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Old 10 March 2012, 02:53   #1
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John o Groats

Does anyone have some photos of the harbour at John o Groats at LOW WATER SPRINGS?
Verbal description would also be useful.

Do the MOORED boats dry out there? How much of the slip is available at LWS?

Any information appreciated

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I'll be there on Tuesday at LW - may be able to take some pics if I have time before the ferry, if that helps
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That would be great.
What I am really after is whether you can launch/recocer at really low water springs, Whether we could lie alongside the ramp to load/unload at LWS and whether the boat would dry if she was on the western side of the harbour.
Long way up for a recce

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