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Am really pleased for you. Sounds like Cynric has a lovely new home. We are often in the Horning area so will look out for you and I I will try not to drool when waving!

Look out for us - we are 23 feet of white plastic with a navy canopy. But usually clean Smile

Happy boating, Karen

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Hi Mark

Sounds like you got a great deal, having both boats under cover and in such a great location. Well Done!

Look forward to meeting up with you sometime on the river

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You done well to sort this out so quick Mark! We only discussed keeping Cynric in a wet shed on Tuesday!

It will really help to keep her looking good, and maintenance costs down, so its a positive move.

Was this the wet shed mooring i mentioned or was it a different one in the end?

All te best & look forward to seeing Cynric on the river in due course. .......There is a rumour we will finally see some sunshine soon! Smile

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Sunshine??? What is that? Smile

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Yes she's in the one you mentioned. It has lighting, water, power plus extra external mooring space & we can come and go as we please so it's absolutely ideal.

Amazing how quickly we managed to attract the perfect new home for Cynric really - but some things are just meant to be I guess so thanks for the tip off.

I think we'll be out and about whether the sun is shining or not so I'll try and give some prior warning as it seems quite a few people are looking forward to seeing Cynric back on The Broads.

Mark

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Hi Mark, So glad to see that Cynric is in good hands again, and back on the Broads once more. We visited her when she was at Freebody's just after we had bought Perrapin, the very last Commander, and brought her to the Thames in 2009. Full of admiration for the quality and style of her fit out. Perrapin still has her original 1968 interior and layout with Formica surfaces in the galley and heads. She is just today back in the water after a protracted winter hull re-fit. Nothing extensive but several areas where short lengths of planking had to be replaced. Not bad after three years. Testament to the way she was looked after at Stalham by her previous owners. Wish we could find a wet shed for her here! Best of luck !

Best Wishes - Peter

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Thanks Peter,

Hope you can find a wet shed soon.

Mark

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Just to let everybody know that Mark and Cynric are still enjoying one of my boat houses and that now I have another one available next door after full renovation for the first enquirer! privatemoorings@btinternet.com

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You have my envy, such a beautiful craft. Very much in the mould of some of the Bates Starcraft that I also love. Some years ago I lived along the Thames a little closer to Marlow and would often walk to Hurley, look around Peter's place, stroke a Riva or two and have lunch in The Old Bell. Peter's passing was much too early but it is great to see the business carry on.

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We are indeed still enjoying as much time as possible on board. Cynric has had a new coat of paint, a few planks replaced, a hull repaint and a number of hardware & internal improvements that all go towards making her an all-round all-year craft.

She has, in her life, been across to Holland and it is our intention to get her salt-side more often as she seems right at home in seaside harbours.

She lives in David's boat house usually protected by full canvas covers with a dehumidifier & heaters which means she is always ready to cruise at any time of year. We've enjoyed Christmas, New Year, Easter & countless celebrations aboard & we look forward to many more.

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