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Don't blame you! We will probably spend a few nights at Brooms :-)

The problem with the North is getting near the things!





Horning Staithe

Ludham Bridge (I think)

Potter Heigham

no doubt there are more including pubs etc

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Like Matts says can be tricky  getting onto one especially  at Easter , but can add these . Yes Ludham bridge  does have one, its on the right hand bank heading up stream directly after the bridge.  

Acle  Bridge Inn has electric on its paid moorings (refundable against a meal)

Irstead Staithe

Sutton Staithe 

Hoveton / Wroxham

Dilham Staithe

Stokesby, and of course Gt Y Yacht station

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Charging points and card outlets 

  • Dilham
  • Sutton - Sutton Staithe Boatyard; Moonfleet Marine, Stalham
  • Potter Heigham - Post Office Stores; Whispering Reeds Boats, Hickling
  • Coltishall - Mace Post Office
  • Hoveton - Broads Information Centre, Norfolk Marine Chandlers
  • Horning - Post Office, Tidings Newsagents
  • Ranworth - Granary Stores & Tea Shop
  • Stokesby - Riverside Tea Rooms & Stores, Acle Bridge General Stores, Acle Post Office
  • Great Yarmouth - Yacht Station
  • Norwich - Yacht Station and Broads Authority (Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road)
  • Whitlingham - Visitor Centre
  • Bramerton - Snuggtopz Mariners Store; The Ferry House, Surlingham; Broom Boats, Brundall Bay Marina and Silverline Marine, all at Brundall
  • Rockland - New Inn, Post Office & Stores
  • Reedham - Yacht Station, Post Office
  • Loddon - Bridge Stores, Rosie Lee's Tea Room
  • Burgh Castle - Goodchild Marine, Burgh Castle Marina
  • St Olaves - Yacht Station, Mutford Lock, Jeckells & Sons, all at Oulton Broad

Charging points from other providers are available. 



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Mandy.  We moored at the New Inn Horning for a meal on my brithday.  It cost £5 but we had power which was great.  In fact the whole time we were on board we managed to get to a power point.  Ranworth twice, Potter Heigham Twice.  Stokesby twice.  Sutton Staithe.  St Olaves on the way back to the mooring.  

Have a good week.  Hopefully the cleaners will have done a good job and have not so missed any of Rosie's hairs.


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The only electric posts we could get on last week were at Ranworth. 

Irstead is so small that although there's a post there we couldn't moor - another boat was already there. Same at Potter Heigham.

We could see the post at Ludham Bridge but it had two cones by it and didn't really look as if it was in use. Not that we went over to check as it was on the opposite bank to us near the water point.

I don't know whether Ferry Marina would let you moor there if you ask them. They did have a private boat moored at the front and plugged in but I don't know whether it might have belonged to a member of staff as there didn't look to be anyone on board.

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Thanks for all the replies! Very useful. Busy piling stuff up in the hallway ready for Saturday departure! Fingers crossed we don't get too much rain. Not much fun with two big wet dogs on board.

Hope you have had a good couple of weeks Sue.


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