Anyway, we took our freinds for a trip up the Itchen.
Past the home of a few of this forum, at least one name being recognizable:
We continued up as far as we could till it got a bit shallow (it was only half tide):
Good pics of your day out.
We also turned up river first thing but after half a mile the echo sounder was reading little over a metre so common sense prevailed and we turned round. It was at that time only an hour beyond low tide, so hardly surprising.
On another occasion we have been beyond Cobden Bridge where there are still boats moored at the bottom of people's gardens. It does begin to get really iffy beyond the end of the boats, I can remember as a child, just, dragging my Dad's dinghy up the riverbed back to Woodmill on a low tide.
I am glad you enjoyed your day out.
Larson 240 Cabrio "JORIDA", Saxon Wharf.