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Bringing dinghies ashore Bournemouth/Poole

blackbeard

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Thanks for replies, everyone.
Bournemouth beach - Seems that we shall have to look for black and white flags, or anchor close to beach and swim ashore ...
 

TernVI

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Thanks for replies, everyone.
Bournemouth beach - Seems that we shall have to look for black and white flags, or anchor close to beach and swim ashore ...
Or take the sensible option of 'not going to Bournemouth beach'?
 

grumpy_o_g

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Thanks for replies, everyone.
Bournemouth beach - Seems that we shall have to look for black and white flags, or anchor close to beach and swim ashore ...
On the local radio news today it was reported that Marine Police had been involved because of Jet-ski's behaving dangerously close to swimmers. The rules for boats are apparently no landing or launcing from April to October. https://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/AttractionsLeisure/BeachesandWaterfront/watercraft.aspx

Which I've just noticed Tlouth7 already posted...
 
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