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Old 07 September 2016, 04:12   #11
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In the summer; inflated on trolley, engine on transom, eveything in boat, in garage, ready to go.
In the winter; deflated on a sack barrow, engine on stand, everything else on shelves/in cupboards.
At the moment it's all in the van ready to go.

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Old 09 September 2016, 11:27   #12
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Its folded up in one of the corners of my cellar
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Old 26 March 2017, 13:50   #13
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My T40 is kept inflated on her trailer. I built a shelf along the back of the garage and all boat related stuff is up there. I have everything I need to be on the water in 2 plastic boxes. I have all the wetsuits and life jackets hanging below, so they can dry out after use.

If its a nice evening, simply drop the boxes in the back of the car. Hook the trailer in and Im in the water 30 minutes later as I'm only a mile from the nearest slipway

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Old 27 March 2017, 02:00   #14
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Fully inflated all season on it's side in the garage. Lifted up onto the Landy roof for transport to the beach.

I hate inflating, deflating, packing, re-inflating to wash down, deflating, packing...repeat...repeat....repeat. If you have the space and can transport it on the roof or a trailer then keeping it inflated makes for a much easier life.
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