|Gavin277||-- Mar-4-2014 @ 8:09 PM|
After much deliberation we have finally booked our first cruise that we sail ourselves.
The brink craft quartet at Wroxham .
Any help with places to visit on a 1 week cruise would be gratefully received also moorings that are dog friendly
|JennyMorgan||-- Mar-4-2014 @ 9:12 PM|
Hi Gavin, welcome to the Broads. Depending on the size of your hound I suppose most Broads moorings are relatively dog friendly. If he/she's a Newfy or Wolf Hound then I suppose lugging him/her up and down the ladders at Gt Yarmouth might be a bit of a challenge though. Some pubs are dog friendly, some are not. A search on that subject should bring it up. Enjoy!
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|TravellingMan||-- Mar-4-2014 @ 10:42 PM|
Be careful of Cockshoot, the wire mesh on the boardwalks is not doggie paw friendly and the gaps between the boards are also dodgy. Our English Springer had a mishap there but fortunately there was a vet around on the boat next door. His view was that he would not walk a dog on that surface.
|boat-mad||-- Mar-5-2014 @ 12:36 PM|
Here is a link to previouse forum posts on this subject. Dog Friendly Pubs
|Gavin277||-- Mar-5-2014 @ 6:41 PM|
Thanks for the advice can't wait for the start date to arrive
By the way Moët is a most of the time very well behaved weinerama
|cas||-- Mar-6-2014 @ 8:07 PM|
Hi there Gavin, if you have one week its best to stick to the northern side as going through Yarmouth can take a few days & you have to wait around for the tides. There are loads of places to visit & most should be dog friendly. We always visit Ludham, Potter Heigham, Ludham bridge,How hill, Stalham, Acle bridge (for the pub!) And a few wild moorings along the way. Hope you have a great time !
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