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There is a fee for joining these folks but I can see how it may be of use to many future liveaboards. It may also give future residential boaters on the Norfolk Broads more of an opinion and say in matters as there is a dark element on the waters up here and it needs to be removed.
Liveaboard or liveathome?.....that is the question
I have been a member of the RBOA for many years, they are helpful and very well informed on the goings on against boat livaboards. The IWA however have been for years a waste of space! I despair at their attitude to their members, and the decisions made on their behalf, even when they are totally against the members wishes, and well being.