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Old 07 January 2015, 07:05   #21
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Does Tayvallich dry out at all, thinking towards the top end where the cottages front the shore in the area of the toilets and tennis courts/sports club thingy?

Been there without boat decades ago and more recently round the corner with boats based in Loch Caolisport staying on Ellary Estate. Ellary's great but so far to the shop or any eatery so thinking Tayvallich & Sween might suit current needs better.
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Old 07 January 2015, 08:00   #22
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Does Tayvallich dry out at all, thinking towards the top end where the cottages front the shore in the area of the toilets and tennis courts/sports club thingy?
Depends what you mean by dries... the area in front of the village hall / "dinghy park" / tennis court is VERY soft mud when the tide is out!
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Ahh OK thanks, I was thinking of a SIB on transom wheels access. I remember the tidal range was small in that area so assume the area of mud isn't that wide?
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Depends what you mean by dries... the area in front of the village hall / "dinghy park" / tennis court is VERY soft mud when the tide is out!

Muddy both ends. Never dries as you would say maybe some extra springs can take the low water mark beyond normal but it never encroaches either channel at reef or fairway or pontoon. You can always land at post office pier pontoon or Carrick pier.


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