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Old 24 May 2013, 17:33   #1
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Isle of Wight Festival

Any tips / advice regarding "listening" to the festival from the water?

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Originally Posted by swedishjedi View Post
Any tips / advice regarding "listening" to the festival from the water?
Make sure your anchor line is as short as possible so it doesn't get run over, and try to stay the festival side of the channel or the drunks on the other bank may come visiting at low tide. I haven't looked at the tide times this year yet, but you WILL dry at low tide up there.

Keep something handy to fend off other boats with.
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