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River Bure Moorings and Amenities

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Coltishall Common

Free moorings located just before the Rising Sun and Norfolk Mead public houses. Free moorings also available outside the Rising Sun for patrons. WCs and refuse bins near Rising Sun public house. Electric hook-up point.

Rise and fall: Nil.

Rising Sun P.H.
Norfolk Mead P.H.
Recruiting Sergeant
Supermarket
Pharmacy
Laundrette
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Belaugh

Free Local Authority Staithe moorings.

Rise and fall: Nil.

No services

Wroxham(above the rail bridge)

Free at Local Authority moorings.

Wroxham (below the rail bridge)

Free at Local Authority moorings adjacent to Kings Head Hotel. Also free at numerous boatyards including Brinkcraft, Summercraft and Faircraft Loynes. Moorings outside the Wroxham Hotel are charged at £10, though is refundavle if you spend £20 on food and drink.. Toilets in Roys Supermarket. Numerous boatyards provide toilets and refuse bins.

Rise and fall: 4in.

Kings Head Hotel
Wroxham Hotel
Restaurants
Supermarket
Banks
Clothing & Gifts
Various Takeaways
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Wroxham Broad

Free mooring along spit of land between Broad and River Bure only

Rise and fall: 4in.

No services

Salhouse Broad

Overnight mooring is £10. Daytime stays cost £5

Rise and fall: 4in.

No services

Horning

Free mooring at the local authority moorings between the Swan Inn and the New Inn. Free moorings also at Ferry Boatyard located close to the Ferry Inn Public House. Fee to be paid outside Swan Inn. The Ferry Inn and the New Inn moorings are free for customers. WCs close to Swan Inn. Electric hook-up point. Boatyard provides toilets and refuse bins.

Rise and fall: 6in.

Swan Inn
New Inn
Ferry Inn
Restaurants
Village Stores
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Ranworth

Free mooring at the green adjacent to the store and public house. WCs opposite the Maltsters public house.

Rise and fall: 6in.

The Maltsters P.H.
Restaurant
Village Store
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South Walsham

Free local authority moorings along the dyke leading to the Broad.

Rise and fall: 6in.

20 mins walk to The Ship Inn
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Upton Dyke

Free moorings at Eastwood Whelpton Boatyard at the end of Upton Dyke.

Rise and fall: 1ft 6in.

White Horse P.H.

Acle

Free mooring at the Bridgecraft boatyard and at the public staithe on the opposite bank.. Charge of £10 outside the Bridge Inn Hotel & Restaurant and Pedros Restaurant, though £5 of this is refundable against food purchased. Electric hook-up point outside the Bridge Inn. Boatyards provide toilets and refuse bins.

Rise and fall: 1ft.9in.

The Bridge Inn
Pedros Restaurant
Supermarket & various shops in village centre
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Stokesby

Moor at local authority site for free. Ferry Inn is £5 for overnight mooring. Refuse near to public house

Rise and fall: 2ft.

Ferry Inn
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Stracey Arms Mill

Charge of £3 to moor at Stracey Mill and Shop.

Rise and fall: 2ft 3in.

Mill & teashop

Great Yarmouth

Moor at the Yacht Station. Overnight mooring fee of £13.00 per boat for arrivals after 10 am. Day charge of £6 for stays between 10 am and 6pm. Staff usually in attendance between 8am and 8pm to help with mooring. Toilets and showers. We have a comprehensive guide to making the passage to or through Yarmouth HERE

Rise and fall: 6ft.

Bars, Nightclubs
Restaurants, Cafés
Cinemas, Theatres
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