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That looks stuck Trevor! :eek:

That is the problem, as I mentioned on the other thread you're usually OK on the main rivers but the side dyes and marinas do tend to freeze over.

Swancraft told me that the one and only time they hired in February they had a boat stuck at Ranworth for 6 weeks! :shock:


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2 minutes ago, JawsOrca said:

 Can't wait to be out and about.. just hope it's not too cold as so we get ice problems..

You'll be fine Alan. Its been a very mild year so far. I'll keep fingers crossed for you but unless we get sustained low temperatures I'm sure you'll be OK. It is often surprisingly mild in December, I've been sitting outside the pub on several occasions in the winter sun. If anything it gets colder in January and February. cheersbar

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15 minutes ago, diesel falcon said:

It was more than stuck, 4 inches of ice if you look at the stern you can see where the engine heaters are keeping it fluid, at least 3 to 4 weeks to thaw, there,s a thread on here from the time, breaking the ice to get out for new years:wave

Was this the thread ? http://www.thenorfolkbroads.net/forum/topic/1916-st-olaves-marina/?page=4


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