Edith May makes a good Passage
The summer barge matches are under way and Ed Gransden tells me a bit about the Passage Match, as viewed from Edith May.
Edith May was officially first over the start line as Lady of the Lea and Ardwina went over seconds before the gun. Edith May took the lead down the Thames and held it, going well throughout the day to be first barge into Harwich Harbour. Even though she had to do a dog leg as she passed a buoy the wrong side, she still managed to win by a comfortable margin. Repertor and Ardwina followed with Lady of the Lea bringing up the rear.
(Words and picture by Dave Brooks)
Posted on 30/06/2012, in Barge Matches, Passage Match, sb Ardwina, sb Edith May, sb Lady of the Lea, sb Repertor and tagged Ardwina, Barge matches, Dave Brooks, Ed Gransden, Edith May, Harwich, Lady of the Lea, Passage Match, Repertor. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.