Matt13 wrote:that means it might be nice for the powerboat and rib show this weekend. Anyone going?!
Met office is forecasting suuny little wind for saturday OMG!!!!
for those of unprepared this is big news
- need the wind!
so the boss can go shopping while I look at boats
I'll wait till the capn gets his big squeaker
Capn Jack wrote:Have you got some keys missing from your keyboard??
Arrival. In the interest of safety all Small Boats bound for Gunwharf Quays/Town Camber are to enter harbour through the Small Boat Channel. Vessels are only to cross the Main Channel when they are to the north of Ballast Beacon, and permission has been obtained from QHM on VHF Channel 11. Vessels fitted with engines are to use them from entering the Small Boat Channel until arrival at Gunwharf Quays/Town Camber.
Mariners are advised that there are no visitor berths or moorings at Gunwharf Quays, and that they will only be permitted to cross the harbour to Gunwharf quays if they have an assigned berth. The Gunwharf Berthing Manager is contactable on VHF Ch 80 or 02392 836732.
The following speed limits apply:
Within Portsmouth Harbour - 10 knots.
Within 1,000 yards of the shore in any part of the Dockyard Port of Portsmouth - 10 knots.
Within Wootton Creek to the West of the meridian of the mouth of the creek.(Longitude 01 12’.84 W) - 5 knots.
The speed limit in each case is to be taken as "speed through the water".
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