A great trip headed as far as we can up the River Medina where we will stop
A great trip headed as far as we can up the River Medina where we will stop for lunch at the Bargemans Rest in Newport.
This history trading port dates back to pre-Roman times and there’s a Roman Villa open to the public. It was also where King Charles 1 signed the Treaty of Newport in an attempt to conclude the English Civil War. More recently it is famous for being the home of the Isle of Wight Festival.
|10:00||Coffee and briefing in the Beach Hut Cafe|
|11:00||Depart Trafalgar pontoons|
|11:45||Rendezvous at Spitbank Fort|
|12:15||Arrive at Cowes|
|13:00||Arrive at Newport Harbour( 2 hours for sightseeing and lunch at the Bargemans Rest)|
|14:15||Meet at boats|
|15:15||Arrive at Cowes|
|16:00||Rendezvous inside Portsmouth Harbour, north of Ballast Buoy|
|16:30||Moor up at Trafalgar|
|17:00||Tea and cake in the Beach Hut Café|
(Friday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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