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Old 27 December 2020, 05:18   #1
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9th annual Pasty run - 5th April

The 9th Annual Pasty run will take place in 2021 on Monday 5th April.

The plan this year will be to leave the breakwater fort (Plymouth) at 10.30 (rising tide).

We'll head East, past the Lyner, Burgh Island and Hope Cove before arriving at Salcombe around 11.15.

However once into Salcombe they'll be no stopping. We're going to head North and keep going! 3 miles later we find Kingsbridge - the location for the 2021 pasty.

The basin is home to a range of wildlife and interesting features so should add a nice final leg.

Once coffee and a pasty, or a beer, is consumed we'll re group for the journey back to Plymouth or Torbay for those joining from there.

HW is 12.30 and passage is available until 1500 so I'd be looking to depart around 1400 for the journey back to ensure we have some leeway.


Those early can get tea, coffee and cake at Bovisands whilst waiting for the jump off and I suspect we'll get a possy running over from Torquay to join us too

As it's a Bank Holiday should people fancy making a long weekend of it, I suspect we can
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Old 03 January 2021, 13:34   #2
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Never been that far up.

Have you recced the pasty shops in Kingsbridge?

What's the parking like for several RIBs at Kingsbridge?
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Never been that far up.

Have you recced the pasty shops in Kingsbridge?

What's the parking like for several RIBs at Kingsbridge?
Not been there myself yet, but Google shows plenty of options and the harbour guide says plenty of space.

As usual I'll have a discussion with harbour masters nearer the time to confirm which visitors berths they want us on.
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Bump following the link from the end of Feb thread
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Might be up for this weather and restrictions depending
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Would be worth checking whether Salcombe and / or Kingsbridge Harbour Authorities will be welcoming visitors on Easter Mon. Wider restrictions aren't lifted until 12th.

They may concerned about numbers.

I'm not fussed at pottering further up the shallow estuary when there's a good pasty to be had in Salcombe, so we could split into 2 smaller groups for the actual pasty.
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Would be worth checking whether Salcombe and / or Kingsbridge Harbour Authorities will be welcoming visitors on Easter Mon. Wider restrictions aren't lifted until 12th.

They may concerned about numbers.

I'm not fussed at pottering further up the shallow estuary when there's a good pasty to be had in Salcombe, so we could split into 2 smaller groups for the actual pasty.
That conversation is due to take place, I have agreed with them that I'd ring mid March to see how it's going.

Salcombe pasties are superb so no worries on a two stage feed - one in each could be good
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I have a feeling they won't be welcoming on 5 April, I don't think they will open to visiting boats until, after12 April, but let's see.

It may be a "bring your own" pasty run
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