A rond anchor is intended to be used when mooring on a bank where there are no mooring stakes, posts, rings or cleats where you can fasten your painters. There are two painters on the boat, one fixed to the bow and one to the stern. Both of them end in an eye splice, a loop of rope made without a knot.
No need for SatNav to help you with your navigation on the waters of the North Norfolk broads. Any good map will provide you with the information you need to plan a successful cruise.
The Ordnance Survey’s Landranger series, No 134 covers all of the area you need at the scale of 1:50,000. Continue reading
On the Northern Broads there are three briges you may need to negotiate. These are Ludham Bridge, Potter Heigham (in fact two bridges about 100 yds apart) and Acle bridge. This section show you how to manage passing under bridges by examining the mast lowering and quanting at Potter Heigham. We start on the east side of the bridges moored on the south bank. Continue reading