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Old 14 March 2010, 08:30   #1
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St Martins or Bryher

Any view on which is best, both look to have similar facilities?
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Any view on which is best, both look to have similar facilities?
Ask your mate 48 knot ever Maxi
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Looks like Bryher is the way to go for a nice sheltered site St Agnes seems a bit more exposed but I like the look of the pub , spoke to Tresco Estate today and getting a mooring was easy too.

If anyone wants to read a really good article by someone "in the know" Toby Budd wrote one a few issues ago in RI and its well worth getting a copy if your planning a visit.
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Looks like Bryher is the way to go for a nice sheltered site St Agnes seems a bit more exposed but I like the look of the pub , spoke to Tresco Estate today and getting a mooring was easy too.

If anyone wants to read a really good article by someone "in the know" Toby Budd wrote one a few issues ago in RI and its well worth getting a copy if your planning a visit.
Or you can contact sticky tours who will recomend st Agnes

or rock up and meet the locals who are great and will help if they can but you may need a more than 150 L of Go go juice

but I know you have a problem with any number bigger than 150
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Not really, I just can't afford to fit a 200 with prices the way that they are
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When you come down this way be welcome.

Much more tidal current off St Martins than Bryher but nothing any rib that can make the crossing can't handle.

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Much more tidal current off St Martins than Bryher but nothing any rib that can make the crossing can't handle.

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Thanks Ian ! which of the Islands are you based on?
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