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Highlandrover
Jul-10-2006 @ 9:27 AM                           Permalink
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Question:
Anyone with feedback on Bridgecraft, in particular Windsor Bridge?

1. Recommend
2. Not recommend


  
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HI there

Hired from Bridgecraft this year, very good yard service etc.

Didn't hire Windsor Bridge so it should be OK Smile  (See Oooops in Holiday Tales).

Graeme

All right so what is the technical name, sharp end or pointy end?

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Yep hired from them in the past.
Super little yard,very friendly and boats allways look well turned out.  Smile

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Hired from them last year (Westminster Bridge)and the year before(Trent Bridge).
Fantastic little yard,great service and very friendly.



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Wonderful news.  Always a little wary when inviting friends to take the plunge and come boating with me!!
Hope to get them hooked too.
Cheers


Miss Highlandrover

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Hi Ms Highlandrover
I introduced the wife to Norfolk by hiring the old London Bridge,the old 2 berth,not the present one,also our kid has had Windsor Brige.We had no probs with this yard,so a big thumbs up from us.
Enjoy
Steve & Cath

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Had Trent Bridge a few weeks back. The yard / owners where welcoming, boat ready ahead of schedule as well so got an earlier start. The boat (T.B.) is one of their older boats and, in my opinion, is ready for a bit of TLC, woodwork getting a bit tatty round the edges etc. Boat ran fine, everything worked fine, enjoyed the week. Their newer boats looked good, had a quick look on board Chelsea Bridge, to see the layout, very nice modern boat, different era to the older ones now.
Would book with Bridgcraft again without hesitation.

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BIG Thumbs UP to Bridgecraft at Acle.
Windsor Bridge 1 was great, comfortable and clean and the bunch at the Boatyard were polite and friendly.
Will definately hire from them again.

Miss Highlandrover


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Hired Tay Bridge in 2004 and again last year.
Tommorrow we are aboard Trent Bridge for 5 days.
We wanted a two birth but none were available, as it was a last minute thing. Trent was the only one available so they let us have that and got a good deal.  Wink
The family are always very helpfull and pleasant and the boats have always been very clean and ready ahead of time.  They are simply the best Smile


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Well for my 2 pence worth i have hired Windsor brige, Westminster bridge, Trent bridge and Humber bridge and they have been excellent, so wouldnt have any problems recommending the yard or the craft! get stuck in thats what i say

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