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1 hour ago, VetChugger said:

Wait for the replies to your emails then........    ZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzz

Good to know those businesses that care about there customers handle things in a much different way , there is no excuse for not returning an email or for that matter any form of communication , to do so is purely arrogant and disrespectful .

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If like me you had spent 2 unpleasant hours this evening re installing your heat exchanger and you had scratched and cut arms and knuckles to show for it the last thing you would want to be do ing would be buying a boat!!  

The engine tray was filling with water that was running off me! (sweat) 

Have I missed something about Wayford Marine.  Were they not once a yard that would be recommended by a lot of folk on the forum? Im not getting that impression now. 

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I thought I read somewhere on here some while back that the boatyard at Wayford Bridge was being bought up by the guy that used to own the one at Martham Ferry?

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5 hours ago, Bobdog said:

I thought I read somewhere on here some while back that the boatyard at Wayford Bridge was being bought up by the guy that used to own the one at Martham Ferry?

Why you no risen.......

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There has been a vast reduction in boats both in the water and on land and the site is much tidier as a result. Be interesting to see how it all pans out, I moor next door so get a ringside seat

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I didnt personally witness any being crushed but the graveyard area down the back is now very empty so I wouldnt be surprised if that's what happened, shame really as I quite like to see the old boats even if they are basket cases, I love to imagine the places they've been and all the people who holidayed on them n stuff like that, they have soul. Still it's understandable that they needed to go.

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Sadly old basket cases rarely provide revenue to the yard owner and neither does your imagination!! Even in Norfolk as you acknowledge, we do have to catch up a bit sometime and just move on!!!

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