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dannyb1
Jan-28-2007 @ 6:13 PM                           Permalink
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Hired a day boat on saturday from George Smith & Sons, they are based on the rhond in wroxham.

The boat a 24ft Sheerline with all facilities was superb and the owner Duncan greeted us very warmly and certainly made us feel very welcome.  I was very impressed with the overall service and the standard of the boat.  I would highly recommend the yard and I will certainly be returning in the future.

website well worth a look

http://www.dayboathire.com/

regards danny

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hi all ,
also please look at business link top righthand corner ,
cheers

steve and vicky

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I wholehearted agree - we use them every year - not the cheapest, but far more comfy than the Loynes type launches - stove and loo - the important thing and can be made relatively secure when you leave the boat

Craig

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As all regulars on the forum will know, I'm a rag and stick kind of person. However, a few years ago my younger son and I found ourselves in Norfolk in January with a desire to get on the river for a few hours. Nobody has a sailing boat for hire in January, so we went to George Smith. They absolutely could no be faulted on either quality of craft or quality of service. Whereas I can never see myself being converted to a stinky, for half a day in January it was a wonderful way to get afloat.

Robin
www.robin.me.uk

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I'd agree that they're a good yard, and I've been a customer for many years.

Just a thought though - Forum members Whispering Reeds have a particularly good winter offer on their own Sheerline 740. See here for details http://www.whisperingreeds.net/forumspecialoffers.htm


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