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Chandler in London, UK ?

Its me again. This time I'll have 2 days in London (after a business trip). Can anyone tell me where I could find a chandlery (preferrably large one) in or around London area ?
BTW, I found none on my last trip to Netherlands. Then again I wasn't trying hard.
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In London:
Arthur Beale Ltd, 194 Shaftesbury Avenue
Collins & Chambers Ltd, 197-199 Mare Street
Additional information: http://http://www.boatingbusiness.co...etailers/shops
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In London:
Arthur Beale Ltd, 194 Shaftesbury Avenue
Collins & Chambers Ltd, 197-199 Mare Street
Additional information: http://http://www.boatingbusiness.co...etailers/shops
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In London:
Arthur Beale Ltd, 194 Shaftesbury Avenue
Collins & Chambers Ltd, 197-199 Mare Street
Additional information: http://http://www.boatingbusiness.co...etailers/shops
could you advise, should I book a hotel before going or can I search for a B&B when arrived there. I'm arriving on 30-Apr. Intend to go Queen's Threater for Les Miserable show and shop at Arthur Beale which coincidentially is along same road, Shaftesbury Avenue.
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I suggest you contact the Cruising Association at Limehouse Basin for suggestions on that and other questions. See Cruising Association Home Page


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