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Old 08 March 2019, 05:29   #11
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so much easier with a 40 bow dolly and high tide
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Old 08 March 2019, 11:59   #12
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Ref private beaches. My understanding is that it's private only after the high tide mark. So between low and high it's still public. Not that the private beach owner will see it that way if you land at low tide then have a picnic and leave before high tide. Obviously doesn't apply to launching or retrieval just a stopover.
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Old 10 March 2019, 07:06   #13
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Yes new totally so any help appreciated.

We live in lake district so going to practice on ullswater . Once get used will try a very calm day at sea or cove somewhere or river .

Once I find a spot
Glenridding is a nice easy launch location - from the car park next to the steamer pier. No launch fee, just the car park to pay for.

Keep an eye on the steamers, and time your launch when there isn't one arriving / leaving.

You can easily walk your boat along the shore away from the steamer pier to give yourself a bit more room
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Old 10 March 2019, 08:13   #14
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Ref private beaches. My understanding is that it's private only after the high tide mark. So between low and high it's still public. Not that the private beach owner will see it that way if you land at low tide then have a picnic and leave before high tide. Obviously doesn't apply to launching or retrieval just a stopover.


Depends if the foreshore aka (Intertidal zone). is private as well or not most UK foreshore is property of the crown estates but not all...
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Old 13 March 2019, 17:14   #15
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Checked it out near steamer looks good , has a sign up saying contact steamer house, other than that looks good
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Old 13 March 2019, 17:23   #16
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Checked it out near steamer looks good , has a sign up saying contact steamer house, other than that looks good
I think that sign was there when I used the slip a few years ago. I went in and asked and the guy behind the counter just shrugged and said help yourself.

Didn't bother asking when I used the slip a week later to recover the boat and noone said anything.
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Thx , s
Loads signs around lake saying no public access...
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