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Boycee - Safe Anchorage

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It is with a sad and heavy heart that I must notify the NBN that the Legend that is Boycee left us earlier this evening. 

Another one too soon. 
 

Condolences to his family

Griff 

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He was one of the first fellow boaters to point me in the right direction to moorings and my boat, he will be sadly missed.

Sincere condolences to his family.

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Sincere condolences. He will be missed.

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This is such sad news. I had several 'near miss' with Boycee and never did get to have a beer with him. He supported the pubs too. Serious condolences to his family and many friends. Great loss. 

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Oh bu55er! There's a loss indeed, a very nice guy to say the least.

He'll be missed!

Best wishes to Mags.

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Sad news indeed.  I never met him, but his boat was pointed out to us last year when we were looking to buy ours at his home marina and I have spotted it out and about a couple of times since.

As others have said, condolences to his family and friends.

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Very sad news indeed.

My heart felt condolences to his family and close friends.

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Marina and I are very sad to hear this news.We met Boycee a number of times.A great chap indeed I often would pull he's leg,as a Chelsea fan.He had a very good knowledge of the broads,always giving a good and balanced view of posts that been discussed. My last PM to him,we hoped to bump into one another in the season. 

We both are sad and our thoughts go to family and friends. 

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my condolences to his family, i only met him once, but he was a true gentleman and all round good guy.

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This is very sad indeed. He's been a member of this forum for very many years (like me), and we finaly had the pleasure to meet him at Oulton Broad last September. Sadly, we were to be leaving soon, so never really had the chance to get together and have a chat and a cuppa, and I feel very sad to know we won't be seeing him this week. 

R. I. P Alan, and may you be cruising the the rivers of heaven. 

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Sad news, his contribution to topics will be sorely missed.

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Like Neil I also met Alan at the end of last season, he was so full of life and welcomed everyone he met.

He will be truly missed by family friends, my heart felt condolences go out to his family at this time.

R.I.P Alan (Boycee)

 

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Yes very sad news indeed. we found out last night from Mags ' his wife'. Our condolences go to her and their families at this sad time.

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Sad news indeed. Condolences to his family and friends. 

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How sad. My condolences to Mags.

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I remember the first time I met Alan at the ferry inn and we struck up a great friendship... Every holiday time we would meet up and put the worlds to right.. He had  fantastic knowledge of the Broads. And where to get the best pint on the Broads to..

Alan was a great and funny guy. An absolute legend . He would always say it how it is. He is going to be missed so much by every one and especially me..

My dearest condolences to dear Mags and the family..

Its going to be hard this year not hearing him say to me “Ay up Scrump you alright son”

R.I.P Alan 

Mike & Tan 

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So sorry to hear that, had a many a good chat to Alan at Sutton Staithe and last year we seemed to  be at Beccles at the same time.. He will be missed.

John

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1 hour ago, SPEEDTRIPLE said:

This is very sad indeed. He's been a member of this forum for very many years (like me), and we finaly had the pleasure to meet him at Oulton Broad last September. Sadly, we were to be leaving soon, so never really had the chance to get together and have a chat and a cuppa, and I feel very sad to know we won't be seeing him this week. 

R. I. P Alan, and may you be cruising the the rivers of heaven. 

I forgot to offer my condolences to his family. 

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Very sad news

Our condolences to Mags and family

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Yes , those same words every time

’Heyup Griff, you alright son’?

followed by his smile when he got the affirmative. 
 

He once introduced me to a full clientele in the Nelson Pub to perform a full rendition of ‘Ilkley Moor BarTat’  He did this without informing me before hand. 
 

He had that smile and wicked wink. Stitched me up good n proper. I’m so glad now that I have that cherished memory

Griff

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Very Sorry to hear this, Alan was a real Character and will be sadly missed

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Very sad news. Thoughts and condolences with family and friends. 

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I agree with everyone - very sad news and my thoughts go to family and friends.

Liz

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