Three Rivers Estuary is the confluence of the rivers Tywi, Taf and Gwendraeth. It lies in Carmarthen Bay.
Withim the bay there’s lots of very beautiful spots – Caldey Island near Tenby. Towns and villages in the bay include, from east to west: Llanelli, Burry Port(Porth Tywyn), Pembrey(Penbre), Kidwelly(Cydweli), Ferryside(Glanyfferi), Llansteffan, Laugharne(Talacharn), Pendine(Pentywyn), Amroth, Wisemans Bridge(Pont-yr-ŵrddoeth), Saundersfoot and Tenby(Dinbych y Pysgod).
There are fine beaches at Pendine Sands, Cefn Sidan, Laugharne, Llansteffan and Ferryside.
The cockle and mussel beds are located in these areas.
— excerpt from Carmarthen Bay Wikipedia page
The Original John’s Plaice, Wigton Road, Carlisle is located in the building of an old Little Chef restaurant.
That’s where the commonalities end.
For £9.75 you can feast on fresh haddock, chips and mushy peas.
Their curry sauce is the best chip-shop curry I’ve ever had.
If you ever find yourself on the Wigton road, stop in.
“In all the years I’ve been going , I’ve ever been in the Lake District when it’s not been raining, at some time.”
My colleague, driving today.
I think we’ve been here before.
A guard vessel, in terms of fishing boats, is a fishing boat that stops it’s fishing activity
It is assigned as a stationary guard near an area of the sea where fishing can’t take place, near a wind turbine or an area where work is being carried out.
During this time, it removes all it’s fishing gear.
To be contactable by all vessels, it monitors the Marine VHF safety and emergency channel, 16.
Fishing vessel crew member watching the Princess Seaways passenger and cargo ferry leaving the Port of Tyne, Newcastle.
Gleaner II, tied up alongside North Shields Fish Quay. High winds expected.