mv Lady Ann

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mv Lady Ann
mv Lady Ann
“I asked if she was for sale and the deal was done on a handshake” Ross Warrell

mv (motor vessel) Lady Ann is a beautiful, traditional, wooden, carvel-built Broads boat; lovingly restored by Ross. We believe that she was one of the Tudor Roses sailing out of Oulton Broad's "Little Ships" in the 1960s.

Ross first drove her for Wroxham Launch Hire (Hoveton). At the time she was being used for filming the Broads and this was when she was first stripped out. Mr Starbucks had found her at Belaugh; he fitted her out for hire and ran her himself for river trips. When Wroxham Launch hire withdrew her from service, Ross asked if she was for sale and the deal was done on a handshake!

mv Lady Ann now spends her time on Horsey Mere, during the summer months, amongst the fabulous wildlife. With her beautiful mahogany interior, comfortable seating for 12 and all-weather canopy, she is the perfect boat for wildlife watching and photography. Highly recommended by a returning family of swallows.

Location of mv Lady Ann

“Lovely to see the swallows’ nest on the boat and how the parents flew out to meet us and feed the chicks!” Julie

Listen to Anna Perrott from BBC Radio Norwich visit mv Lady Ann and interview Ross whilst watching the swallows (06.04 minutes) 

Swallows nesting on board mv Lady Ann

Swallows nesting on mv Lady Ann

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General Info

mv Lady Ann is available for boat trips & private hire from May to September. She is fully licensed by the Broads Authority.

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Horsey Weather

What does POP mean?

POP stands for 'probability of precipitation' which is simply the probability of rain.
A technical description of POP is available at Wikipedia—Probability of Precipitation

Need to contact Ross?

Text: 07791 526440
or
* Email: [email protected]

* Please note that Ross is unable to read emails whilst on Lady Ann - texting really is the best way to contact him as he cannot guarantee that emails will be read in time for your visit - he wants to hear from you!

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