Originally Posted by Sutty
I should know I live at Borth-y-Gest which is a mile up the estuary and from my bedroom window even at low water I can see out to sea up the estuary and see a silver shivering line and I don't think it's sand!!
Finally what has the drying height of Snowden wharf got to do with anything?? if you launch on the council slip there is deep water to at least the bar by Borth-y-Gest even at low water.
Yes, you are correct there is a pool by Borth Y Guest where you reside.
What I was trying to point out (a bit pathetically I know) was that there is a sticky up bit that dries out before you get to the deep bit by Borth when leaving the inner harbour.
It's a few years ago now, maybe 4, when I tried to leave the Yacht Club pontoon at 4 hours before high in a 27 ft Mobo, which drew 1 metre. I had to wait until 3 hours before to enable the boat to creep out of the harbour.
Yep, when I got to Borth no problem with depth but I only just got out over towards the fairway boy. What we both can agree on is that the flippen place changes rather regularly