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Apr-28-2005 @ 11:20 PM                           Permalink
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Hi,

Please could someone enlighten us on the rules of mooring.  Apart from our own berth are we allowed to moor anywhere along the river or do we have to reach another marina/mooring where we would pay a overnight fee.  What sort of expense is an average overnight mooring?

If we have metal pegs are we allowed to knock 'em into the ground at the side of the river and moor overnight? (not that i can see us wanting to) Just want to check the rules!

Thanks in advance!

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Hi you can moor almost anyware on the side of the river unless it says no mooring there are a lot of mooring spots where you will be the only boat around, peace and quite.
Robin

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unless it says "no mooring" the skys the limit - or should that be rivers ?

But don't use mooring spikes, they're great on the thames, but on the fens use a rond anchor, they're designed for the soft peat and they set firmer when pulled.


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