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Cawsand to Rame Head 2016-10-17 Lizzie's favourite walk - again! After driving through a torrential downpour in Plymouth, the walk from Cawsand to Rame Head was mostly sunny with about F5 winds.
Plymouth Sound with SYC 2012-09-22 With SYC on Plymouth Sound out of Mount Batten Sailing Centre. A bit windy for Liz on the Saturday so we went out on the safety boat taking piccies. GPS still on when we landed and went to the cafe - whoops. Sunday was a F7 blow out.
Dartmouth to QAB Plymouth 2018-06-17 From Dartmouth round to Plymouth. With Spring Tides and a forecast that was F5 gusting F6, we planned to take a cautious route round Start Point staying about a mile and half off. However, as we motored out from Slapton we encountered some large waves at the edge of the Skerries / the edge of Start Race. But as they were all fairly regular they were quite fun! Once round Start the wind increased a bit to gusting F6 and one particular wave dumped a load of water in the cockpit. However, with Dark Side of the Moon tracks from the Pulse Pink Floyd album playing on the waterproof bluetooth speaker and the course after Prawle Point allowing us to stop motor sailing, we were then flying along towards Plymouth. So into QAB marina much earlier than expected.
Dartmouth to Plymouth 2016-06-26 Starting from Dittisham, a sail round from the Dart to Plymouth on Derek H's Sadler 26. A good sail down towards Start Point. A easy rounding of Start at just before slack water. Then a motor sail from Start to Bolt Tail as the wind was too much on the nose. Then a good sail across Bigbury Bay and into Plymouth Sound (where the visibility dropped down to about a quarter of a mile).
Dittisham to Plymouth 2014-06-15 From Dittisham on the Dart to Quee Anne's Battery marina in Plymouth. Some lovely sailing (especially across Bigbury Bay) but also some motoring due to lack of wind. The average speed for this passage is partly attributable to the large spring tides that were as favourable as planned.
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