Boats at Rhosneigr

by Mark
(Rainhill, Merseyside)

Hi Wil,


I have read every word on this site and would like to commend you on it, it is very 'human' and informative.

Ive been coming to various parts of Anglesey for 30 odd years.

My Dad always took us there (5 times a year when he could)

I have just bought a boat, 18 foot, and a 4 wheel drive to tow it/launch it.

I remember cutting my finger on Rhosneigr beach when I was about 8, still got the scar.

Is there a real problem at Rhosneigr with the boats,we go to Cable bay a number of times with the kids every year and I have been looking at possibly launching at Rhosneigr this year,but if it will be upsetting locals, we would not want to impose.

Please let me know your thoughts.

Best Regards

Mark.




Dear Mark

You've been and done it by now and I hope that you and your children had a fabulous time.

Family health problems have kept me off the air for a very long time, but now I am back. Got plenty to write about as well.

It's taken a while to get back and I thank you so much for your kind words about Anglesey Hidden Gem.

I write this website for YOU, someone who shares my enjoyment of my home Island of Anglesey and appreciates my humour.

Let me know how it went.

You do ask a very salient question about launching at Rhosneigr. Simply, there is no problem.

You need to have valid insurance for launching on Anglesey and in Gwynedd. You also need to register - and you can do this on the beach. Here's a link to help you: Boat registration.

The Anglesey County Council website will offer more information. Please CLICK HERE

You launch from near the lifeboat hut end of the village. Down the main street passing Bali Hi chip shop on your left (glorious chips and fishcake). It's the last turning on your right down a sandy track. Follow the tractors.

There's usually a council van on the beach where you can register.

Probably too late for you, Mark and you sussed it out; however, I hope this information helps others.

My very best wishes to you and your family for Christmas and for an excellent new year.

Wil

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