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  1. "There you go, 34ft, not 43. Yours is definitely a Caribbean, not that it matters." Caribbean's were 39'. 42' would be the Bahama. Looking at the window arrangement it fits with the Bahama as well. http://fbwilds.horning.org.uk/page5.html
  2. Many modern cruise ships have their main propulsion through 360Deg pods, so don't always need thrusters as well. Although HotS is listed as having 4 x 7,400hp bow thrusters. If this was the rear of the ship then it would probably be the main propulsion (3 x 27,000hp).
  3. Bratch locks look very much open. Not a contractor in sight.
  4. As others have said there are many nice places to stop. But, seeing you ❤ Ale... Dimmingsdale may be remote, but is only 1/2 mile from the Greyhound, Lower Penn (along narrow country lanes). Enville Ale, Hobsons Town Crier plus two others. If you do get a little further Awbridge is only 1/2 mile from the Bell, Trysull (country lanes plus fields). Holden's pub with Bathams as guest. Neither are canal side, so are often overlooked by boaters, but if you are in the right place and don't mind a walk...
  5. Info only emerging in last hour from BroadsBeat (Police) and Broads Authority. Boat being subject to CSI before being returned to owner. If any more info emerges I'll let you know, but the Police are usually limited in what they publish. BroadsBeat and BA do post some info on Twitter.
  6. I'm not sure. The report involves Broads Authority Rangers and BroadsBeat, so I assume it never left the Broads.
  7. The boat is now being reported as found and secured. Thank you for the interest on this forum.
  8. The following is a copy of a post by the Broads Authority on a Broads Forum. As one contributor there pointed out that the cruiser is trailable I thought it may be worth posting here. The boat is not narrow beam, but might pop up on a river or broad canal marina. Urgent - Stolen Vessel Reg H94 - Report To Norfolk Constabulary Missing vessel appeal The vessel pictured, registration mark H94, has been reported missing by its owner. It was moored near Cary's Meadow, Norwich on the River Yare. It was last spotted on Saturday 26 February travelling on Haddiscoe Cut towards St Olave's with two people onboard. It has not been since. It is possible that due to the nature of the vessel being slowly moved through the system that it is being taken for a 'joy ride' or has been sold on. It has been picked up on multiple CCTV cameras so if you have any photos/videos please feel free to share and report to the police. The vessel is a Freeman 23, registration H94. Norfolk Constabulary have issued crime reference 36/15521/22. They ask if anyone sees the boat to call 999 and use the What 3 Words app to provide the location. Best, xxx (Broads Authority)
  9. Be very careful if you are lucky enough to have 5G. The way speed tests work, the faster the connection the more data they use. Using speed tests on 5G will gobble up your allowance (unless you are unlimited) in no time.
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  13. I know that! I was suggesting the Croydon Canal as one where the railway is closer. I'm sure someone from the Croydon Canal Restoration Society will be along shortly...
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