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This one looks good!
http://www.broadsnet.co.uk/riveryare6.htm

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The Broads is a member of the
National Parks family, it is
NOT a National Park though.

Worth a read:
http://www.thegreenbook.org.uk

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Indeed JM - but a shame no mention could be found of the facilities for  masting of yachts.....

Happy to support the honest and reliable pubs and businesses of The Norfolk Broads.

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Can't see any reason for the type being grey rather than black, the words highlighted could be in bold and it would make it much easier for those with poorer eyesight to read.

We crossed Breydon west to east last year, a trip we have made many times. It was early and we were watching the sunrise. My friend wsa driving and I noticed he had drifted over towards the remains of the training wall, he corrected his course and all was well. I don't know if a post was missing but on our return I noticed that the warning sign for the hazard coming from the Berney end is right up against the bank, well away from the channel, then there is nothing until the end of the semi submerged stakes, where there are several warnings for those coming from Yarmouth. I think there is a real need for a post with warning sign somewhere along the remains of the wall.

Roy

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Thank you Peter; an interesting read.

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Poppy, us WAFI's know what we are doing Evil Grin

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The Broads is a member of the
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NOT a National Park though.

Worth a read:
http://www.thegreenbook.org.uk

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Agreed JM, but not all of us - judging by what I see on the Northern rivers  - but lets not risk this thread degenerating into a them and us like another has   Wink

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"Indeed JM - but a shame no mention could be found of the facilities for  masting of yachts....."

Yes, I too was saddened at the omission of dolphins.

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Must have been written during the dolphin close season.

Poppy, degenerates on NBF? Naaaaaa!

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The Broads is a member of the
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NOT a National Park though.

Worth a read:
http://www.thegreenbook.org.uk

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Thought this link may be of interest to those under sail.
http://www.robin.me.uk/Broads/yarmouth/yarmouth_master.htm


Kind Regards
Alan...
www.mynorfolkbroadsboating.co.uk/

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Thanks for the link to this one, Peter - I'll add it to the file. Always handy to have the extra bit of info.

Steve & Maggie.

Magellan (Westward 38)

Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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