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petrol_head29
May-15-2009 @ 12:34 PM                           Permalink
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hi there, i have a 10ft fiberglass dingy that i would like to use on the broads, possibly with a small outboard motor, i am unshure weather you can just put the boad on and engoy of if you have to pay to use them, any help would be much apprishiated

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Dan

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Hi there! Welcome.

Yes you need a toll licence. Get it by phone from the BA or buy from Ranworth if its just a temporary  licence.  You can launch at Wroxham, Upton, Horning & Stalham easily enough.
Electric outboards are at a lower toll rate than petrol.

Pauline

'Stop it you silly ass!' cried the Rat from the bottom of the boat 'You can't do it! You'll have us over!'

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hi, thank you for replying,

thats good, i thought i might have to do something like that, do you no how much a temporary toll licence is bye any chance, as i will only be going evry so offten when the weather is nice, can i bye one for the day?

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You will find all the details on the Broads Authority web site.  You may well have to also pay for use of a slipway and parking for a car and trailer.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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