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Any questions / thoughts about specific places - particularly those outside of our *normal* area. Note that there's also the locations section on the main website with stacks if info about our area + Anglesey + Fuerteventura.

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HELP A TOURIST DAY.

Post by master chef » Wed Feb 06, 2008 12:02

Hi All

Just read one of Matts postings on WSM and hoped some body would give me some info on the place.
Just moved to Gloucester and wanted to know the names and locations of the good launch spots at WSM.
Any other info on the place would be great.

I also hear that a large group of you sail at BCYC??? Is this correct???

Cheers all.

Mick.

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Post by Al Donald » Wed Feb 06, 2008 13:04

Hi Mick,
have a look at the details on our location finder on this site.
WSM is quite popular when the wind blows, and the tide is in.
There are a few of us who are also members of BCYC.

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Post by MartinF » Wed Feb 06, 2008 14:00

It's an ill wind that never blows at all.

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Post by master chef » Wed Feb 06, 2008 16:33

Thanks for the info guys.
I may meet some of you at BCYC as I represent them for my work. Any excuse to get out on the water.

All the best.

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Post by kelvin » Wed Feb 06, 2008 18:28

weston
where's that :?:
is that on the sunny side of the brigde :lol:
forget dreaming "its time to loop"
kel www.winsurfing.co.uk

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