Cheers for that Siochair. We covered around 2100 and the trip cost (an eye watering) £7900 but that did include credit card charges and interest whilst away.
That got us about 5000 litres which works out about 2mpg. Not great but carburettor V8 engines are not known for being frugal.
We were often loaded with 2.5T of fuel, gear and food etc
probably 600 miles were not at our most economical 22 knots. Most of the crossing from Shetland to Norway (270 miles) was at 27 Knots.
We have a Faria fuel meter that gave litres per hour etc which proved very useful.
Thanks again Maximus for the kind words! And like Ive said before we cant wait to go again! Next time though I think it will only be two aboard as three living and sleeping aboard for 29 days was a wee bit cramped!
this shows how we slept 3... One bunk dropped in either side of the wheel house and the third person slept below with everything else!