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Mr Justin Soole - Partner
Mr Peter Rumbelow - Partner
Mrs Vicki Soole - Office manager

Traditional Sail
Lincombe Boatyard
Salcombe
Devon
TQ8 8NQ

Telephone: +44 (0)1548 844284
Mobile: 07989 322436
Fax: +44 (0)1548 844284
Email: info@traditional-sail.co.uk

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How to find us

By land:

From the A38 (Devon Expressway) follow signs to Totnes, Kingsbridge and finally Salcombe.

On the approach road to Salcombe pass the Texaco garage on your left then take the second left down a country road signposted "Lincombe" (on a white picket sign).

Follow the road down and up the hill. Go straight on at the crossroads and then take the left hand fork signposted "boatyard and farm only".

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By sea:

Please note that the information and map below are to be used as guidelines only. Should you require more detailed information do call us on 01548 844284.

Our location is:

Lat (WGS84) N50:15:02 ( 50.250569 )
Long (WGS84) W3:46:13 ( -3.770307 )

Relevant Admiralty Charts: Nos. 28, 1634, 1613, Stanford 13, Imray C6 Y48, OS 202

For entrance to the port, visiting yachts are expected to obtain navigational information from official publications e.g. Admiralty Pilot and Charts, Shell Pilot and/or one of the many yachtsmen's pilots available, together with a reputable Nautical Almanac.

The Harbour lies between Bolt Head to the west and Prawle Point to the east. Salcombe's Bar, made famous by Tennyson's "Crossing of the Bar", stretches south westerly across the entrance from Limebury Point on the east side. This sand bar has a least depth of 0.7 metres LAT and should not be negoitated on an ebb tide with strong onshore winds or swell. The entrance leading line (000oT) is marked by a red and white striped pole with red topmark on the Poundstone Rock, with a second beacon behind it on Sandhill Point, which is white with a horizontally striped red and white diamond topmark. The rear beacon displays a Directional Flashing lignt WRG 2sec., of which the white sector 357o - 002oT shows the leading line. Once Blackstone Rock is abeam to starboard, the main fairway course of 042o T can be set, again marked by leading lights near to Scoble Point. It is important to note that Blackstone Rock now displays Group Flashing 2 Green (8 seconds) and Wolf Rock Buoy displays Quick Flashing Green (3 seconds).

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