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Brian

Southern Comfort

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No Brian - that is exactly what it looks like. I wouldn't mind knowing how they get it up there though.

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Driving down the High Street and Seeing That !!! Would Stop Many people in their tracks !!!

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southern comfort yes my favorite tipple and i would have thought id had one too many if id seen that

jill :o

looks like something on yarmouth sea front

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Im still trying to work out How they would get it up there, It must weigh about 15 tonnes !

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Frankly, I hope they leave it there... :pirate :pirate but I am sure the many people who enjoy the river trip would disagree with me... :lol:

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Its a lovely boat providing Character and Events for the River, Loud Music, Flashing Lights :)

I can understand why some dont like it :lol:

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Add huge and river blocking to your list of blessings brought by SC Brian, and you'll see where a lowly saily is coming from!

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It just seem shuge as its high, its not much longer / wider than a large 10 berth Hire Boat.

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Picture a beautiful, if not especially sunny, summer evening in late June just a few days after the meet at Ranworth. Take a long, thin island between a broad and a river, make the water like a mirror and add one smallish Fairline, tied up and switched off. As peaceful, calm and still an evening as I ever recall on the broads. If you are picturing this correctly you should be seeing something like this:

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Anyway, take this tranquil mix and now add the Southern Comfort with evening disco, or indeed any of the Wroxham based boats. You can hear it coming for miles - and hear it going for miles too. I can well imagine why people might not be keen on seeing it. However, it does appear to have its place on the broads and seems popular so I guess it is giving some people pleasure. As long as it only deprives me of my pleasure for a few minutes at a time, that is a sacrifice I can live with.

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To add, We were moored up one evening when we hired the Prisma out for a weekend.

Nearly asleep, i could hear a faint thump thump noise, like a bass guitar, and i thought to myself, some bugger on one of the boats near us has bought a Bass guitar with them on holiday to play !!!

Anyway, over the next 10 mins it was getting louder and louder.

Then suddenly i could hear a whole band playing !!

Salhouse Broad on a Saturday Night :lol: Enter the Mobile Disco / Live Band Boat !

I peeked out of the forward window and saw flashing lights and floodlights.

One lap of the Broad and it was off back to where it came, leaving us in peace to get to sleep.

Its part of the Broads, its been happening for many years, and will do so for many years to come :)

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Guest KeithC

Hi All

I know some see Southern Comfort as a hazard but it does, like some of the other trip boats, introduce newcomers to the delights of the broads. These people may well become tomorrows hirers.

Keith

Norfolk :D

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Hi All

I know some see Southern Comfort as a hazard but it does, like some of the other trip boats, introduce newcomers to the delights of the broads. These people may well become tomorrows hirers.

Keith

Norfolk :D

Spot on :)

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Look at the Wash !!! it must be doing at least 7 MPH !

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Guest KeithC

I am afraid the speed limit doesn't seem to apply to Southern Comfort.

Keith

Norfolk :shock:

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