Day 37: Ely – Cambridge

17 miles
2 locks

The home stretch. We set off at just before 9 and made good time, with both locks in our favour we were in Cambridge by 1pm.

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We were particularly pleased to find that our old spot was still vacant. Our mooring licence only gives us the right to moor somewhere along the public green spaces so we don’t have a designated spot but simply one space that we have taken a liking to! Thankfully whilst we were away no one had taken it so we were able to slip in between nb Bümba (previously nb Light Enough to Travel) and nb Suzi Q.

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2 thoughts on “Day 37: Ely – Cambridge

  1. “Bumba”?

    “Light enough to Travel”?

    Well, change her name and change her luck……….

  2. Having lived in East Anglia for several years, Cambridge was an area high on our list when we were looking for a mooring. It looks very hard to get in though.
    We are moving to a residential mooring at Nottingham in a couple of weeks but might still try to get on a waiting list around your area. Any suggestions?

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