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Could be the first of many "accidents" with such machines me thinks...

Approaching the East coast on a wild dark night will get even more interesting

as the green energy industry moves more and more off-shore.

When these beasts are operational will they display lights, or just have lighted bouys around an "exclusion zone"

I must admit that sailing off the East coast gives me colly-wobbles even in daylight on a good day, unless I am well out of sight of land, and then these things start to appear...!

Time to do another set of Notices to Mariners and add another set of wind and wave energy sites to my paper charts (they will appear on the updates for the chart plotter in another three years time if I'm lucky (and fork out the dosh to buy the updates from Garmin!))


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