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I know that Stalham has got a public staithe but seem to recall that moorings there were fairly limited. Is there
anywhere else where one can moor a private boat for an hour or two within easy walking distance of Stalham?

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When Richo's quays are deserted with their hire fleet being out, I'm sure they will allow you a few hours stay as long as you check in at the office, then it is only a short walk into the village.


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Agreed.  

The (small) moorings for the broads museum are also at Richardson's entrance so you could use them and visit the museum as well.

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Apart from handover days, Moonfleet permits and no charge

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Moored in Richardsons last Thursday lunchtime, as all the public staithe was full. Asked if I was ok there, and told "No problem", just don't moor past the sign they put out to that effect. They are most accommodating, in my opinion. I do try the staithe first, though.

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quote:"......
the village
......."

Wadaya mean? Village?

Stalham is a town!

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I spose technically it is a town, I just always seem to refer to the place as a village, no idea why either   Confused


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I know where your coming from Griff, I always do the reverse, call Wroxham a town when I think it's officially a village.
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