Ryde is a one of the Isle of Wight’s best known, traditional seaside
Ryde is a one of the Isle of Wight’s best known, traditional seaside resorts, with a pier, beautiful beaches and traditional holiday attractions.
We will visit Ryde’s tidal (drying) harbour, and spend time ashore exploring the town and lovely sandy beach. There will be a short stay charge for mooring the boats at Ryde Harbour.
We will then head up Wootton Creek, often only thought of as the car ferry port. It’s a beautiful creek, home of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club as well as many beautiful and rustic properties backing on to the creek.
|09:00||Coffee and briefing in the Beach Hut Cafe|
|10:15||Rendezvous at Spitbank Fort|
|10:45||Enter Ryde Harbour and moor up for ‘short stay’|
|11:00||Depart boats (2 hours for sightseeing and lunch)|
|13:00||Return to boats|
|13:15||Leave Ryde hHrbour (4.2m hot)|
|13:30||Ryde Pier run around to Wootton Creek|
|13:45||Enter Wootton Creek|
|14:30||Exit Wooton Creek and return to Spitbank Fort|
|15:00||Enter Portsmouth Harbour|
|15:30||Moor up at Trafalgar|
|15:45||Tea and cake in the Beach Hut café|
(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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