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No, at Kimmeridge. Go past Old Harry then past Peveril continue past St Albans. Probably better to go with another Club Boat who knows the tides and likely effect of weather conditions as some of the Headlands can really rough up. I have had to turn back or leave early due to inaccurate forecasts.

 

If you go there, it is about 12 miles from the Shambles Buoy. Go a short distance past St Albans and before Kimmeridge.

 

If you go just past Kimmeridge you need to be aware of the Firing Range and the times when they operate. You can phone or contact them at Range Control on Ch 16 or 10.

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14 minutes ago, Leicester Fisheagle said:

No, at Kimmeridge. Go past Old Harry then past Peveril continue past St Albans. Probably better to go with another Club Boat who knows the tides and likely effect of weather conditions as some of the Headlands can really rough up. I have had to turn back or leave early due to inaccurate forecasts.

 

If you go there, it is about 12 miles from the Shambles Buoy. Go a short distance past St Albans and before Kimmeridge.

 

If you go just past Kimmeridge you need to be aware of the Firing Range and the times when they operate. You can phone or contact them at Range Control on Ch 16 or 10.

Excellent info thank you 😊👍

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