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janeandandrew
Jun-16-2008 @ 4:50 PM                           Permalink
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Hi . This summer will only be our 2nd time on the broads so still finding our way around .
Does anyone have any suggestions for nice easy moorings for 2 boats not too far from potter heigham ? Wont be collecting boats til about 4 and according to tide table wont be able to pass under bridge at this time .
Dont mind whether moorings are free or paying ones but presume as we are talking about a Saturday in august everywhere will be very busy at this time.

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Womack or Thurne Dyke would be good close options...

if no room, turn left into the Bure (towards Acle) and moor just round the corner... You won't want to go much further really... but if you really don't mind an evening run on your first day out - go down to South Walsham and mudweight...

Whatever you do, get out of Potter Heigham!! LOL

Danny

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Sounds a bit like you would like to go through the bridge if you could for first night.  If that the case ask if it possible when you take boat over, if it will then problem solved.  If not you will be told when during your week it can, if it can at the state of the seasons tides.

Never been on the Broads in August so can't advise, if you or boat late maybe stop in the yard and make early start next day.   Womack would be my first choice but allways full on even my out of high season visits, its the sort of place moor at lunch time for the night.

Hope you get on well.

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David

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hi there ,
completely agree with Dannys suggestions , we go august , and is a very busy time of year for the broads , also please note that it pays to try and moor up by 2/3 pm as most places do tend to fill up ,especially northern broads ,
good luck and enjoy !!  boat-power

steve and vicky


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