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Hi all TOTAL NEWBIE any information most welcome, Hiring a cruiser from Stalham at start September, 1st boating Holiday for 7 Days, will it be very busy at this time of year as concerned about mooring at certain Places ie Horning,Ranworth and Womack, From reading on this Forum we will remain on the Northern Rivers, Not really planning to much, But hope to stay at Ludham Bridge first night then back up to How Hill next Morning then plan from day to day on the Bure, Thurne & Broads then back up the River Ant the day before Handover, Any Thoughts where to Visit, Eat, Drink etc most welcome


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Hi there ,
Welcome to the forum, well after a week on the broads ,I think you've summed it up nicely , we've found it was quiet last week , but your hotspots in ranworth , horning fill up quickly and early , potter heigham and Sutton stathie,we found a little quiet for this time of year ,but a great time to be afloat

steve and vicky

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And dont be frightened to use your mudweight, thats what they are for! If you enjoy the peace and quiet, you will get this best on a Broad, swinging gently to the breeze!!

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Maybe consider a dinghy too, you can then row ashore if you want too. It really takes the pressure off finding a mooring and being on the weight gets you out of that sardine tin environment you get a stern moorings.

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Paul.


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