KeepTurningLeft Season 4 Film 5 Blakeney to Wells

Blakeney to Wells

 

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This is about KTL 4 : The Broads to North Norfolk.

One Response to “KeepTurningLeft Season 4 Film 5 Blakeney to Wells”

  1. 3 July, 2016 at 10:00 amRoger Arguile says:

    I live in Wells which, as you might guess, has changed again since you were here. I have only tried the inshore channel by kayak but my Shrimper has done 4000 miles in and from Wells over 14 years, not much by your standards. I wouldn’t recommend the inshore channel except for lifting keels and bilgers. And don’t enter or exit Wells is there is much north in the wind. It can be done but you may have some quick thinking and sharp tacking going out. Speak to the fishermen.
    I have benefited from your other videos whose insights I shall shortly use when sailing around the Wight. Contribution will follow shortly.

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