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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
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''Porthmadog North Wales

The Glaslyn Channel enters the Irish Sea at the south eastern corner of the Llyn Peninsula. At mid to low tide several sandbars are revealed, offering flat water speed sailing, given the right wind direction and sufficient strength.

The Rock – named after Black Rock Sands, which forms the windward barrier in a westerly flow, offering port tack sailing conditions.

The Castle – named after nearby Harlech Castle, offers starboard tack speedsailing given a southerly flow. The Castle would be sailable also in a Se’ly,  but square, round to an easterly on port.

The Cob – named after the toll road upstream, nr Porthmadog. A wsw flow would be ideal for Starboard speed. A southerly flow would also work on port. The course being accessed from nearby Borth-y-Gest, just to the Nw of the strip''

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