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Old 03 November 2016, 10:27   #1
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The right way or the wrong?

Could someone please clarify the section of this video that deals with my entrance to Arglass Marina?

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On entrance to the marina (at about 1 min 5 secs) I pass a cardinal and red and green buoys. Same on the way out at 2 min. 35 secs.
On entry I am going from east to west and vice versa on departure.

My question is is either entry or exit correct? (ignore the videos caption-it is (probably) wrong!).
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My question is is either entry or exit correct? (ignore the videos caption-it is (probably) wrong!).
Hey - any landing you walk away from is a good one...



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Hi Brian I would say you were right on entry but wrong on exit as it was an East mark so you were on the west side of the mark
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It's warning you about the danger of entering Ardglass...

"Forsake all hope who enter here!"

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I think wrong on way in if you are going east to west on the way in the east mark is on the east of the danger so on way in you went to the west of the mark so over it !!??.

On way out you stayed east of the mark so were fine .
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I think wrong on way in if you are going east to west on the way in the east mark is on the east of the danger so on way in you went to the west of the mark so over it !!??.

On way out you stayed east of the mark so were fine .
On further reflection looking at Brian's path I will agree with you. But probably think Willk is right to confusing.
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Stopped in on my way home from Dublin.
Very confusing harbour entrance
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Stopped in on my way home from Dublin.
Very confusing harbour entrance
Agreed. The more I look at Brian's vid the more confused I get you would think they would put extra channel markers down to guide you round the obstruction.
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Agree with Stuart over obstruction going in OK going out see anything on the sounder Going in?
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I think wrong on way in if you are going east to west on the way in the east mark is on the east of the danger so on way in you went to the west of the mark so over it !!??.

On way out you stayed east of the mark so were fine .
If Brian's info is correct (his route was East-West-East) then he passed to the South and North of an East Cardinal Mark. The hazard should be located to the west of the cardinal buoy (signifying safe water to the East). In what seems to be a port entrance it's a bit confusing but I'm sure the chart would clarify things? In a port I'd expect a Special Mark or a perch on a thing like that.
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