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Vessel Taking On Water At Horning

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Anyone heard anything about this I wonder? 



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From what I've read elsewhere it was a wherry, not sure which one. It was taken to Richardsons at Horning where it was lifted as best they could. Due to its size it didn't quite fit the lift and lifted at an angle, but they managed to get the hole clear of the water so it could be repaired. That would tend to indicate it was definitely a wherry. The hole was about a foot long and a plank wide.

No explanation of how it happened, but it was back in the water by 8:30 the next day.

Clive may have more info?

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the vessel was Norada, a plank gave way, it's now back at Wroxham drying out.

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