Tues 6th August

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JimMillen
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Tues 6th August

Post by JimMillen » Tue Aug 06, 2019 7:11 am

I see a few forumites are still hanging around on here :D

Planning to sail today but looks like the best wind will be at the same time as high water. My first inclination would be Hayling but it's been a while since I sailed there close to high water - am I right in thinking the shorebreak gets a bit unmanageable 1hr each side? Given it's not been blowing a gale is it unlikely to be a problem anyway?

Otherwise could head the other way & go to Avon, but been even longer since I sailed there and no idea if it would be an improvement.

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Re: Tues 6th August

Post by rod » Tue Aug 06, 2019 8:22 am

Probably pretty flat at Avon. But at least none of the horrible hayling chop. Worthing will be a lot windier than both.

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Re: Tues 6th August

Post by DaveMac » Tue Aug 06, 2019 11:04 am

Agree with Rod. Worthing HW around 4.10. It will be kite city but launchable, best waves an hour either side.
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Sometimes Carats West Hove is launchable too through out HW if you walk a bit closer to the harbour wall.
Can't really say about spots further West

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