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Feb-18-2014 @ 7:25 PM                           Permalink
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We are hiring a boat from stalham richardsons & was wondering can you moor overnight in other hire boat yards.if so how do you go about it
Many thanks.   Chalkey

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all hire yards have an agrement that any other hire boat can moor in each others yards except friday night, so just turn up and pick your spot.

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yep you'll be made welcome , but as zac has already pointed out , take over days you are asked to keep out of them ,ie ,friday afternoon round to saturday evening , some yards could even be wednesdays/ thursdays ,think ferry marina yard , your asked to be up and away by 8.30am on a friday too ,

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Chalkey hi,

As stated mooring at boatyards may be restricted on changeover days so it may be worth giving the relevant boatyard a call on the day.  You can .Click Here for more information on mooring in general and at boatyards. or Click Here for a list of boatyard telephone numbers

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Great help
Cheers guys

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There are much pleasanter places to moor than boatyards though.

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