Stonequarry Bay  
 
Spot Name:
Stone Quarry Bay, George Town
Map:
41° 6'57.31"S, 146°49'26.91"E
Ideal for:
Bump and Jump
Winds:
N-NE the further it gets from North the gustier it becomes
Directions
Located West of Georgetown on the Tamar River, turn left at Georgetown visitor information 
Parking:
Parking is roadside, 20m from shore
Rigging:
Rigging is on Grass with a short walk over the rocks to launch
Facilities
No immediate facilities, 2 min drive to Georgetown
Currents:
Strong river currents close to shore 
Waves:
Small confused waves, best suited to bump and jump
Tide: Mid to high tide is best but can be sailed on low tide
Speed Record:
 
Ben Wilson  - 22.12 Knots (2sec)
Comments:
This is a great spot to sail when the winds at the river mouth are too strong. Waves generally dont get very big and wind is usually 5-10 knots less than the mouth of the river.
Look out for boats/ships. Best too look left and right before each crossing.

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