Anyone fancy the 16th october ?
Meet at my office in Pwllheli and launch at the best slip in North Wales cruise east up the channel towards Porthmadog and then across to Port Meirion Village - http://www.portmeirion-village.com
a quick picture stop (we have a very small tidal window).
Porthmadog for Breakfast and the a cruise around cardigan bay stopping off at St Patricks Causway (Sarn Badrig) for a little walk on the low tide?
All welcome, no matter what boat or experience
If anyones intersted in St Paddy Causway-
Sarn Badrig is the most northerly and abrupt of three "reefs" that stretch out into Cardigan Bay. It is probably called Sarn Badrig or St. Patrick's Causeway because it heads out from the coast towards Ireland, running almost parallel to the Llyn Peninsula. The reef is about 11 miles long and runs south west from Mochras/Shell Island. At low tide some of the reef comes out 1.5m above the water.