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Old 09 September 2020, 08:49   #21
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A bit different, Cardiff was by the sea last time I looked! I don't want a wasted 4 hr return trip in the car.
Its by the Severn ........ its not where i launch

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Old 09 September 2020, 08:57   #22
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Hi PA, is Llanfairfechan OK at low tide? Thinking Tuesday next week looks good and plan B would be the river Conwy.

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Old 09 September 2020, 19:38   #23
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Originally Posted by Fender View Post,-1.187,5 is very good, but obviously wind over tide is very different to wind against tide - and that is where a little thought and experience at the helm will give you an idea of what the conditions should be.............................

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