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Following a meeting of the Management today, it has been decided to offer FREE 24 hr MOORINGS to all Broads hire-boat traffic at the Port of Yarmouth Marina, (Marina Keys). This has been a result of continuing dialogue between Blakes Boating, The Broads Boat-Hire Federation and Eastern Pacific Leisure, (Marina Keys & Line Azzurro). Text The Management has gone beyond its required quota of free-berths as a gesture to reinforce its commitment to holiday boating on the Norfolk Broads.
FREE MOORINGS will be available from Saturday 18th June 2005.
Am checking with Richard on this one please disregard first post until we can check it's legit If not there is someone who ought to be keel hauled No official confirmation and message timed just when the office would be closed
I could have sworn the book said turn right at the yellow marker at Yarmouth. I think that was coming the other way! Bill...
I am confirming that following discussions with my Management, from Saturday 18th June 2005, moorings for both Hire-craft and Private-craft will be free of charge at Marina Keys, Port of Yarmouth Marina.
Private-craft will be able to moor only on a 24hr basis as we do charge private-craft for long term mooring. Any stay by Private-craft beyond 24hrs must be referred to the Marina Management.