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Old 21 May 2008, 16:35   #21
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Originally Posted by Nos4r2 View Post
I wasn't suggesting accompanying the boat on one
not a totally pleasant experience.....

i have done a lot of miles in the things and they do vibrate a little bit, secret is to have a hammock and suspend yourself above the deck and near the roof area near the back. trying to find an area where the temperature is a bit more constant

I can think of nicer ways to travel

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Old 22 May 2008, 02:54   #22
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Originally Posted by Hugh Jardon View Post
I can think of nicer ways to travel
Quite, some bloody heating in the things would make life a little more comfortable for the passengers. Came back from Gib in one, during a scorchie hot summer. Within an hour there was ice forming inside the windows and we were dressed in t shirts. Finally spotted the Bristol Channel, great turn right into Lyneham and we are home. Nope Loadmaster tells us we are going to circumnavigate Wales so the Pilot can get his hours in .


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Old 22 May 2008, 06:00   #23
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Originally Posted by BruceB View Post
I'll rephrase the question. How many yachts as a proportion of the total number go more than a few miles from their mooring more than a couple of times a year. And then only locally rather than crossing the Atlantic or even the channel?
I bet its a very small proportion of the total from any marina I know of.
Errrr judging by most marinas I've been in I'll amend that to "ever leave their berth". The local spiders certainly apreciate the mooring warps.......

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