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Brent
Sep-20-2005 @ 9:51 AM                           Permalink
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Did I mention only 2 days, 15 hours and 7 minutes to go? (Love that counter)

OK, how long from Stalham boatyard to both ranworth broad and Horning Ferry?  



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Hi Brent, at a steady pace just under two hours from Stalham to Ranworth and just over two hours to Horning, however you might want to allow an extra half hour and really take your time down the River Ant, it's an ideal spot to put your feet up and take it easy.

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Hi Brent,
Those time are great but heed the other advice and enjoy the river Ant it is a bit narrow in places but is pleasant to cruise.
If you do get into Ranworth on Saturday keep an eye out for the Scarlet Lady (the yacht not the wife) Linda, my daughter Clare and I will be aboard.
Jim  Cheers

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That their River Ant, sailed it a few times!

Is there a more beautiful, relaxing piece of water on the broads?

Has to be the winner for me.

And I will keep an eye out for you at Ranworth. Will probably end up fishing there on Sunday night.  

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hi both i hope to be back in the malsters on sat nite so hope to meet you both Smile

roya

where is my anorak.

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You got your own table in the Maltsters now Roy?


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