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2018 Season Canoe Cruises After days of cold winds and heavy rain Thursday, May 3rd was fine, sunny and warm, much to the relief of ten members of the club who arrived at Sudbury to take charge of five
This cruise was originally planned as a visit to Walton Pond, however the W&FYC is currently being re-built and therefore their facilities were unavailable. The earlier planned cruise to Shotley scheduled for May was cancelled due to adverse weather and so John Harrison
It was an early start for some of us as we crept out of the TideMill at the crack of dawn on Sunday but we had time to relax on moorings down the river enjoying the sunshine before six or seven boats left
It was suggested that this year the event be held later in May, as in the past, the earlier date in the month had been dogged by bad weather. This proved to be a wise move as the earlier available date was indeed
16 boats participated on the cruise: Amy, Antares, Bluster, Bright Eyes, Brilliant, Captain Nancy, Glen Mist, Hornblower, Hotspur, Islander, Miranda, Nelli Kim, Rully Blue, Suffolk Legend, Tregunna, Willow of Hamble. John and Elizabeth Harrison planned this cruise to Titchmarsh Marina, followed by a
The planned Sunday start dawned dry & bright, but the weather forecast came over the radio loud & clear, 3-4 going 5-7, not what we wanted at all! So mobile phone calls to all the participants (except Kalypso and Coranto who had wisely?
The forecast did not look promising, winds S or south SW 4/5 after a day of F5/7. We ourselves were reluctant to go as our cruise leader, John Crowe had decided to sail straight to Chatham because more foul weather was predicted later.