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dannyb1
Mar-23-2007 @ 7:06 PM                           Permalink
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Would anybody know how much overnight mooring space there is available at rockland staithe, is it a decent place to spend a night or one of those places that starts filling up early in the day.

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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

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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 Smile

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Mar-23-2007 @ 7:43 PM                           Permalink
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Been looking on google earth, which side of the river would you be moored on if you stayed in the dyke.

thanks for the advice
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i would bee moored on left side as you come down the dyke cause of the shore power but what ever tickles you fancy i guess

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easier to show rather than explain where I moor on the dykes



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text_rockland mooring.pdf
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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.

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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.

Nigel
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