Back to Great Yarmouth, a day planned around bagging the last four piers for this week. The local weather was a bit shabby, rain with a touch of thunder. But a quick check on the internet showed the thunder was moving offshore, so it was a skin on frame boat day, back to the Beach Hut for a pre paddle coffee and cake.
Setting off in bright sunshine, paddling south to Britannia, then on to Wellington. Not a lot of water round these piers.
With a quick nod to the lifeguards, I set off on what looked like a simple paddle. A few shots of Claremont.
It was a short paddle across to South Pier. A little info sometimes helps, I wished I had read the pilot notes, the choppy waters around the harbour mouth wouldn’t have been a surprise. I could see the chop and mild chaos, which was ok when paddling, but stopping and taking pictures proved interesting, and a bit of company would have been appreciated, to lean on while clicking away.