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A couple of photo's I have found from our last holiday

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What great pictures. Norfolk sunsets are fantastic, if you can just remember to photograph them.

Do you have to pay a mooring fee on the section you were moored at, we have always managed to get on to the BA moorings further up.
Being 23 feet long has it's advantages ? lol

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Great pics, have you entered them for the callendar comp? You should!

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Fantastic pics Dave, you should enter them into the calender 2016 competition.

Richard yes there a fee to pay if you moor after the Pubs  section ie when heading down river, (or first section if headed up river    

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Thanks Guy's

No I have not entered them into the calendar of the year contest, maybe I will try to enter them

We were on the farm moorings I think it was a 4.00 pound overnight fee

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Thanks Mark and David for the info on the mooring fees.
We have been lucky so far and managed to moor at the BA moorings.

CAUTION:-
I will say, to anybody who moors on the BA moorings, that the last one, ie nearest to Yarmouth, at low tide the concrete end... there are all sorts of nasties there, hence there are no further mooring posts, but some do try to allow their boat to extend into this region...
Stern gear, props etc could be damaged, even a risk of holing.
This section is not part of the BA moorings, and there are no warnings either. (well not the last time we moored there).
We have seen a few boats grounded there.

best regards, Richard.

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