|As we left Grimsby Sarah's Choir|
St George's Singers were live
on Radio 4 LW . Our boat has a
car style radio that actually has LW
(which is rare and useful out of FM
range). Sarah sang along.
It was a great day for a sail and while close hauled we could make it on one tack from the Humber
We took the recommended route south of the Rosse Reach separation channel, but we would have to tack to miss Donna Nook Bombing Range. The presence of (Typhoon?) planes doing low level attack runs, probably getting a radar lock on us, suggested the range was in use. Humber CG informed us we should call the range on Ch 16. We called but did not get a reply until quite close and they requested we pass North of the range, so we put in a tack.
We made excellent time and had to hand around for half an hour waiting to make our approach just before HW-2. We couldn't raise Wells harbour on the
|Our track in to Wells Next Sea on Google Maps.|
|The visitor's pontoon in Wells in the evening.|
|Our track back from MarineTraffic. You can see |
where we hove to