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Mamhead Slipway, Exmouth, Devon
England

Mamhead Slipway is the most accessible of trailing a boat into the Exe Estuary, and also a great location for catching crabs or just relaxing and watching the fishing boats returning from the sea.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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Uploaded: 19/04/2009
Updated: 30/09/2014
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Tags: exmouth; devon; fishing; boat; dock; beach; rocks; tide; estuary; dawlish; dawlish warren; exe; river; sea; ocean; sand; water
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