Sounds like it has already been discussed, so no need to run with it --- and yea, he is kinda close to the beach, but at the same time, with foreshortening out to that tower, I can't really tell how far out/in he actually is. I nkow a lot of little boats seem to shoot that gap as the current
there along the Marin headlands seems to always run counter to what is happening in the main channel --- so it is called "the headlands sneak" at our marina here. Not "local enough" at this point to try it --- we just use the main channel and the primary tide direction to make our passage
, but even going out with the ebb with little wind
, and in with the flood, I'm very impressed by how often the water
stands up, curls, etc. Hoping to learn more as we go, hopefully viacariously and safely!