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Old 03 March 2013, 14:27   #51
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Andy, I am sure it will be first come, first served and-----------50hp

you better bring some sandwiches
I'll phone ahead and ask they reserve me one

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That's great if I can make some changes on the boat before ie console and engine lift I'm in.
If not we'll but a lead weight or six on the nose, that'll help!
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Old 03 March 2013, 14:29   #52
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Thats great if I can make some changes on the boat before ie console and engine lift Im in.
Get cracking on with it then and see you there.

If you dont get it done in time (i am sure you will) come on down as i am sure there will be spare seats somwhere.
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Old 06 March 2013, 14:56   #53
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I may also tag along . Where are you planning on mooring in Looe? I heard its not the easiest
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Old 06 March 2013, 15:10   #54
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I may also tag along . Where are you planning on mooring in Looe? I heard its not the easiest
Mooring is OK, it's the Shitehawks which will kill you.
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Old 07 March 2013, 03:55   #55
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I may also tag along . Where are you planning on mooring in Looe? I heard its not the easiest
There is a visitors birth, which we can use, its small but they are currently rebuilding it and building a new birth with showers and all sorts of stuff that might be ready by then.

Rob from Blackdog Marine has been conned, sorry volunteered into making the tea to accompany said pasties
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Old 07 March 2013, 04:34   #56
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Where do you leave your cars and trailers ?
Is there any where close by to fuel up the boat once we get to looe as i don't know how much mine uses.
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Old 07 March 2013, 05:23   #57
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Where do you leave your cars and trailers ?
Is there any where close by to fuel up the boat once we get to looe as i don't know how much mine uses.
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The slip ways in Plymouth all have car / trailer parks or there is on road parking opposite if already full.

Looe does have a garage, but not something I've thought about. I'm taking a spare can as the 23l will be a bit tight on a 28m run.

Grab a spare can and take it, save the effort. Rob will know the fuel options better than me??
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Old 07 March 2013, 06:51   #58
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The slip ways in Plymouth all have car / trailer parks or there is on road parking opposite if already full.

Looe does have a garage, but not something I've thought about. I'm taking a spare can as the 23l will be a bit tight on a 28m run.

Grab a spare can and take it, save the effort. Rob will know the fuel options better than me??
Thanks
I've been looking on Google at the Oreston , Do you use the slip on the quay ?

I have 3 x 24ltr fuel tanks which I think will fit in the consoles so hoping this will be enough.
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Old 07 March 2013, 07:44   #59
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Why use Oreston? Mountbatten slip is far more user friendly. No narrow roads to negotiate either.
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Old 07 March 2013, 07:55   #60
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Also for those needing Petrol you may want to drop an email to the garage in Looe just to check that it has not closed. http://looestrategygroup.blogspot.co...g-station.html
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