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I reported that Singapore II had been sold and would be leaving the broads.  Her new owner who is now a continuous cruiser on the canals has stared the journey to Essex the boat's new home. I have copied this from the owners canal boating blog.

Having a lovely holiday... Picked up Singapore yesterday, took her from Thorpe St. Andrew to Brundall where we arrived ten minutes too late to get diesel, but that meant we could spend all night on the diesel wharf, so that was ok. We went to the Yare pub for dinner which was not at all bad, and had a shower, which wasn't bad either, but nor should it have been seeing that it cost a pound, as it seems do most things on the Broads.


We set off this morning after filling up (at ?1.21 a litre!) while is was still magically misty, and after a gorgeous day we are now at Reedham, Where the Lord Nelson was pretty dreadful but the Ship was OK, and we have just celebrated Jim's birthday there. Tomorrow onwards to Lowestoft where we are meeting Moomin tomorrow, and then on Sunday, Graham, who is going to pilot us to Walton.



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