Sightseeing in Cornwall / Kernow.
Weather has not always been benign and kind to us this winter and spring for Sightseeing Cornwall. Here is The Scillonian III tied up in Penzance harbour for safety pending strong gusty winds. She is due to start sailing again from 19th March 2018 with reduced service in the first week.
Not many smaller boats and yachts are left in the water during winter at Penzance as can be seen. Cargo ships like the Gry Maritha sails to the IoS islands during the winter period. The islands are 28 miles off the Cornish coast but the sea and winds can be awesome around here. IoSSCo have recently added a helicopter from Land’s End airport to their services. We are also about to receive a competitor helicopter service from Penzance to the islands. Will be able to transport LOADS visitors when all available. Plenty of Sightseeing to be done in Cornwall.
Beasts from the East number 2 coming – Sightseeing Cornwall can be chilly.
Recently, we had a visit by the ‘Beast from the East’. Apparently we have another ‘Beast’ on the way. Forecast for weekend is SNOW by Sunday. Our poor vegetation is no longer sure whether we are on winter or spring time! Found these splendid primroses planted in an old tree-stump looking swell.
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Have a Superb weekend whatever you are up to.
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