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Oct-08-2014 @ 1:32 PM                           Permalink
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Looking for new mooring .. must be able to Moore side on.
Also be able to pay monthly as do now.
Boat is 37ft.

4 weeks to find somewhere.

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"Hi" GB
You will be hard pushed to find any moorings in Horning that will allow monthly payments, most of them are yearly from April to March & some from Jan to Dec.

Unless you can find a private mooring which are very hard to come be in the horning area.
Good Luck as you only have 4 weeks, you may have more luck towards Wroxham. Smile

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Or maybe try a little downstream on Malthouse Broad, Ranworth. Cators' moorings. Not Horning I know but also not that far away...at least by river. Smile

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As of 2 weeks ago ( when another member enquired) there were no available moorings at Ranworth bar one on the island moorings (tender needed to access). However, there is no option for monthly payments.

Karen

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Have you tried Horning Village Moorings opposite the Swan?
Now owned by the Cators.


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Not the same telephone number or branch of the Cator fsmily who run the moorings at Ranworth though.

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There are some new moorings opposite Southgates yard in Horning. When we called at Southgates on Sunday afternoon the chap serving us there said its £3000 per mooring! I would have thought it was priced per foot but seems not...

And that seems an awful lot, Horning or not, when you consider that a trip across river is required as the moorings are inaccessible by land.

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The village moorings at Horning  are now owned by the Cator family according to Roland.

Part of the Cator family that own Ranworth according to Alfie.
The family also own Salhouse and Decoy Broad I think you will find.


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Blimey £3,000 pa as you say seems an awful lot.   Do you get Butler service with that.

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It includes valet parking for your car, motor launch service to get you across the river, free electricity, free water, free WiFi and your boat gets washed twice a month.  LOL  LOL

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