Leaving Carbis Bay required care as I counted at least 30 Lobster pot markers within sight, again no wind:
|No wind as I motored towards Pendeen
|Pendeen, abandoned tin mines ashore and lots of dolphins offshore.
The ripples on the water are largely down to tide not wind.
Over-falls south of The Longships, with less than 5 knots of
wind, one day from a spring tide but not at it's peak.
|The Scilionian on route to Hugh Town, St Mary's in calm water,
you can see the edge of the overfalls just this side of her.
|Newlyn harbour from the Gwavas Lake anchorage.
|The Penlee Severn Class Lifeboat returning from the shout, the original
lifeboat house and slipway is visible by her bow from which the
"Solomon Browne" launched to the aid of the "Union Star" in December
1981 - that resulted in the loss of the boat with it's entire crew and that
of the ship and all on board, some of whom had made it to the lifeboat.
32 miles in 6 hours