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Another newby to these forums, although not all that new to the Broads. We rented a cottage in Horning a couple of years ago, then booked a boat with Richardsosns the same year. We tend to hire cheaper boats out of season, mainly interested in being out and about in the countryside, visiting nice pubs, photography and canoeing.

So have hired



Pacific Diamond

Next up is Concerto later this month :) 


All the best and cheers


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A very warm welcome board the Forum from me :wave

Like David, we have also hired the older type of Boats, have also hired Melody and Concerto, smashing Boats for what you pay. Being out and about in the countryside and visiting the Broadland pubs is exactly how we feel, have a lovely time on Concerto


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Thanks for the warm welcome, on countdown now, less than 10 work days :)

The current plan is (hopefully) Neatishead on the Friday night, last visited the White Horse just after it reopened, then St Bennetts for a night, Coltishall (havent been to the Recruiting Sgt yet, probably Wroxham for a night to allow is to visit friends and the Fat Cat in Norwich. After that take it as it comes. 

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