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Subject to survey we will be seeking a mooring on the Northern rivers later this month , currently have an offer in Wroxham @£2040 for a 30ft ocean 30 (with bathing platform at the moment but will be removing it)
We would prefer a quieter mooring than busy riverside basin in Wroxham does anyone know of any  suitable availability pref with water and leccy

Thank you in advance

Simon and Kate

no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

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Try Porter & Haylett opposite the public moorings in Wroxham. Good facilities , half the price and very quiet.    
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Sorry should have said , airdraft is 7ft 10

no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

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Try broadsedge marina stalham , very , very nice moorings , electric and water available , very quiet moorings , with everything at hand in the town ,

steve and vicky

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Thank you for your valued suggestions , so far

no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

simon
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'Morning, Simon - pm sent.

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Congratulations on becoming an owner!  New adventures await.  

I love to read of members who have hired and then eventually bought, just as many of us here have done after being bewitched by the Broads and all it has to offer.

I remember following you for a short while along the Bure when you had hired one of the new Broom boats a few seasons back. We turned off before Horning so never got the chance to get your attention but you had your forum thingy on the back so we knew it was you.

Bet you are excited about the coming season, so happy boating and hope you get a mooring sorted soon. I can't help you on that, but If I hear of anything I will post up.

All the best, and can we have pics soon! Karen

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We did indeed hire a Broom cadet "Cavell" a couple of times , the last time was three years ago , a lovely boat

no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

simon

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Yes that was the one! V nice indeed.

Welcome to the empty wallet club by the way  Wink   Playful  

Karen

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