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Nov-21-2009 @ 8:09 PM                           Permalink
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Thats kind of you but you don't have to-don't go out of your way!

I didn't even know you could get to it by road lol- don't think i've ever seen an entrance thinking about it!

Thanks again everyone!

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Going north from Yarmouth on Caister Road, it's the pair of gates on the left past the Esso garage. Just before Bure park.

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Colingy

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Nov-21-2009 @ 8:46 PM                           Permalink
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It really is a disgraceful eyesore. This is unfortunate as it could be a real asset both to the Broads and to Yarmouth.  



Jenny Morgan,
A vane, a boat, but not a bird.

The Broads, not a National Park.
Save 'Po'er Ham' Bridge!

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When returning from South to North a couple of weeks ago we decided to make for Marina Quays to raise the mast and stop for a coffee, partly because the water was so low at the yacht station and partly because there was still some of the ebb flowing. I began to have second thoughts as we approached as the moorings looked so derelict, the mooring posts were in such shocking condition and also the water looked very shallow. We approached very cautiously where the water looked a bit deeper (towards the upriver end) but we touched bottom 2 or 3 feet from the bank and hurriedly aborted. Thankfully we were going very slowly so it wasn't a problem. Returned to mid-stream and raised mast/hoisted sails there and sailed up against the last of the ebb - there was plenty of wind so it wasn't too tough. But I would not plan on stopping there again except in an emergency.

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