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There is also a sunken dinghy with a floating mooring line at the Norwich end of Thorpe island just inside the bridge. The BA are aware.

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The Moore the merrier.

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Who's Day Boat was it - that was the first question hubby asked me.    Well unfortunately crystal ball is in for servicing at the moment.

Has anybody any idea?

Women dont nag they just
things out...


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There was also a sunken sailing dingy with broken mast on a popular Broad a couple of weeks back. Very windy day, occupants rescued from water by Mike and a neighbouring boater. Sailing boat retrieved (after people !) and taken to Staithe (where occupants also had a hire cruiser) Mast marked with bouy , and then Ranger attended to remove but apparently the hire yard had asked the poor wet people to go and try to retrieve it shortly before he arrived to meet Mike. Thank goodness a further rescue of people was not required ( daft request by yard in my opinion in those conditions). Assume said wrecked boat, mast and people returned to yard in due course.


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