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  1. #1
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    Default Mooring in Richmond

    Is there anywhere in Richmond where you can moor up for a few hours, a pub would be great, but anywhere really would do?

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    How big is your boat ?
    Blame it on the boogie .

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    5.5 metres

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    Default mooring

    Hi

    You can use the pontoon where the restaurant pontoon is but you must ask them first, usually they ae ok but it is polite to ask, you can also moor by the bank between the restaurant pontoon and the pleasure boat one but it is tidal there and the depth is not good so beware !

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjmehra View Post
    Is there anywhere in Richmond where you can moor up for a few hours, a pub would be great, but anywhere really would do?
    If the tide is slack you can just tie up outside the boozer but not on the trip boat one..

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    Try tying up onto one of those big sluice gates by Richmond lock.

    Use plenty of lines
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