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Offline el presidente

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The Harbour Master is predicting 4m seas tomorrow and it will be Friday at the earliest before they start lifting boats back in.

Offline Dolly Diver

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Tuesday evening. High tide 7pm saw the argest of the waves.  The swell has calmed down overnight the marina walls and pontoons are ok

Offline Tanemera

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I have attached some pictures taken on Sunday/Monday which may be of interest to anyone who missed the fun.

Offline Dolly Diver

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The swell in the marina is minimal at the moment but forecast high again for Sunday.  Boats may start going back in on Monday, but more likely Tuesday.

Security at the boat park is very good.  A member of our staff went on Monday to check on our boat and the security guard wouldn't let him in.  We had to go back with ID, boat papers etc.  So any boat owners who are in England at the moment can relax your boats are being well looked after.  All the boat are very well propped up and secure.


Offline johnboy

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the very last photo looks very creepy....... but at least the boats are safe

Offline el presidente

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Some of the boats that went to Puerto Colon & San Miguel have started arriving back at Los G.
Flipper Uno and the whale/dolphin boats are also back in business although weather conditions this afternoon are not all that good.

Online ANGIE

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We sailed on the ferry Wednesday 7pm from Los Christianos via La Gomera to La Palma. The crossing to La Gomera was rougher than to La Palma, but not too bad at all. La Palma suffered quite a bit of damage from the storm and we are sitting in Los Llanas now, two heaters on and thick fog/rain outside, although in Santa Cruz, la Palma this afternoon it was 26 degrees - 14 here now!