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Karen&Mike
Jan-28-2022 @ 8:14 PM                           Permalink
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Side -on moorings are charged by boat length so you might have better luck with anywhere that has those type. There are some side on moorings at Cox’s. I’ll also pm you with some contact info.

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Jan-28-2022 @ 8:18 PM                           Permalink
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If you have a choice then I would head down onto the River Waveney, a good sailing river, unlike the Ant! The harbour master at Oulton Broad will probably be able to help. I'm afraid that Broads marina owners prefer rich motorboat owners!

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Jan-28-2022 @ 9:35 PM                           Permalink
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What draft do you need?

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Jan-28-2022 @ 9:36 PM                           Permalink
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Have you tried Barnes B

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Jan-28-2022 @ 12:55 AM                           Permalink
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Just 2.5-3 foot of draft for me Smile

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Jan-29-2022 @ 7:41 AM                           Permalink
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We still have spaces left at Ludham Marina for anyone looking for a mooring.  Contact the office on 01692 580200 or visit the NBYCO website for further details.

Tom5235.The above message was posted on this site a couple of days ago 27/02/22.




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Jan-29-2022 @ 10:30 AM                           Permalink
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A three foot draft is good, most of the traditional sailing boats on the Broads are three-three or three-six deep.

Re a mooring for a short boat, might be worth asking Martham Boats.



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Have you made enquiries at any of places suggested?

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Jan-30-2022 @ 9:11 AM                           Permalink
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I've spoken with a few people via pm. Iissed alot of these messages as I've been working on the boat for the last 2 days and not been looking at my phone much.

Thankyou for everyone's replies. I will certainly be giving everyone's suggestions calls on Monday!

Thanks once again!

Tom

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Jan-30-2022 @ 12:17 PM                           Permalink
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Sadly they rarely respond positively to calls or emails - you get a much much better response by getting on yer bike, and going to see people.

You get a better response as smaller yards do not have the time to respond to every call or email re moorings - my guess is they get loads of calls which come to nothing!!!!!

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Hi Tom A personal visit to boat yard id worth a thousand emails they like to see you in person plus you can see what's behind the scene so to speak, and how easy/difficult it is to access the yard. John

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