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The only boater that I know of that has eaten there is Tho owner of Fen Pedler who moors 3 boats down from me, he rated the food but it is more expensive than the Ingham Swan !
- May 14th, 2018, 7:01 am
- Forum: Questions For The Broads Authority
- Topic: Why Are So Many Oversized Hire Boats Permitted On The Norfolk Broads?
- Replies: 1
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Good point any boat over 35ft is ample in my opinion especially with the limited moorings available.
We have stopped mooring at Horning during peak holiday times as we have been hit repeatedly by larger hire craft trying to moor near the swan pub, we even had a 45ft Faircraft Loynes boat trying to moor alongside our 27ft Seamaster last summer at Horning, we didn't let them and pointed to the bootom...
- May 2nd, 2018, 8:32 pm
- Forum: Marine Technical Q&A
- Topic: Boat Propeller Locking Nuts?
- Replies: 2
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The smaller not goes on closest to the prop and then locked with the larger one, which is the complete opisite to how I was instructed when I did my automotive training years ago, trust boats to be arse about face even in the aircraft world the smaller nut is used as the lock nut.
Just had my BSS done Wednesday by Tim Waters I must say he is very fair and thorough, the boat did pass but did have a gas problem which was sorted, looked like I had a gas leak but after some head scratching and pipe isolation it was traced to a weak regulator and a near empty gas bottle, the syste...