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Old 11 October 2005, 05:25   #1
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Boat storage down South

I had this conversation with several people last night who, if I recall said they could sort out storage that wouldn't cost the earth. However I had a shandy too many and can't remember much else like who said what and how much it would be. This brings to my question......

I would like to keep my RIB down here in the Portsmouth area, on it's trailer. The storage place doesn't nessasserily have to be next to a slipway - I can tow it a few miles to a slip. Can anyone recommend anywhere which isn't going to require me to apply for a second student loan under a dodgy name with a fake passport?

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Old 11 October 2005, 05:32   #2
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Ken Brown's In Portsmouth, or join Eastney Cruising Association.
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Old 11 October 2005, 06:20   #3
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Spoke to him and he (or one of his employees) was very helpful. They do a winter package which sounds good although it is pricey. The other issue if I go with him is that I will still have to find somehwere to store my trailer.

Another possibilty might be to rent a garage or something
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calshot would be around 400 a year i suspect for your boat and the place has 2 slipways, but might be a bit of a drive from you, but will be a lot cheaper than ken browns
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If you wanna drag 'em to Cornwall. You can bung 'em in the barn with mine for the price of a tub of rat bait and a bloody good fire extinguisher!!
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If you wanna drag 'em to Cornwall. You can bung 'em in the barn with mine for the price of a tub of rat bait and a bloody good fire extinguisher!!
whats the plan for stopping mice nibling your bits?
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whats the plan for stopping mice nibling your bits?
think JW uses sodium chlorate to stop scottish mice nibbling his
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Church Farm Caravan Storage at Bosham. 600/year for 6.5m. Storage is in well ventilated secure barns.
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think JW uses sodium chlorate to stop scottish mice nibbling his
Yep, I find mixed with a little parafin it makes it easier to rub in!
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