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martinward
May-04-2022 @ 2:42 PM                           Permalink
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I recently e.mailed the pub and got a reply saying that the overnight mooring fee is £15 which includes an electrical hook-up if available. Unfortunately this is not refundable against purchases there.

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As I said earlier in this thread, we've booked a mooring in early July and have already been charged for it
I'm not bothered as I have a guaranteed spot in Horning, but I can see why it upsets some

On this subject, I heard that The Ferry at Stokesby have started charging for mooring, anyone confirm this and if so is it refundable against food/drink?

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The farm moorings were 8.00 overnight last weekend I believe.
Acle Bridge were 8.00 non refundable Easter

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I wonder how many car owners would be prepared to pay £15  to park a car there and have a meal or drink. ????


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For those that have already paid almost £500 per night for a luxury cruiser, I doubt that an additional £15 would be an issue.

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