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Marshman
Aug-24-2021 @ 11:39 AM                           Permalink
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And my suspicion too, is that you probably have next to no chance of getting through Potter Bridge up towards Hickling, except in exceptional circumstances!

Ex Pilot may come along and tell me I am wrong but its not especially the airdraft that would just be the issue but the beam.

Although Karen has mentioned the LB situation, they are mainly actively discouraged by the BA, and moorings where you can officially are a bit like hens teeth! Not sure how many there are in Broadland in total  - but they are limited to say the least!!!

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Yes the more I hear the less I think that potter bridge is route I will ever consider.

And as for moorings, it is going to be a uphill slog just finding anything never mind long term if we eventually decide we'd like to LB

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Karen wrote " I thought it possibly a relevant point to pick up on. If it's thought to be a liveaboard  (correct or not) then that in itself could well affect his chances."

Good point, Karen. I made the assumption that Alan mentioned washing machines because his new boat has one fitted perhaps being unaware that it is not common practice unless it is a liveaboard.

Still, we all know what happens when we make assumptions!  Smile

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Hey Alan, there's nothing wrong with navigating up to Potter Heigham to explore that area it's just that you'll have to moor on the Herbert Woods side and will not be able to reach Hickling unless....

Have you thought about a little tender?  Smile

Too much to take in I know. Sorry, sort out what you have first!



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something I will look into, I do have a blow up canoe Playful

alan

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