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Hi does anyone know if privately owned boats are allowed to moor at hire boatyards, outside of changeover days? Thanks

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From the notices outside most of the yards they are available for boats from other hire boatyards but not for private boats, I have asked at a few in the past but those I asked refuse to let me moor even at times when the weather was not good.

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Thanks for that, we thought that was the case, but a friend had heard the opposite so I just wanted to check!

"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."


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Herbert Woods let you moor for a fee we have used them even Barnes and Royalls in worxham but they all normally charge so long as they space. There maybe others as well.
The one that has a sign to say no is faircraft in wroxham others you would have to ask.

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Some will let private boats moor for a fee. I believe Barns and Herbert Woods for instance do this.

Garry

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Just beat me Trevor.

Garry

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hi there ,
i've usually moor in some hireboat yards over our easter / august / october hols , i always offer to pay a mooring fee , some take it , some won't it take but thank me for the offer , just remember though to keep away /out of hireboat yards friday's , saturdays , due change over of boats ,the only yard i've heard of that does'nt let private boats moor in , is faircraft lyons ,

steve and vicky

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Richardsons let privateers moor at Stalham, although common sense should be applied and busy times avoided.

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wow, this is looking much better, thanks everyone

"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."


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Drl marine services at womack water let you moor during the week (4£)but have to move by 9am Friday good moorings and only 50p more than parish staithe and a better view down river,this is a fairly  new service you couldn't moor there before even if you was a hire boat they are not in the federation


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