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Old 02-03-2005, 11:40 PM   #1
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I'm going on my first ever boating holiday in May and one of the places we'll be mooring is Great Yarmouth. My family and I used to go on holiday to Great Yarmouth every year when I was a kid and I still manage to visit at least once a year now. So Great Yarmouth it's self has a place in my heart. I've also always had an obsession with boats so I'm very excited about this trip. I'm thinking of getting a tattoo as a momento. Just a flash piece. Something water or boating based.
I know there are atleast two tattoo studios in Great Yarmouth but I've been told that one is a bit dodgy and the other is a good one but I don't know which is which, if things have changed or if there are more and better studios. Can anyone recommend a studio in that town?
If I don't see anything I like I'll have to get myself another belt buckle like I normally do when I go there.

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Old 02-03-2005, 11:46 PM   #2
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Well i know theres Joes in Gorleston which basically is Yarmouth,but i havn't seen much of his work although someone i work with swears by him.
Heres his website anyway:Clicky
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Well i know theres Joes in Gorleston which basically is Yarmouth,but i havn't seen much of his work although someone i work with swears by him.
Heres his website anyway:Clicky

Had a wee look at that site some nice work there and bright web lol
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Cheers.
I'll have to check to see if it's within walking distance of the boat yard as our van will be parked in Potter Heigham.
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Which boat yard are you using if you don't mind me asking?
We take our boat out and about down that way sometimes.
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I think we're going out from Herbert Woods boat yard in Potter Heigham. Where we go from there is anyones guess. It's taken us 4 weeks of planning to decide to turn left to Great Yarmouth when we get to the Bure instead or right to Wroxham.
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I think we're going out from Herbert Woods boat yard in Potter Heigham
I think thats the one with the big pointy tower thingy!
Yarmouth is like about a 15-20 minute drive from there i think,might be less than that actually.
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Driving there would kind of feel like defeating the point of going by boat. No doubt we'll end up going again before the year's out.
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Both Art Attack studios are cool.DO NOT go to the old geezer under the pier,unless it is to see the enviroment that tattoos used to be done in
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One of the Art Attack studios is in Nelson road, which is up one of the roads dead opposit the Marina centre on the sea front. This studio is run by Keith.

The other studio is on the padestriaised bit of the main road of shops leading into town from the pier, (not the pier ner the pleasurebeach, the big pier. It's on the left as you go up. This one is run by John.

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