few and becoming badly rusted, luckily much of
the rock face is provided with firm rocky forms which are suitable for tying
up to with depths of 5 mtrs or so very close to the rock face. Motor towards
the far side and drop the anchor well ahead in anything up to 8 or 9 mtrs.
reversing in line with your chosen stern mooring point when your smiling
dinghy assistant will simply waft your 200mtrs of Navy Surplus tarred jute
ashore and make fast onto a prickly stone. Final positioning is then done
with a fine mixture of stern warp and anchor chain until your audience lose
interest in you – at which point you know you have arrived.
Myrica at low water with stern line made off to a large rock on the West side of Ster Wenn. There is adequate depth under the stern quite close to the rock face where the water is crystal clear. A dinghy to get ashore is essential.
Imray Chart No. 39 Shows Belle Ile.
For greater detail SHOM Chart 7142 at scale 1:2500