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Aston Boats for us as well good boats good service and near &handy to Felixstowe.

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I have had good service in the last few yrs from Alpha craft, although Moores and Faircraft Loynes are pretty good, although my real favourite was Jack Powles, maybe because i was an apprentice there back in the 60's

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Hi rafsa,
welcome to the site mate Smile

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Welcome Rafsa,

Just a thought but don't happen to know where the member who is looking for a Collins 'bow star' badge might get hold of one do you?

SILLY BOY, WILLIAM no I did know we were talking about a blue diamond really!!! honest

'This mooring line is very short but it doesn't seem to matter because we are not going anywhere'  Bill...

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1.  I'm with Shakespeare, We have been with Royalls for something approaching 20 years now having been boating on the broads for over 40. We have used Richardsons, Brink Craft (in the days of Mr Brinkhoff), Ernest Collins, Moores and Fairline in the passed, but once we found Royalls we stayed with them.

2. Bill, If I can find someone who will let me take a mould from theirs, I will make you one in Resin.

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I thoroughly recommend Royalls as well, the boats are immaculate  and the family run service is second to none, we've been booking with them for 16 years now, roll on August and Royal Ambassador ! Also been with Horning Pleasurecraft and Richardsons, but the boats weren't a patch on Royall's !  

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Just aswell im on 'Royal Continental' in July then, seems like their very good. Have either of you been on 'Continental'??

Tom

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Royal Continental is almost identical to Royal Ambassador, a boat we have hired many times. The main (if not only) difference is that Continental has a hip bath.

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Thanks for the welcome , i am looking forward to have some interesting chats on this site

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Present boatyard is Moonfleet well cared for boats very helpful and friendly staff and certainly the neatest and tidiest yard on the Broads.
Former yard with hire boats Russells, as above, and they sold diesel at a reasonable price.

Regards-Steve

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