Horning Ferry Marina, Horning, Norfolk, United Kingdom
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General - Horning Ferry Marina is located inland at Horning, Norfolk in the east of England. The facility offers berths.
Open - All year round.
Hours - Not known.
Arrival out of hours - Not known.
Formalities - Not known.
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Position - 52º 41.5' N 0001º 28.8' E
Charts, Pilots & Cruising Guides - See the following link for UK Charts
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Mean time differences - HW: minutes ± ; LW: minutes ±
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Depths at MLW - Not known.
Protection/Shelter - OK
Approach and Entrance - Not known.
Berths & Moorings - 100 berths. It is not known if reservations can be made.
Maximum length -Not known.
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Fuel - Petrol & Diesel.
Weather forecast - Not known.
Security - Not known.
Internet Access - Not known.
Other Marina Facilities, Services & Supplies - Toilets. Showers. Laundry. Pumpout.
Boatyard Facilities & Services - No yard but the following are available; Engine Repairs.
Shopping and Provisions - Some provisions can be obtained in Horning.
Bank or ATM - Not known.
Chandlers or Ships' Store - Not known.
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Butane/Camping Gaz/Propane - Not known.
Ice - Not known.
Eating Out - Not known.
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Sightseeing - The Norfolk Broads is a low lying area that contains more than 30 artificial lakes, which were formed by the broadening of the Rivers Bure and Yare. There is a total of about 320 km of navigable water which are available for cruising. They converge at Breydon Water and flow into the North Sea at Great Yarmouth. Wroxham Broad is generally considered the most attractive.
King's Lynn is a town and seaport situated along the estuary of the River Ouse where it enters The Wash. There are a number of ancient houses and warehouses serving as a reminder of the time when the town was a prosperous port, serving the wool trade and also accommodating a sizeable fishing fleet. The 15th century Guildhall is one of the oldest and largest merchant guildhalls in England.
Museums and Cultural Attractions - Norwich cathedral was begun in 1096, and is almost wholly Norman in style.
Great Yarmouth has several museums.
Conservation Projects - Some parts of the Norfolk Broads have been made into nature reserves for wildlife, which include bitterns, goldeneye ducks, swans, teal, and marsh harriers, as well as the rare swallowtail butterfly. Hickling Broad, in the north of the region, is a bird sanctuary, and there is a floating conservation centre on Ranworth Broad. A seal colony lives off the seaward end of Blakeney Point and can be visited by boat.
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Other - Cromer, Hunstanton, Great Yarmouth, and Sheringham are coastal resorts with fine beaches.
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