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Old 21 October 2014, 17:53   #1
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Hi, just wondering if anyone has any advice on moving through the Plymouth Narrows and round to Kingsand and Cawsand in a sib. Might be brave and try it when this storms blown out
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Listen to Channel 14 to make sure nothing big is en route,
Stay in the channel
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As you go between Mt Edgecumbe and Drake's Island ("The Bridges") make extra sure you stay inside the channel marks or you'll rip the bottom of you boat out on the submarine spikes that lie either side of the channel.

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Hi Chris, thanks for the info, i saw those spikes the other day when the tide was well out. Its funny , lived here for 11 years and only just seen them

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