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Old 21 July 2015, 04:34   #1
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Beaching at Robin Hood's Bay

We're looking at doing a "lock out" from our harbour that dries out at low tide, previously we've beached at Runswick Bay before low tide, gone for coffee & cake etc. before the boat refloated with the incoming tide. We're looking to do similar at Robin Hood's Bay, is the good beaching ground obvious? any tips? I'll have a look at the charts but thought I'd ask here too.
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Old 21 July 2015, 04:43   #2
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i'm new to ribbing on the east coast but after chatting to a lad who used to work on scarborough life boat, robbin hoods bay is littered with alot of rocks plus is very shallow at low tide.

from what i can gather it's best avoided at low tide. high tide is ok though.

but like i say, new up here so more local advice would be helpful as im interested as well.
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Stoupe Beck Sands just south of Boggle hole have been recommended to me on a fishing forum, so may have a look there, was thinking of tomorrow, but rain is forecast for low tide!
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My dad has a boat down t robin hoods bay and I e taken mine in a few times. If it's low tide dead slow and steady. There are two lines of mooring boys. One is the main slip (village) the other is the newer ramp.
Once you can follow that line it is not so bad but be careful.
The scars run out just past 90O tipping towards Whitby. Once you are beached beer and coffee time.
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Old 22 July 2015, 08:32   #5
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Thanks for that, just back in from a successful fishing trip, so will give it a go in the next few days.
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