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Old 08 July 2017, 06:38   #1
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does anyone know the definitive answer to anchoring off the beech. Can't find anything recent and the buoys are obviously still there. Last i can see was the 2012/13 rya advice?
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Old 17 July 2017, 02:28   #2
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I do not know the definitive answer.

I do know that if you moor too close to the beach on a busy day then you may well attract the attention of an chap on the beach armed with a megaphone who invites you to get off his land!

In my experience as long as you moor not immediately adjacent to the beach ie off the woods then you will be fine. Or outside the buoys.
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I do not know the definitive answer.

I do know that if you moor too close to the beach on a busy day then you may well attract the attention of an chap on the beach armed with a megaphone who invites you to get off his land!

In my experience as long as you moor not immediately adjacent to the beach ie off the woods then you will be fine. Or outside the buoys.
cheers, hate being yelled at, i've got nothing to yell back with!
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There's now new buoys in Colewell bay which looks like the local beachside restaurant have placed to control anchoring in the bay , can a business just do that? You can't miss them, massive inflatable white racing marks with no anchoring on and the restaurants logo.
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There's now new buoys in Colewell bay which looks like the local beachside restaurant have placed to control anchoring in the bay , can a business just do that? You can't miss them, massive inflatable white racing marks with no anchoring on and the restaurants logo.
i doubt it, but if they stay there long enough without being challenged it will probably become the norm - a bit like Osborne. IOW soon going to become a 'No go' area!
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i doubt it, but if they stay there long enough without being challenged it will probably become the norm - a bit like Osborne. IOW soon going to become a 'No go' area!
Cant see any restrictions on the charts

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Went past Colwell this evening , would you not need some form of official permission to place said markers?? ( BTW theres four of the buoys in question ) 'No boats beyond this point and no mooring'
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Went past Colwell this evening , would you not need some form of official permission to place said markers?? ( BTW theres four of the buoys in question )
looks like a danger to navigation to me!
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It might be worth having a chat with QHM Portsmouth as it comes under his jurisdiction.

http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/-/media/...5.pdf?la=en-gb
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