When you look at the chart Chapman’s Pool appears to be the perfect anchorage, the one you dream about finding if you are cruising to get away from it all. It is a semi-circular bay with steep sides for protection and little sign of human habitation to spoil the delights of isolation. Located on the south coast between Poole and Weymouth, it is an anchorage that is usually bypassed by yachts cruising this stretch of coastline, but it can be a popular spot for day-trippers on a hot sunny day.
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