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hi, although i have visited the broads on many occasions and im well aware of the affect of spring tides, i have never witnessed any flooding of any real degree.
does this ever happen anywhere? i have in the past had the experiance of a high tide nearly taking my boat onto the bank whilst moored at woods end, but i have often wondered if any of the river side properties suffer, especially with the recent rise in sea levels.

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They do flood, i always carry waders in the boot of the car so that i can get to my boat in brundall durring the winter months. the water was about 2 feet deep over the road at brundall bay marina a couple of weeks ago!

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Take a look at:
http://www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=22&Topic=2707
There have been a number of discussions on this topic, but this is the most recent.

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Yes they do, my boat was damaged in January 2004 at Thorpe St. Andrew, when we had very strong winds and high tides. Railway sleepers were floating down the road.

p.s. NEVER INSURE WITH NAVIGATORS & GENERAL.

mmm


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