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Old 08 May 2006, 14:32   #11
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In my opinion the Folly does very good food and so does the Kings Head in Yarmouth.

At the Folly you can sometimes get free mooring. At Yarmouth you always have to pay.

The Mary Mouse 2 at Haslar is also recomended and we normally pay £4.50 for berthing. The Ladies of this establishment are very nice. If thats an issue.
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got free moring in yarmouth on sunday as well as cowes and at the folly as well. Quite lucky really!!
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got free moring in yarmouth on sunday as well as cowes and at the folly as well. Quite lucky really!!
blimey suprised about yarmouth - the harbour masters there are like hawks when boats come in
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If you can read a tide table then the Jolly Sailer in Ashlett creek is rather nice
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If you can read a tide table then the Jolly Sailer in Ashlett creek is rather nice

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I like the Bugle in Yarmouth just quite a lot, but this place is my current favorite.... http://www.richardbateson.com/videos...WheresThis.wmv

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Looks like The Mill Bay in Ventnor.
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