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- July 21st, 2018, 11:47 am
- Forum: Norfolk Broads Safety & Security
- Topic: Climbing Back Onboard After Falling In
- Replies: 5
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I fell in at Stalham when attempting to remove my outboard off my dingy our boat does have a boarding ladder on the transum but the bottom rung only just touches the water it was impossible to climbe on to the ladder with my inflated life jacket on I was also very tired after holding on to the out b...
I agree over staying is not good asis not paying the river toll, the broom 30 that is at the museum end of the Staithe belongs to a very nice gent that lives just off the high street in Stalham who lives alone and was involved in a car accident a couple of weeks ago, and nobody has seen him since th...
- June 21st, 2018, 4:06 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Hire Boat Hit And Run At Sutton
- Replies: 5
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Damage update for the hit and run at Sutton, just had telephone conversation with Robert at Sutton Staith boat yard as my boat was due in early this week for some work which has now been put back until Friday due to damage by the Richardsons hire boat at the staith, a Dawncraft has had its pushpin r...
I know the owner of the Broom in the last pic he lives in Stalham but has no permanent mooring he moves his boat around normally every couple of days but I do know that he crashed his van last week at the Tesco road junction and ran head long into the lamp post on the other side of the road so he mi...
All Richardsons pump out goes into a holding tank which Is emptied once a week by 2 gully trucks, during the height of the season the holding tank sometimes back feeds up through the Elsan point near the side of the first shed on the way through the gate, it can get a bit sore on the nose then.