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North Coast Tomorrow

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Created by clarence 6 months ago, 22 Dec 2018
clarence
TAS, 868 posts
22 Dec 2018 9:08AM
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Looking promising tomorrow for Bellbuoy/Greens/East.

Any thoughts?

Clarence

Gclark1
TAS, 536 posts
23 Dec 2018 6:34AM
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'Sail until I can't walk' - was my thought.

It is looking like WNW which works at any of the above, but I suspect that there will not be many bumps, and so Bellbuoy is likely to be the best spot for getting 'up'. East is also an option, so east side of Tamar I think.

Magic seaweed says the wind peak is later in the day, on the dropping tide, so the really hard bit is going to be watching it blow all day (23 knots at the moment) but watch and wait until after the high tide.

JohnnyHuett
TAS, 534 posts
23 Dec 2018 4:56PM
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A few snaps from today - 8 of us out at Rosevears























clarence
TAS, 868 posts
23 Dec 2018 7:55PM
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It sure was blowing.

I organised a downwinder with Mort on the NW coast- 20-30 knots. Full on.

Looks like everyone had some fun.

I suspect JS would have been at Bellbuoy to keep you company Geoff.

Gclark1
TAS, 536 posts
24 Dec 2018 5:31AM
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Paul, Cookie and me at Bellbuoy.

JS MIA...

JohnnyHuett
TAS, 534 posts
24 Dec 2018 8:19AM
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Gclark1 said..

JS MIA...


Oh no, he was in action! He thought he was at BB I think.
First pic, red Helmet.



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