Harbour Master sailing challenge, Mark Ashley Miller

Starting out from Dartmouth in March 2019 in his 34ft boat Good Dog, Mark is attempting to visit every Harbour Master in the UK. So far, he has sailed 5,300 nautical miles, visited 170 harbours and interviewed 150 Harbour Masters in places ranging from Cornish fishing villages to urban container ports and everything between. All is in support of The Seafarers’ Charity. In this talk, he will describe some of his favourite stops and highlight some of the places you might not have thought of visiting.

Date: Wednesday 2 March 2022

Time: 19:00

Place: CA House or, for the webinar broadcast via Zoom, your own home or boat

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Harbour Master Sailing Challenge: Mark Ashley Miller in Harwich (with Harbourmaster Mike Dunn)

Mark Ashley Miller in Harwich (with Harbourmaster Mike Dunn