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Swinging Moorings

Denis R

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28 Jul 2020
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Anyone know how much it costs to sink a chain on a swinging mooring in lake windermere? I already have a chain.
 

Rusdee

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21 May 2018
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I think that jetties and mooring are the only people allowed too but if you give the lake wardens a call they'll be able to answer that for you
 

thepadd

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17 Mar 2018
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You cant just drop a mooring you have to rent one (the space that is) then you need to pay someone to drop a suitable mooring for you. The wardens can give you the name of someone, cant remember who we used, but, as with everything on Windermere, it wasn't cheap, but should be good for 10 years apparently.
 
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