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well i moor the for a couple of nights lovely place i hear the pub is very nice there is shore power and sometimes when the tide goes out you will get grounded even i do. and in the summer time it does fill up early so my advice would be get there as soon as
There is quite abit of space there, made btter by stern on. Have never seen it full but have seen it harder to moor at times than at others.
I must confess I prefer to moor on the long dyke as it is so pretty there and it is only about a 15 min walk to the staithe and pub. Whilst moored on the dyke we see a lot of boats heading up and across the broad between 4:30 - 6pm, so I'd say between those times would be ideal. If it is full just turn around, moor up and walk back to the staithe
In the staithe basin, you can moor stern on on two sides and there is a small amount on side on space close to the sluice. Mooring space is limited mooring on the dyke is limited to the port bank where there is a wheelchair accessible footpath back to the staithe.
There is quite a lot of mooring at Rockland. The photo shows part of the moorings when we visited last June. The 4 boats from Ludham you see in the picture had the place to themselves most of the time. A couple of other boats came in and moored the other side near the shore power, but that was it. The pub could not be nearer. I have not been in myself, but I am told it is OK.