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JamesLons
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Some of the pubs you can reserve a mooring for your boat and find out if they have the match on and ring them up.

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If I remember correctly it takes around 5 hours to get to Yarmouth, if you use the tides to your advantage.

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5 hours is about right.

There are lots of interesting places to moor between Stalham and Yarmouth, but remember that most of them are at the start of the trip. Once you get beyond Acle Bridge, moorings get few and far between. Really, there is only Stokesby and Stracey Arms before Yarmouth on that stretch of the Bure.

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