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Mooring value Pangbourne to Wallingford

oldgit

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The bargain price nature of a private mooring will prove very attractive to some boat owners.
Problem will come when asked to depart, a doubling or trebling of mooring costs (if they can find a marina berth,) will add to the difficulties of shifting them.
 

Gibeltarik

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11 Dec 2018
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Isn't evicting a delinquent moorer on private land achieved by simply untieing their ropes (and power cable?) and loosing them off to the next weir?
 

Old Crusty

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Tinkering with a boat's mooring lines is punishable by a £10 fine assuming you get caught by the ever present patrol boats crews.
 
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