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Old 03 September 2011, 13:01   #1
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Hi all,

Looking for a bit of info.

We are likely going on a holiday on the broads next year, hiring a crusier etc...

I was wondering the legality of taking my 3.4m rib and using as a tender and or runabout just for a bit of fun and something different.

Do I need to get it certified/registered with/by anyone to use it for a week as a tender on the broads?

Many thanks
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Old 04 September 2011, 02:48   #2
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You need a license for almost any craft, including unpowered, on the NB. Check out the website of the Broads Authority. They do a weekly license.
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