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Paladine
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Here's a project for someone with deep pockets. Spotted heading downstream at Wroxham this afternoon. At least it floats!

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
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It,s always a pity to see a boat in this condition,particularly after having previously hired her many years ago. This one is a former Sanderson Marine hirecraft.
           Brian.

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Was aboard this one at age 11. So sad. Strange design, but reasonably spacious inside. Never got the logic behind the front having no deck as such, just the cabin roof extending to the edges. more room inside, I suppose. This looks like a scrapper. There's another one at Martham Boats graveyard.

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Ex Sanderson marine reedham , as said they had some funny shape designs back then , but each yard had there own design style boats ,

steve and vicky

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The fenders maybe salvageable. Otherwise prime firewood.
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such a shame i owned a woody. Sold it on to old couple they let there family use it .
nearly cried when i was told wayford yard burnt it ,i was told it was beyond econ repair. Question

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I'd say it's safe to scrap that one. Yikes.

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Some folks have allotments, some have garden sheds, and some take craft like this home and hide in them all day. If you don't have to pay for storage in a boatyard, you can have years of fun with a boat like this, replacing a plank or two per year, re-cabling the steering gear, fixing the deck and roof leaks,...

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Pulpit rail looks good.

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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>>> and some take craft like this home and hide in them all day. If you don't have to pay for storage in a boatyard, you can have years of fun with a boat like this <<<

Hoy, Mike! have you been poking around in my garden ????

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