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Old 15 October 2013, 13:38   #391
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Used about 66 litres each way with our 85hp 2 stroke Yamaha (1991)
About Double that on the Outward trip!!.....ALOT! less on Homeward Leg!
(Year old Suzi 250 Df) Supurb!
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Old 15 October 2013, 13:48   #392
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80 on the outward trip, 95 on the return

Yamaha F250D also superb
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For those that couldn't make the trip there were tee shirts handed out to those that made it to commemorate the crossing. However there are some tee shirts left over. Now these tee shirts are highly sort after and are bound to become collectors items, they will probably end up at Southerby's one day

As we are raising money for MacMillan cancer support I am willing to let the tee shirts go for a 10 donation to the fund. Ill post them free of charge.

Donations can be made here Rib. net is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support

I only have 5 x XL and 2 x L. so let me know if you want one and what size before you donate the 10.
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Old 15 October 2013, 14:23   #394
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A few photos... Should anyone involved on the trip want to see the rest please pm me your email address.
Stick then on here yea miserable git
Looks like your the only one with a camera .. Don't be shy now ..!
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Old 15 October 2013, 14:26   #395
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stick then on here yea miserable git :d
looks like your the only one with a camera .. Don't be shy now ..!
oh, why are we waiting why are we waiting. !! Lol
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Did 160 miles and used 170lt, 50lt from the needles on the way out and about 80lt back to the needles launched at the Hamble.
Fuel consumption went up big time Sunday for me.
My only casualty apart from a bruised bum was the constant wind and dousing in water tore off my life boat sticker!
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oh, why are we waiting why are we waiting. !! Lol
I've got some gopro footage but need some time to get though it , all good things come to those who wait!!
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Thats what wife said... I'm still waiting
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Used about 66 litres each way with our 85hp 2 stroke Yamaha (1991)
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(Year old Suzi 250 Df) Supurb!
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Did 160 miles and used 170lt, 50lt from the needles on the way out and about 80lt back to the needles launched at the Hamble.
That doesn't seem too bad!
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