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  1. Having rediscovered the Broads a few years back with my son after holidays some years back, the hire craft we’ve selected have all come with the advice “passes under all bridges at suitable tides”. Whilst I understand this needs to be a low water and not after prolonged rainfall etc, but how realistic with this guidance is it getting under Potter Heigham and back at the next low water with a pilot? It would be nice to explore the area, but with our chosen craft Brinks Serenade in April would anyone know if a serenade has gone under an come back! I raised the same question with Barnes Brinkcraft but no response. Thanks
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