Monday dawned with Fowey still as foggy as it was the previous evening, but certainly with radar not bad enough to wait further, not that surprisingly there was no fog once out of the estuary.
|Sunrise over St Saviour's Point, Polruan.|
|Visibility down sun was now a couple of miles but to the east|
glare was a problem until mid morning, spot the lobster pot marker.
|Bolt Head, sheltering Salcombe from the west.|
|Spot on! You line up the two pole markers behind the boat,|
good binoculars are needed to see them far out but the house helps.
This picture is an enlarged section of the previous one.
|Entering Salcombe, it is not actually an estuary, there are no|
rivers, but a series of flooded valleys.
|Turning to enter the next section, no pics of that as I was too busy|
|Lots of boats in land with no well defined channel.|