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Boats untied and set adrift - Oulton Broad

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Just a quick note, early yesterday morning 4 river cruisers and a number of smaller craft were deliberately set adrift from properties on Oulton Dyke and were alowed to drift with the tide. One of the cruisers ended up crunching itself into the dredger just around the bend, whilst another forum member rescued a tender he saw floating past his garden in the morning.

Just a note to keep a good eye on your boat wherever you are!

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Just a quick note, early yesterday morning 4 river cruisers and a number of smaller craft were deliberately set adrift from properties on Oulton Dyke and were alowed to drift with the tide. One of the cruisers ended up crunching itself into the dredger just around the bend, whilst another forum member rescued a tender he saw floating past his garden in the morning.

Just a note to keep a good eye on your boat wherever you are!

or somebody else's even if you dont know who the boat owner is or if the boat is from a hire yard

Jonny

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It`s been going on in Norwich for over 20 years, and the only way to stop it is to throw the stupid little b.....ds in (preferably with a mudweight tied around their necks) two gunstwo gunstwo guns

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Unfortunately there is alot more to this story than meets the eye as it seems it may have been a bit of a revenge attack and they are sure they know who the perpetrator in this case is, unfortunately the police werent interested I'm led to believe...

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