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Hi all, can anyone tell me where I can purchase electricity cards for use on moorings with electric points?  May thanks


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Norfolk Marine sell them in Wroxham. Some post offices sell them along with some boat yards there is is list on the broads authority web site as well.

Trevor & Deirdre

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Any of the Yatch Stations or Information centres,

Doug.

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about his Broom !

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The Rangers also carry a supply for sale on their launches.

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post office at potter, broads information shop behind hoveton moorings.

Regards

Adrian, Michelle, Beck and Braydon,
the crew of FERZAN.

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BA list Here,
http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/boating/facilities/electric-boat-charging-points

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Here's a printable PDF List

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

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"Hi" All,
whilst on the subject of electric cards do the have a life ? only purchased some at the end of last season which where brown and red but do not work and I see this years cards are now green, have tried the old cards but they just slip in and out, can anyone tell me if they expire ??? Smile

Kindest Regards Mike

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I'm sure I used one earlier this year that was about 8 years old. Unless they change all the post card readers, I don't see how the cards can not work. Sure you weren't using a private card  in a BA post (or vice versa)?

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"Hi" No 100% sure they are BA cards purchased from Horning post office and tried to use them both at Ranworth and both of them just slip in and out but when I use the new ones you feel the machine grab the card and press some small dots into it and then your credit shows up on the post. Wink

Kindest Regards Mike

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