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Old 27 September 2013, 13:28   #1
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Evening all,

Can i seek a bit of advice !

We were vaguely thinking of a nose around Langstone harbour over the weekend and perhaps a bit of distant seal spotting! Not been there before and the tides look good and gentle!

Does any one have any tips on lunch stops? Any of the pubs convenient to get to or is it Southsea marina only?

thanks!

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Old 27 September 2013, 13:34   #2
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Thete's not much in Langstone harbour really apart from the Ferryboat Inn on Hayling if you don't mind beaching or anchoring off. Food reviews aren't great though.

I'd be inclined to head round to Portsmouth and go to the Bridge Tavern at the Camber Dock.
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Like John said but nip under the bridge into Chichester Harbour and there's Emsworth or if you're feeling a little more adventurous then Itchenor.
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What's the depth like across the top of Hayling at LW?
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What's the depth like across the top of Hayling at LW?
It drys out!
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So may not be the best bet around lunchtime this weekend!
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So may not be the best bet around lunchtime this weekend!
No I manage to sneak round on a rising tide the other day and it was trim right up and all eyes watching the depth, still managed to hit the skeg
I was with my mate who has had to get out of his canoe and walk to get round!
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