Guest Posted January 12, 2010 Share Posted January 12, 2010 Evenin' all. Maybe a silly question.... I've finally booked my summer boating trip on the broads with a very nice AF38 from a well known local yard. First 'proper' broads holiday for three years. However, I'm going to bring my own little 10ft rib dinghy with me. I'm going to use it under 'man power' (oars!) only, but wonder if this would cause any insurance issues with the hire yard if I tow it behind the boat? Alternatively, I could simply tie it onto the roof, and I assume as long as no damage is caused to the hire cruiser, the yard won't mind? Finally, for you tolls experts out there, I assume that I can buy a short term toll for it for less than a tenner based on the toll sheet on the BA website at: http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/boat ... tolls.html (row boats tarrif) Best wishes, James. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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