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evanspackham
Oct-26-2006 @ 2:01 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all,

Does anyone have any advice or information please. Will be intending to moor at Ludham Bridge on a Friday evening in May and wondered if there was enough 'space' to accommodate usually. Also when I get to Horning and Wroxham Saturday morning - where is there any mooring?  

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Linda

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Linda

Ludham Bridge will not be a problem, there is usually lots of mooring there upstream of the bridge.

Saturday is change over day so boatyards are full and public moorings much less so. However, there is never enough mooring in Horning. The area round the ferry is usually less busy. Wroxham is usually OK assuming you can get through the bridge.

Nigel
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The nearer the bridge you are, the more you will hear traffic noise, obviously. I like to moor up further along where the river starts to bend. It's not far to walk down to the shops and facilities and, inevitably you get far less people passing your boat! You get some cracking sunsets across the fields...

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Linda,
You can allways phone the New Inn at Horning and book a mooring.
Its free if you use the pub and Gus will help you moor.
The phone number is in the guide at the bottom of the page.

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Oct-27-2006 @ 5:29 PM                           Permalink
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Thanks Nigel,

I think it is safe to assume we will not be going through the bridge!!! - Three ladies on a large hire craft - We will be extemely proud of ourselves if we even manage to get our feet onto dry land at least once during our short break!!! I can manage the boat - but I have some awful nightmares about my friends launching themselves off onto the bank!!!! - Hopefully rope in hand.

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Thanks Roya,

The New Inn (can't place it) - have not been on the Broads for some time - I know The Swan - It wouldn't have changed it's name would it? Anyway - thanks for that information - I'm sure I will use it.

Linda

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There are three pubs in Horning.
Coming upstream from the Ant, you will first reach the Ferry, then the New Inn and then the Swan.

The New Inn is next to a large blue shed.



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