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Jul-02-2010 @ 11:37 AM                           Permalink
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We are hiring silver spirit from silverline in brundall for a week in mid
september.  There will be 5 adults and an infant. Can anyone suggest a
route for us to follow?  We are after a quiet, relaxing holiday.  Not
remotely interested in going to Norwich or any towns, prefer nature
spotting and quiet moorings!  Is it ok to have a bbq on the riverside at
any of the public moorings and where would be a good place to stop for
the first night?  Don't want to overstretch ourselves the first day.  Any
suggestions gratefully recieved. X

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Hi Nicola and welcome.

You could have a very relaxing time just staying on the Southern rivers.  If you head upstream from Brundall you will soon come to the mooring opposite Ferry Inn Surlingham, one of our favourite overnight spots.  You can then get properly sorted out on the boat.  It is probably worth a run up to Norwich, you can then turn at the yacht station, fill the water tank and run away.  On the way you will see other places to moor/visit including  The Whitlingham country park, Thorpe village (bridge clearances permitting), Wood End etc.

Then down stream for the River Chet and Loddon,  the Waveney for remote moorings and Beccles and Oulton Broad if you wish.  All the places are actually quite tiny.

With regards to barecues see this thread BBQ


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