Saturday 12 December 2015

Safe harbour

Chichester harbour, especially in the eastern end can be an open and windy place to moor a boat.

But with the spring tide low water, these boats are snugly tucked away down between the mud banks, with the wind whistling harmlessly overhead.

Of course getting out and back to the boat from shore might be a problem.

1 comment:

  1. I grew up sailing on a tidal estuary and thought that one way of getting around over the mudflats would be to wear of pair of snow shoes on my feet. At my age at that time a couple of old wooden tennis rackets would have done the trick!


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