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Old 05 May 2012, 06:52   #11
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cheers for this chaps ,if anyone fancies meeting up for a beer let me know... have to warn you though we have 2 young kids lol
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Hey Great Yarmouth is good either launch from slipway in harbour or on the beach (north of the pier) plus you have the wind farm and scroby to explore (scroby is a sand bank about 1.5nm off Yarmouth home to many seals
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Vale Road in Mundesley will take you straight onto the beach which is not lifeguarded. Good launch spot for sib's with vehicle access and never any swimmers. There is a free car park just off the beach.
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[QUOTE=bingosucks;460535]cheers for this chaps ,if anyone fancies meeting up for a beer let me know... have to warn you though we have 2 young kids lol[/QUOTE

4 and 6 years here...

Let me know if you find any good launch spots
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Vale Road in Mundesley will take you straight onto the beach which is not lifeguarded. Good launch spot for sib's with vehicle access and never any swimmers. There is a free car park just off the beach.
Vale road looks interesting - Looks to be a boat in the sea on Google Earth.

Vale Road in Mundesley - Google Maps
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we use wroxham broad car park next to yacht club has a small slipway for free
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we use wroxham broad car park next to yacht club has a small slipway for free
That's on the short list too.
What are the parking charges?
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cheers for this chaps ,if anyone fancies meeting up for a beer let me know... have to warn you though we have 2 young kids lol
2 young kids in tow here too

Let me know if you find any good launch spots.
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yes mundesley does look very interesting...i think gt yarmouth may be a bit far esp when you have to drive past other beaches.... wroxam could be could for a run too, i had no idea the broads were so big ! the only question is only 3 days which
one to do !!?
yes 2 kids 9 and 2 and wifey of course ..... were gonna need a bigger boat lol
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We are up for the week. So 2 days on on the Broads.
Not sure about the sea though - its always looked a bit rough in previous years but this is the first year with a boat.
I'd be more open to going on the sea if there was another sib around.
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