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Bad news Stern on mooring in at both the Swan and Ferry causes chaos, trying to go past both sites,

I seem to remember that the Swan is not a permitted stern on mooring for the larger boats, but only for day boats due to the narrowness of the river there. Also the Ferry stern on mooring was stopped last year after the trial which caused some problems on the corner.

 Broads regulation 58

(1) The master of a moored vessel shall ensure that the

vessel is properly, safely and effectively secured and fendered

so as to hold the vessel to the mooring and to prevent the

risk of avoidable damage to the vessel or any other vessel or

to the place of mooring or to any mooring equipment

provided therein.

(2) The master of a vessel shall not without the consent of the

Authority moor that vessel stern-on or bow-on except

(a) at a place where stern-on mooring or bow-on mooring (as

the case may be) is approved by the Authority and

(b) in accordance with such conditions and during such times

as the Authority may have by Notice displayed at or near

that place.

Broads regulation 63

63 (2)   the master of a vessel shall

not moor alongside another vessel if by so doing any part of his

vessel extends more than 10 metres (32 feet 9 inches) into the

channel or extends into the channel more than one quarter of

the width of the channel whichever is the less.


There was at one time on the BA site a list of places where Stern on mooring was permitted, but at the moment I can only find the list for BAs own moorings.

Edited by TheQ
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