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Old 19 May 2013, 04:16   #431
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Cowes harbour pontoon by hammerhead crane was 1.55. Yarmouth always been competitive give them a call or on website I think.
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Old 19 May 2013, 05:04   #432
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FYI Yarmouth fuel berth was a fraction over 1.50 a litre last week
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Yarmouth on Isle of wight is the cheapest im sure,sorry i dont have current prices
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Cowes harbour pontoon by hammerhead crane was 1.55. Yarmouth always been competitive give them a call or on website I think.
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FYI Yarmouth fuel berth was a fraction over 1.50 a litre last week


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Old 19 May 2013, 05:17   #434
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I want to have a go in everything. ... But I really want to hear twin optis Rev up. ..

Good stuff all round. .
That is going to cost you a lot at 5 per boat, but well worth it
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You need a bladder.
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Old 19 May 2013, 05:26   #436
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Yeh, a 300-400 litre one should do it
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You just need to get a minted CI based money man onboard.
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And I'd quite enjoy breaking him too

Thanks for the encouraging post on FB, so far half a dozen or so of the more adventurous of my friends have mustered the energy to hit the like button A step in the right direction I spose...
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Hi All,

Unfortunately I'm not going to be able to make it. I've hurt my back (herniated disc) and walking is a challenge let alone being in a rib. I wish you all well.

The is doubly bad as an old friend who had recently been given the all clear from cancer has just now been told it is back, is inoperable and it is only a matter of time so right now I have even more reason to thank the folks at Macmillan et al.

Hope the day goes well.

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It's come down a bit. Was 1.47 yesterday.
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