Here we have a few short clips of Ollie Acton
“The plan for the day was to find a flat water spot at high tide when the sun was due to shine with the view of grabbing some decent footage. With the forecast showing 35 knots and huge swells it looked like it could be a little challenging.
Having personally lived, worked and sailing at West Wittering I know the area well and there was one spot we thought would work nicely. We ended up about a mile into Chichester Harbour on a sand spit. The wind was essentially offshore there meaning that as you approaching the sand spit the chop dissipated and the wind dropped off slightly, perfect for moves and it’s definitely worth remembering for a high tide Southerly forecast!”