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Old 27 April 2019, 14:31   #1
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hello im looking to take my valiant d340 out after the bank hols first trip in afew years can anyone help me out with places to launch and retrieve off the official places that are ok thanks
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Old 27 April 2019, 16:38   #2
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Pretty much any council beach has wardens in the summer and need to register cheaper to register with Anglesey council in advance and pay the fees locally than register on the beach. Conwy, Gwenydd and Anglesey recognise each other registrations but might have slightly different rules

You might get away not registering if not using a trailer if engine is small but even under 10hp are supposed to register.

https://www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/en/Re...egulations.pdf

https://www.anglesey.gov.uk/document...nformation.pdf
This scheme offers considerable advantage to any Anglesey Registered Launchers because Denbighshire, Gwynedd and Conwy Councils will accept Anglesey Registration.


Pick a venue and go from there
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hello im looking to take my valiant d340 out after the bank hols first trip in afew years can anyone help me out with places to launch and retrieve off the official places that are ok thanks


Chris Seddon at Ty Calch
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Old 28 April 2019, 12:22   #5
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Launch site in North Wales

The best and easiest place to launch around The Menai Straits is at Chis Seddon’s which most Rib people use. Also known as The White House or Ronnie’s Slipway.
He tractors you in, keeps your trailer safe while you’re out, then has your trailer waiting for your return. There are toilets there and ample car parking. His charges are based on the length of your boat. It was roughly £25 to launch last year for us. The contact details are :-
Chia Seddon
Ty Calch Boat Park
Foreshore Road
Caernarfon
Gwynedd
LL54 5RA.
http://www.tycalch.co.uk
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He is the friendliest and most helpful fella that you could wish to meet. Best of luck, Phil.
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He is the friendliest and most helpful fella that you could wish to meet. Best of luck, Phil.

He’s also partial to a nice craft IPA or a Leffe
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I launch my boat in Nefyn, road takes you straight down onto a relatively level and pretty sandy beach, although there are a few stones at the bottom following the winds over the past few days. There isn't a warden there until late July time normally so you are free to launch and recover before that without any issue. Its a nice bay and the next bay has a pub on the beach Ty Coch and the lifeboat station in the next.
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