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Tom30
Jun-05-2018 @ 11:06 PM                           Permalink
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Hi
Me and my partner are having a weeks holiday on the water.
I have been looking for places for showers and used a link from anouther post on this forum for shower locations.
Am i correct in thinking that all the boat yard/marinas that list they have showers are ok to be used by people who dont have a paid mooring spot with said marina.
Im more than happy to pay for useing facilities.
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Tom

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If coming to Loddon on the Chet be aware that the revised superloo on the mill staithe has now showers/ baby changing facilities/ radar key controlled room for disabled persons, as well as the usual offices.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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Hi Tom, first off I hope you enjoy your trip. Many hire boats have showers, but they are a bit tight on space. Most hire yards have showers for visiting boats and you can usually moor in these and pay a small fee (£2.00) ish for a shower. Private marinas tend to have private facilities that are only available for their paying clients. There are plenty of water top up points around so don't worry about using all your water for an on board shower, just remember it will take about 1 hr of engine running to heat the water, unless you like a cold shower ! I just remembered Richardsons at Stalham have a token system for their showers, you have to buy from their office (£2) I think.

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Another tip for boat showers is to check the flexible hose is not split - had 2 occasions now when you get in the shower full of expectation  to find nothing comes out of the spray end for some reason nobody wants to report such things when taking the boat back - either that or the cleaners over reach the hose when cleaning


Peter

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I believe the manned yacht stations have PAYG showers, Beccles does (9am- 5pm) need a £2 token. Not the cleanest unfortunately.

Freeman F23 Flittermouse moored near
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best showers ive seen are at the waveney center, definitly the cleanest, largest and newest ive seen, mind you that was a couple of years ago... and you needs to pay your £10 mooring fee, bit expensive but i think worth it
ian

Ian boating since 1961

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