British Islands Pilot The west coast of England and Wales

SCARWEATHER SANDS . 191 near the northeastern end , where it is mixed with stones , and a ridge of 41 fathoms ( 8.2 m . ) connects this bank with the foul ground to the eastward and northeastward . A heavy sea is generally breaking over ...

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British Islands Pilot

SCARWEATHER SANDS . 191 > near the northeastern end , where it is mixed with stones , and a ridge of 41 fathoms ( 8.2 m . ) connects this bank with the foul ground to the eastward and northeastward . A heavy sea is generally breaking ...

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Sailing Directions for the West Coasts of England and Wales from the Scilly Isles to the Mull of Galloway

Scarweather Light Vessel ( 51 ° 27 ' N. , 3 ° 56 ' W. ) , with a red hull and “ Scarweather ” painted on the sides , is moored about 11/2 miles southward of the western end of Scarweather Sands . At the masthead there is a half globe ...

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Sailing Directions for the West Coasts of England and Wales Lands End to Mull of Galloway Including Isle of Man

5-16 Scarweather Light Vessel ( 51 ° 27 ' N. , 8056 ' W. ) , with a red hull and " Scarweather " painted on the sides , is moored about 11/2 miles southward of the western end of Scarweather Sands . Distress signals are made .

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Sailing Directions for the West Coasts of England and Wales

5-16 5-16 Scarweather Light Vessel ( 51 ° 27 ' N. , 3056 ' W. ) , with a red hull and “ Scarweather " painted on the sides , is moored about 11/2 miles southward of the western end of Scarweather Sands . Distress signals are made .

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Sailing Directions for the West Coast of England from the Scilly Islands to the Mull of Galloway Including the Isle of Man

A heavy sea is generally breaking over the Scarweather in bad weather , and it is rendered more dangerous from the oblique set of the tide across it . Clearing marks . - Worms head , open of Porth Eynon head , leads southward of the ...

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Sailing Directions for the West Coast of England

A heavy sea is generally breaking over the Scarweather in bad weather , and it is rendered more dangerous from the oblique set of the tide across it . Clearing marks . - Worms head , open of Porth Eynon head , leads southward of the ...

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Sailing Directions for the Bristol Channel

Scarweather sands , the outer and most extensive , lie W. by N. & N. from Porthcawl ; the 3 - fathom line includes a space , on this bearing , of 44 miles in length , by nearly three - quarters of a mile ( about the centre ) in width .

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SAILING DIRECTIONS FOR THE BRISTOL CHANNEL 1870

The chief of these dangerous obstructions to navigation are , the Scarweather sands , the Hugo bank , the Kenfig and North Kenfig patches ; and no stranger should go within the above - mentioned limits except after half flood , or any ...

Author: MASTER E.K.CALVER, CAPTAIN E.J. BEDFORD, EDITED BY CAPTAIN W.G. ANNESLEY

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Sailing directions for the British channel compiled by E J Bedford

The chief of these dangerous obstructions to navigation are , the Scarweather sands , the Hugo bank , the Kenfig and North Kenfig patches ; and no stranger should go within the above - mentioned limits except after half flood , or any ...

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