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I have booked Pacific Vista from Pacific Cruisers based in Loddon.  Should I be concerned ?  Question

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Basically no but avoid the banks and specially any markers between Hardley Flood and hardley Cross

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Concerned? I don’t think so. Apparently the obstruction has been marked, and it’s to the side of the river. Simply keep clear of the marked area.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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Many thanks for responses. Now looking forward to September the 1st when we pick the boat up. Cheers

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Grendel, I imagine that if Bill wants to post it elsewhere, he will. Depends where he posts, but I think without his permission it would be wrong to copy and paste. Perhaps as an interim measure if you are concerned about people being informed, you direct them to this forum where posts can be read freely, without membership.

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I think in fact they now have there own post on site.  I only post here and would prefer to be able just to be able to update my own postings as necessary.  'Copy & Posts' can get misleading if all do not get updated at the same time.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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Many thanks Bill for your further comments, and I do agree with your view on the copy and paste thing.

I also find it a rather frustrating when "members" who left here and stopped posting a long time ago decide to sign in again and post when they want to copy something and take it elsewhere. A tad cheeky in my view.

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Asking permission to use what is, in effect, copyright material, is surely better than just 'nicking it'. According to the poster on NBN, Bill gave his permission, and origin has been acknowledged, so I can't actually see a problem.

I think we are big enough to rise above the petty criticisms seen elsewhere. That people come back, no matter for how brief a time, shows we still have something to offer them. It shows, as well, that we are still a 'go-to' forum, even if the lurkers 'went-from'. Smile

But I do understand how you feel, Karen&Mike  Wink  

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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I don't think that there is any limit on the number of times one can travel on the road to Damascus.  tounge-in-cheek  Although these days the journey can be bumpy to say the least!

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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I agree that asking is better than simply taking, but I still think it s cheeky to maintain membership for a long period without ever contributing, then reappear  when wanting to use an item posted here for the new "club" of preference. That's my grumble.

I think it's because I'm a very loyal person and my mum and dad always brought me up to do the right and proper thing ,  but these days I accept that's an old fashioned concept. Good Lord  I sound 100 years old lol.

I  don't  read any other forums  so wouldn't know what has been posted about this elsewhere, nor that Bill had given permission. Hence I posted my caution, and my views.

Karen


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A reply from the authority indicates that the quay head involved is the responsibility of E.A who have contacted BESL as their agents and a respond is awaited.  Marking with a yellow float and stakes is being monitored.


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