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Boats not allowed under hammersmith bridge

st599

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RYA now saying that you can book a passage.

72 hours notice required, minimum crew, passage plan, risk assessment and plan for if you have to abort required when booking.
 

oldgit

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RYA now saying that you can book a passage.

72 hours notice required, minimum crew, passage plan, risk assessment and plan for if you have to abort required when booking.
Sounds very useful and sensible.Any trips to Thames tend to be planned several months ahead and a diversion into one of the Thames Marinas or Chelsea should prove OK.
Just need to see the back of this lurgy in London. Will wearing a 1665 style "Nosegay " be sufficent in 2021 ?
 
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