along a cliff top into a 40 knot wind with a less than bright hound on the lead turned out to be hard work! Glad it was a short walk.|
|Helford Passage to Padagarrack Cove||2017-07-09||With Winguru and the Met Office differing in forecast speed by about two and a half times, we wanted to avoid the possibility of too much incoming tide against the westerly wind. So we had a short paddle from Helford passage down to Padagarrack Cove and then up past Port Navas.|
|Studland to Portland Harbour||2019-05-24||
From Studland past St Albans Head to Portland Harbour with a stop at Lulworth Cove.
We weighed anchor early at the Studland anchorage to be able to get past the Lulworth Gunnery Range before the army started firing at 09:30. This meant an inshore passage past the St Albans Head. While not in the same league as Portland Bill, St Aldhams Ledge does have a bit of a "reputation" and the inshore passage doesn't always exist (see here and here for a couple of fun Youtube videos of yachts rounding St Albans Head). In our case we were crossing about mid tide with maybe a F4 against the tide so we could have expected some lumpiness. In fact, it was a pussycat - no idea why! Then on to the circular inlet in the cliffs that is Lulworth Cove. When we dropped anchor there we were the only yacht there - the benefits of early season cruising! Then on to Portland Marina. Built for the 2012 Olympics the place is huge.
|Pendeen and Portheras Cove||2018-09-09||A new walk to Pendeen Lighthouse and the stunning Porteras Cove which we'd not been to before. Took a wrong turn down to the "Boat Cove" and then took a little while to figure out how to actually get to Portheras Cove (it's via a path high above the cove and then down to the beach on the eastern end).|