This is a repeating eventoctober 28, 2020 9:00 am
Colwell Bay in the Western Solent is a picturesque beach on the Isle of Wight
Colwell Bay in the Western Solent is a picturesque beach on the Isle of Wight shore. With panoramic views of the Hurst Castle and Fort Albert, a Victorian gun tower on the Island shore.
Perfect for a coffee stop or lunch at The Hut, the bay is easily accessible by boat, with gentle shelving shingle and sand, making it ideal for anchoring and swimming from the beach.
Then we’ll head into Yarmouth Harbour, a simply charming working harbour surrounded by a traditional village. It is home to the Wightlink Lymington ferry terminal, the Yarmouth RNLI and a number of traditional, working boat yards.
|09:00||Coffee and briefing in the Beach Hut|
|10:45||Rendezvous at Spitbank Fort|
|11:15||Rendezvous at Cowes Harbour entrance|
|11:45||Meet at Colwell Bay|
|12:45||Rendezvous at Yarmouth Harbour entrance|
|13:00||Moor up – 1.5 hours lunch and time to explore|
|14:30||Meet at boats|
|16:00||Arrive Spitbank Fort, enter Portsmouth Harbour and run back up to Trafalgar|
|16:30||Moor up at Trafalgar pontoons|
Please state on the booking form you wish to join the Colwell Bay & Yarmouth – Solent Discovery Guided Trip
(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Comments are closed.