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Pema
Apr-11-2006 @ 6:08 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all boatyards and boatyard users.

The mooring charges at Salhouse Broad in 2006 are

10am-4pm £3
4pm-10am £6

less one hour during day £1.50

The charges include any water you take which is now available. T

There are some lovely new facilities like the childrens play area where volunteers from the community have recently made a willow fence in keeping with the area.

We are also using the mooring fees you pay to match fund community association grants for conserving the area and training local people to give free guided walks about wildlife and heritage on Salhouse Broad.

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Apr-11-2006 @ 6:22 PM                           Permalink
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I think that seems great value and I like how the moneys been pumped back into the community.

james

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Apr-11-2006 @ 6:51 PM                           Permalink
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We were there a couple of weeks ago and were quite happy to pay the toll, particularily when we were told the money was all going to the upkeep of the broad.

It certainly is a very pleasant place to linger for a while.

Alan & Gill

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I think those moorings fees are reasonable.

gordon

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Apr-11-2006 @ 7:13 PM                           Permalink
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I agree the fees aren't too excessive, the only point I would raise is - wouldn't it have been easier for all concerned if the overnight was £5.00 - so much less change to be carried ??.

I can count in 5's and plse don't suggest £10.00

Hugh

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I think the £1.50 for less than 1 hour is a bit of a hike. Last year it was £1 for a short stay (up to 2 hours).  Otherwise no problems.


BOF - Clive

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Apr-11-2006 @ 11:13 PM                           Permalink
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Seems like good value to me aswell, always a first and last night stop for us, been a firm favourite for the last few years.

Just wondering if theres any difference in cost if you mud weight in the Broad?? I believe last year it was cheaper to mud weight than moor bankside??

Tom

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There is no fee for mooring on the mudweight said both the Chairman of The Braods Authority and the Ranger for Cator Estate, but it has been known for someone not connected with the landowners to row around trying to get a fee illegally.  

BOF - Clive

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It makes stopping for an Ice Cream very expensive even if the seller is Female in a bikini as per the other thread. !

Joking apart, it is good to hear from Pema of the charges in advance this time.

Should stop some complaining for thouse who read this forum, as they will know what they are letting their selves in for or which Broads to avoid.


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Quote,,  "t has been known for someone not connected with the landowners to row around trying to get a fee illegally.    ..

Reminds nme of a spot on Skye whrere I used to camp. This happened every day, but if you said no the guy just ignored you as it wasn't his land.

Robin
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