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Old 06 June 2012, 10:02   #11
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Good job with the vid Andy, I bet your glad that you was the only one who managed to notice the Big Black + White Lighthouse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:TrwynDuLighthouse.jpg and huge red buoy between Penmom and puffin could you not warn them over the radio ??
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Good job with the vid Andy, I bet your glad that you was the only one who managed to notice the Big Black + White Lighthouse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:TrwynDuLighthouse.jpg and huge red buoy between Penmom and puffin could you not warn them over the radio ??
I did try & warn them off but you know what the BS are like there a law to them selves
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excellent vid andy, well done, much better than the BSG

glad it was only fiberglass n stainless that wuz scuffed, much easier to fix than the crew them wot have never got it wrong have never done it
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Great vid, looks a cracking day for it.

Skerries looks great, but plenty of rocks to catch if you don't know the way. Been reading a book on Anglesey and access to the bays, features etc

Can't believe you guys crossed the reef, you can see the waves breaking. It has to be very high tide to cross it.

Thought Deano would have known having been one of the locals. Happens to us all though I suppose.
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Great vid, looks a cracking day for it.

Skerries looks great, but plenty of rocks to catch if you don't know the way. Been reading a book on Anglesey and access to the bays, features etc

Can't believe you guys crossed the reef, you can see the waves breaking. It has to be very high tide to cross it.

Thought Deano would have known having been one of the locals. Happens to us all though I suppose.
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Great vid, looks a cracking day for it.

Skerries looks great, but plenty of rocks to catch if you don't know the way. Been reading a book on Anglesey and access to the bays, features etc

Can't believe you guys crossed the reef, you can see the waves breaking. It has to be very high tide to cross it.

Thought Deano would have known having been one of the locals. Happens to us all though I suppose.
we didnt cross the reef, we aproached from the west - the entrance may be narrow but is plenty deep enough for sailing boats to get in there. the aproach to the north is much wider but there are many more rocks to catch you out.
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glad it was only fiberglass n stainless that wuz scuffed, much easier to fix than the crew them wot have never got it wrong have never done it [/QUOTE]

Exactly Chris they are there to use and s--t happens its only like going offroading and getting a puncture or dinging a wheel
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Great vid, looks a cracking day for it.

Skerries looks great, but plenty of rocks to catch if you don't know the way. Been reading a book on Anglesey and access to the bays, features etc

Can't believe you guys crossed the reef, you can see the waves breaking. It has to be very high tide to cross it.

Thought Deano would have known having been one of the locals. Happens to us all though I suppose.
. Must admit I hit the rocks there first time out on mr jingles & damaged my prop but there was no one with a gopro to film it
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