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Old 04 February 2005, 16:47   #11
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I have heard numerous people round here saying the people that do fuel on torquay quayside are unreliable to say the least. It is definitely worth a phone call to check are going to be around.
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It's because they never answer the VHF when called for fuel. I've been told to always use the phone number as the radio is a waste of time to call them.
I think it's over a 1 ltr now from there.
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Old 04 February 2005, 17:47   #12
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Blimey! ...it's not even that much in Dartmouth! The same bloke now owns both the Dartmouth and Salcombe fuel barges so he kind of has the monopoly.
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Old 04 February 2005, 18:31   #13
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Petrol is available in Torquay at a premium, last year they were charging 1.10 a litre

The other is the fuel barge in the Dart, which is cheaper

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Old 04 February 2005, 19:01   #14
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Thanks for the info all... looks like the ol' Dartmouth fuel barge is favourite... Christ that takes me back a year or two.....
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Old 04 February 2005, 19:21   #15
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I'll start with

I don't keep my boat in either
I am not affiliated or even live in either area

Advertised prices at both Torquay and dartmouth last season were both over a quid

Dartmouth, if you were buying in BIG bulk offered better discount for cash

Both dartmouth and Torquay werrwe always available during thier advertised hours

Of course this is just my experience of Both
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Old 05 February 2005, 06:17   #16
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Forget calling TQY FUELby VHF, use the mobile. They are open all the time but you may have to ring about 5 times before they answer!!
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