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larson254
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Hi I have a 25ft boat and I am looking for a mooring to rent for 2018-19 regards Trevor


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Welcome to the forum.

Do you have a preference - northern or southern rivers?

Do you have any special requirements e.g electric hook-up, water, side or stern-on mooring?

Many marinas have a minimum length (for payment purposes), 30 or 35 feet, so you could find yourself paying for that length, even though your boat is only a 25 footer.

I see that you don't live locally, but making enquiries at prospective sites in person is likely to get better results than phoning or emailing.

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Hi, as Paladine says depends where you want to be. You may get more responses if you give more information. So to answer you question try Waterside Marine 01692 670961, speak to Lynne or John and see if they have anything to suit your needs. Good luck.

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Hi, swancraft at brundall have a couple of moorings available, no minimum charge, with all facilities. 01603 712362.

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There are moorings available at the back of Percys Island in Horning. A lovely spot but have to row across river to access. All part of the fun. Perhaps another member can let you have phone number. Will be there next week so will post it if you are interested.


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