The Equinox row tides: High at 6:50pm, at 15.4′ with a 6:58 pm sunset. No need to worry about the tidal current.
The kayakers are getting ready to launch.
This is Steve Britten getting into his Kayak. He took the better-looking pictures.
There is a lot of fussing involved with Kayaking.
He took some photos of me giving him static for taking so long to launch.
Still waiting for the Kayakers. The new forward-view mirrors work well.
Time for some pictures of Kayak fussing on the ramp.
When they are finally ready to launch, they just slide down the ramp.
Almost ready to go. ½ dozen Kayakers, a Mirror Dinghy, a SUP and Gwragedd Annwn.
The Kayakers are launching and we go West towards the sunset and Navvy Jack point.
Heather in her Mirror 11 #37202. She built it herself. Heather would later race in the R2AK as ½ of Team Coastal Express, sailing a Mirror 16.
Steve does take a brilliant picture.
Oarsman and paddlers heading into the sunset. Perfect conditions.
Every row should be this perfect.
It is a little flat for sailing, but, Heather has her oars at the ready.
Watching the sun set off Navvy Jack Point.
Steve and Ingrid paddle by.
Ian and I have a chat. He claims that his feet are cold.
After the sun sets, we head back to Hollyburn Sailing Club. A very pleasant evening.