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Old 30 July 2013, 04:50   #1
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Access to The New Inn Shalfleet IOW

Can anyone advice me of water RIB access to The New Inn at Shalfleet- Is this manageable in all tides etc.
Location / Contact - The New Inn | The New Inn
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Your best bet would be to tie up at the little boat yard there and then walk the final 10 mins. It's very tidal so you'll need to time it carefully. Let me know if you want a contact at the yard.
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Old 30 July 2013, 04:59   #3
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Cheers Tim, Been given two weeks so should manage a tide to suit, any idea of times access either side of High water? Looking at chart where is the boat yard pontoon
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There's no pontoon - just tie up to the quayside.
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Interesting, the chart states there's a pontoon. I don't remember there being one! Either way, plenty of room to tie up.
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Cheers Tim is that manageable all tides, just spoken to pub and it is a window of about 1 1/2 either side of high water. Even looking at adding Taxi from Yarmouth as a safety net
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We go up to the new Inn a fair bit. I would say 2 hours either side but I always try go on the flood so theres more pub time. On the right day it is a beautiful spot. Came out of here once and managed to get weed caught in the water intake on the outboard - set an alarm off but no harm done.
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We go up to the new Inn a fair bit. I would say 2 hours either side but I always try go on the flood so theres more pub time. On the right day it is a beautiful spot. Came out of here once and managed to get weed caught in the water intake on the outboard - set an alarm off but no harm done.
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Just on the quay - there are some wooden bollards on the top. Depending on when you go you could have a lot of tenders to use as fenders but lately when we have been for lunch it has been pretty quiet. The New Inn however always seems to be busy and booking is advised. It is a good spot to feel smug you own a rib actually as putting a hard boat of any size against the quay would require some bravery/stupidity
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I tend to coordinate a trip with a lunch time spring high to give the biggest pub window. 4 hrs is quite manageable.
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