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Budle Bay, just N of Bamburgh is a large horseshoe shaped area which can only be sailed two hours either side of high water – as the tide ebbs a large area of sand bars is exposed. The great advantage is that it never gets any deeper than chest deep. Finding the launch point is a bit difficult – it’s at the end of a dirt track that looks like private property. Best in SW when the water is virtually flat. A very safe area to sail. Rig in the field, easy water access.


Getting there: Take the A1 N from Alnwick and turn right after Warenford onto the B1342. At Warren Mill take the dirt track to waterside

Parking: Park in fields

Ideal Wind: S – SW

Accomodation: B&B’s in Bamburgh, camping sites

Amenities: None

Water Quality: Not tested

Suitable for: Everyone

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