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steve
Aug-15-2005 @ 3:45 PM                           Permalink
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hi all ,
tried out the fishermans bar at Burgh castle last tuesday while waiting for tide to drop at the Yarmouth bridges ,must say friendly staff and round of drinks cheap to !
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steve and vicky


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hi steve
yep i think this plaice??? is good.
place ok

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now about my bilges.
as frankie howard used to suit yourselves lol

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Same here Steve, we always stop there, plus, if you promise not to tell anyone, walk up the road to the left for about 10 mins, there's a nice little camp site with post office, and a great swimming pool. They were quite happy for us to use it as long as we bought a few drinks, Wink
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hi steve,glad to see you vicky and the kidds have had a good trip. i have posted several times about the fishermans we have spent many a good night in the bar,glad you liked it

no i said forwards !!! whoops !!

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i also had a nice lunch in there last year ,some sort of burger..very nice though...or was it the year previous??
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you see, good point about the forum here!

I never stop here as it doesn't look very inviting to me, always gone the berney instead. This year had planned a stop at St Olaves (for obvious reasons) with an early start for Gt Y, but having seen this might try the Fishermans

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what are the moorings like ?

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hi richard ,
there are a few moorings outside the pub ,but just past goodchild marine are BA 24hr moorings that hold quite a few moorings a stones threw away from the pub
cheers

steve and vicky

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hi richard dont think the moorings at the pub would be too good for a saily boat quite a big drop in the water level,but the ba moorings are good like steve has said and only a short walk away.

no i said forwards !!! whoops !!

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word of warning about the BA moorings though.

On your way back from the pub remember that you must walk around the back of the marina, not straight along the river bank! Otherwise we shall have to call those good folks from the Broads Lifeboats out for you.

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