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Hello all.   Can anyone give me some information on
Broadsedge marina please?

Is there any security as I will often be leaving my
boat for weeks due to the distance from me?

What facilities are there?  Toilets/showers?  What
about winter storage ashore?

Also I noticed in photographs, there are no paths, does
the grass get very muddy in the winter?

Basically I'm looking for a good base for my boat when
I move it to the Broads next spring. I live in
Northamptonshire, and won't be down at the boat every
week. Sometimes I might not be able to get down for 3
or 4 weeks.  

I like the look of St Olaves marina as it has good
security, but would prefer to be on the Northern
rivers.  Is there anywhere that is secure, has
facilities and isn't massively expensive?

My boat is a JG Meakes Madeira, 27ft (8.2M).  I don't
want to pay more than £1500 a year for a mooring.

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Its where my last boat stayed and its also where the next boat will stay too .....which speaks volumes ??

give Dave a call at Broadsedge and talk direct ,iam sure he will answer all your questions and with honesty

01692 582881 and if you get the answer phone - leave your number - he will return the call (he maybe away from the office

Finny

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With a top line budget of £1500 for a 27ft boat the world on the northern side is very nearly your oyster as it were.

The Wet-shed at Richo's Stalham will come in at under £1300 for you there.

Security - well your boat is undercover for one and therefore out of view of the public.

Car parking is not muddy it is on crusher run lit at night with 24 x Hr cctv on said car park, the main gate to Richo's is locked at night, as berth holders we have the combination for the lock on the gate.

Access into the shed via pedestrian door which is always locked, key issued to berth holders only.

Inside the shed there are 3 x further 24 x Hr cctv cameras, lighting, power and fresh water.

Richo's yard have a shower/toilet block which is locked at the end of the working day, as a berth holder you would be issued with a key for said block.

The only fly in t ointment though is that I have a suspicion that they prefer bigger boats in there thereby increasing their revenue, (Understandable)  but this is only a suspicion as there are some 30 odd footers and smaller in ther right now and I would have thought that a 27 x footer is better renting a berth than no boat at all.

Hope this helps,


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And Poppy, you're getting silly now, I suspect there are not Mods monitoring the forum every minute of every day for goodness sake!!


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Thank you very much.

Sorry Poppy, did I ask something I shouldn't. Sorry if I
did.

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I presume you mean this has been discussed before?

I did a search before posting and found a few threads
about Broadsedge, but none answering my questions
above.

Unlike many of you, I'm not a regular, and hadn't see
the previous discussions before.

Off to get my coat....



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