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Can I moor my boat on the river under the bridge?

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On 21 Sep 2015 at 5:24pm TheNewArriver wrote:
The High St Bridge.
Or what about a bit further up river but within 5 mins walking distance to School Hill?
At a push I could moor in the river by Tesco, but this is not ideal. It would take a smidge longer to get to School Hill.
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 5:27pm Sussex Jim wrote:
How about PAYING to moor it in Newhaven marina?
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 6:38pm Michael row the boat wrote:
Damned if I know - tie it up and see if you get a ticket
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 9:17pm Tipex wrote:
Lewes rowing club yard on south st. About 200 per year, secure and hugely helpful with any boat problems. Google it.
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 9:28pm Tit plex wrote:
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 11:12pm Correction Fluid wrote:
Tie it up and see what happens !!
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On 21 Sep 2015 at 11:24pm KENDO CASTER wrote:
The Public slipway is still there beside the Riverside centre, although its now under the decking, but as it was a public slipway i dont see why you cant moor there.
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On 22 Sep 2015 at 6:30am Belladonna wrote:
Yes - I think Riverside are obliged to provide access to/from the public slip even though it's covered with chairs and tables. They probably have a licence from LDC to do that, but doesn't stop you using the steps. I've seen kayaker a using the slip
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On 22 Sep 2015 at 7:08am pedantic micro manager wrote:
Title edited again. It's bleedin' obvious that a boat is moored on a river. Less is more.


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