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More thefts from boats – Morston Creek.

We have received the following from Sgt. Jason Pegden today: There has been a further theft overnight on 9th/10th May when a set of Honda outboard controls were stolen from a boat moored in the creek at Morston. We will be stepping up the patrols to the area and officers will walk up along to…

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Thefts from Cley beach and Morston Quay.

Virtual boatwatch update – Tuesday, May 7th2019 – 12:44 PM There have been some thefts from Cley-Next-The-Sea beach and Morston Quay overnight – some batteries, a control box and GPS equipment have been stolen from the beach and Morston Quay. We haven’t heard any reports so far from Blakeney Quay. We would urge all members…

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Six things you may not know about the BHA

Here’s our latest mini-newsletter. Enjoy! (Update – Apologies for misleading you on the tagged trout numbers; we misinterpreted the data and the total of 800 included brown trout and sea trout together. Only 34 sea trout have been tagged so far, so for the fishermen that might be reading, please don’t see that as a…

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Suspicious activity.

Saturday/Sunday, March 2nd/3rd: We’ve been told by our very helpful local police that there was a report of a suspicious transit poking about the parked up vessels on the quay.  Jim Temple was aware of it, it was suspicious behaviour and there were links to Marine crime. Please be vigilant. If you spot anything suspicious…

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SPRING 2019 NEWSLETTER

Spring has sprung in late February! And so has our newsletter – there are events for your diary, updates, safety items and some terrific drone images of the harbour too. Find it here…

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Be Extra Vigilant !

We’ve been told by our very helpful local police that there have been a number of suspicious Transit vans visiting the area.  They are interested both in boats, including those in boatyards, and engines of course. There a number of outboards still on vessels. The police strongly advise owners take these engines home as they…

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SS Hjørdis “The Forgotten Ship” – Sole Survivor Found?

Having updated her fascinating research into the SS Hjørdis on our new Harbour History section, Sue Gresham reveals that the sole survivor may have been found. Containing her latest research, new information and a facelift to the document itself, it’s well worth a visit. Thanks, Sue for keeping up the great work.

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NOTICE TO MARINERS – BHA WEATHER STATION at BLAKENEY QUAY

Please note that the BHA weather station, currently temporarily mounted on the Sailing Club dinghy park flagpole, will be removed tomorrow November 3rd. From tomorrow, it will not be possible to access data from this weather station on the Internet until early December (exact date will be advised), pending it’s long term installation on the…

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SOME GOOD NEWS !!

A RESULT !   The Police apprehended two suspects early on Saturday morning after they had been disturbed attempting to steal engines. They left one behind and the second was recovered later.   Very many thanks for the quick action by a photographer who was taking night pictures and who called the Police.   Great…

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