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Quote " Hey my boats got an airdraft of 0ft, that'll make easy to get under Potter!"

Or it might be another way of telling you ... your boat has sunk lol...


best regards, Richard.

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Just looked ours up as well. Lots of mistakes and we have 0 height as well that will be good next time we are up to get under some bridges.

Trevor & Deirdre

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One thought. I would not think that advising people about the ability of a particular boat being able to pass under a specific bridge or set of bridges, as you will be making yourself liable to legal action if that boat ends up in trouble getting under a bridge.

Most hire craft will have to use a pilot at particular bridges. The pilots have a list of boat airdrafts, and have the final say about passing under a bridge.


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Thanks for your advice waterbuoy!

We've seen plenty of pictures this year of boats stuck under Yarmouth Bridges. Don't want to add to anymore Smile

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No one has asked this question yet, but who is behind this venture?

A business connected with the Broads?
A group of enthusiastic members?

How is the venture funded?

Basically...
What's in it for you?

There must be quite a cost in setting up a new website, and maintaining accurate information.

How did all this get started?

Good luck with the new venture, I have had a look around, and I look forward to visiting the site again, as the site develops.






best regards, Richard.

Can't wait to be back on our boat on
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Hi and thanks for visiting,

There is significant work in setting up and maintaining a site. Basically I am an enthusiastic boater and helped by some friends on the Norfolk Broads. I am trying to provide the information we all need and want in an easy to read format, notices, tides, news events and more information on that boat cruising down the river!

As with many broads websites there is no commercial gain and as you can see from the nature of the site there are no paid sections and unfortunately self funded Frown

Due to the nature of security and registration compliance you will see the name of my company used if you dig deeply into the workings of the website.
This is essentially as these are registered with the Information Commissioner (IOC) as every UK site should be and carries relevant insurance policies. I take security very seriously.

The website and mobile apps allows playing about with different technology whilst hopefully being interesting to our visitors.

Enjoy visiting!



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Thank you very much for spending the time to answer my question.

I look forward to reading more as the site matures.


best regards, Richard.

Can't wait to be back on our boat on
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This website and its content is copyright of Broadland Boats - © Broadland Boats 2015. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than the following:
" Unauthorised use of this website may give rise to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offence"


Andrew - just a question - you have published your copyright clause - when did you get permission from us as owner to include our  vessel content ?  yet you have placed information about our property under YOUR copyright .  mmmmmm  Confused  Looking through your accreditation you are showing as a registered business. Please remove our vessel from your content .

Many thanks
Maggie


Steve & Maggie.


Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !


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Broadland Boats, PM sent.

Steve. CM1

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Hi Mercator,

I'm happy to remove your boat, but I would need you to provide me the registration details as I don't store previous communications, purely to assist with not holding personal data.

As you are aware the details of your vessel are publicly available, however we review data and therefore it is our modifications that fall under our copyright.

Having previously had a website copied including technical hardware images, I like to be in a position where I can legally request data that has been copied to be removed if warranted especially with all the effort that goes into the website.

As in my previous post the website does use a registered company within the website framework due to the requirements of complying with the Information Commissioner rather than providing a website outside compliance.

We look forward to seeing you on the river!

Regards,

Andrew





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thank you for your quick response Andrew. if you would kindly re visit your sent box in pm's on this site - you pm'd us yesterday with a link to our vessel. Your sent emails will remain live on the system. This will give you your reference .

many thanks
Maggie

Steve & Maggie.


Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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