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MrNewies
Mar-25-2011 @ 10:51 PM                           Permalink
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Hi,
Hiring a Broadland Saturn from Richardson's in Stalham in May.
Any suggestions for a mooring for the 1st night?
Also, anyone hired this boat? Impressions of it?

Thanks guys,
Rich.

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Why not take aq steady amble down the Ant to Luddham Bridge?

Great moorings, boatyard and pub. What more do you need

Try clicking the Hireboat info link, bottom right of this page and do a search for your boat there.

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I guess it depends on if you are a "want to do it all in three days" person or happy to see things as you go along. Ludham Bridge is an excellent suggestion, but it would a shame to miss some of the places off Barton Broad, either on the way in or out. Neatishead and Gays Staithe are mooring places (think I saw somewhere about work being done at Neatishead Moorings)On the way down the Ant is How Hill, a good place for children and dogs to expend energy! Enjoy!

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hi there ,
welcome to the forum , it would help us if you could say how many nites your on aboard ?
thank you

steve and vicky

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Last summer half term we were out of Stalham by 2-30 but Ludham Bridge was full so ended up at St Benetes so had to cook which was not the plan so just be careful if you want to eat It was bank holiday Monday though.

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Hi guys,
thanks for the advice and suggestions.
we are staying a week and will be looking mainly to re-discover the north broads this time.
we intend to just take our time, to be spontaneous, go with the flow and enjoy what can only be described as one heck of a well deserved spring break...


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Watcha... oooor how about sailng to barton and just chucking the mudweight over board (with a rope attached of course) and spending the night in the beautiful isolation of Barton broad itself...

Really lovely waking up in the middle of nowhere away from land.


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