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As in any working boatyard, the one behind
the Harbourmaster's Office at Felixstowe
Ferry is a fascinating window on marine life
where pleasure-craft, dinghies, rowing
boats and fishing boats share space with
the odd gin-palace and lots of abandoned
junk. On the mud flats of the River Deben,
upstream from Felixstowe, lie the mortal
remains of many small craft that, for
whatever reason, didn't make the boatyard
for repair or overhaul, and have now themselves been abandoned. But the yard itself is
always a hive of activity, and if this boat owner's skills at marine conservation match his
skills at car restoration, he'll have a fine boat indeed (I'm assuming it was his boat, and
he wasn't just parked here temporarily while he popped to the cafe or the loo). The
Ferry's a favourite spot, with a good pub, several good cafes and a wet fish shop as well
as the sailing club and very pleasant walking country. But you don't see many Austin 7s
around here any more.
As in any working boatyard, the one behind the Harbourmaster's Office at Felixstowe
Ferry is a fascinating window on marine life where pleasure-craft, dinghies, rowing boats
and fishing boats share space with the odd gin-palace and lots of abandoned junk. On the
mud flats of the River Deben, upstream from Felixstowe, lie the mortal remains of many
small craft that, for whatever reason, didn't make the boatyard for repair or overhaul,
and have now themselves been abandoned. But the yard itself is always a hive of
activity, and if this boat owner's skills at marine conservation match his skills at car
restoration, he'll have a fine boat indeed (I'm assuming it was his boat, and he wasn't
just parked here temporarily while he popped to the cafe or the loo). The Ferry's a
favourite spot, with a good pub, several good cafes and a wet fish shop as well as the
sailing club and very pleasant walking country. But you don't see many Austin 7s
around here any more.
As in any working boatyard, the one behind
the Harbourmaster's Office at Felixstowe
Ferry is a fascinating window on marine life
where pleasure-craft, dinghies, rowing
boats and fishing boats share space with
the odd gin-palace and lots of abandoned
junk. On the mud flats of the River Deben,
upstream from Felixstowe, lie the mortal
remains of many small craft that, for
whatever reason, didn't make the boatyard
for repair or overhaul, and have now themselves been abandoned. But the yard itself is
always a hive of activity, and if this boat owner's skills at marine conservation match his
skills at car restoration, he'll have a fine boat indeed (I'm assuming it was his boat, and
he wasn't just parked here temporarily while he popped to the cafe or the loo). The
Ferry's a favourite spot, with a good pub, several good cafes and a wet fish shop as well
as the sailing club and very pleasant walking country. But you don't see many Austin 7s
around here any more.

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As in any working boatyard, the one behind the Harbourmaster's Office at Felixstowe Ferry is a fascinating window on marine life where pleasure-craft, dinghies, rowing boats and fishing boats share space with the odd gin-palace and lots of abandoned junk. On the mud flats of the River Deben, upstream from Felixstowe, lie the mortal remains of many small craft that, for whatever reason, didn't make the boatyard for repair or overhaul, and have now themselves been abandoned.  But the yard itself is always a hive of activity, and if this boat owner's skills at marine conservation match his skills at car restoration, he'll have a fine boat indeed (I'm assuming it was his boat, and he wasn't just parked here temporarily while he popped to the cafe or the loo). The Ferry's a favourite spot, with a good pub, several good cafes and a wet fish shop as well as the sailing club and very pleasant walking country.   But you don't see many Austin 7s around here any more.
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