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Old 31 July 2008, 10:32   #1
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Hamble RIB Mooring

Going to be launching a 5.5 metre RIB tomorrow evening from the public slip in front of the Bugle - has anyone left RIBs on the public pontoon overnight before, any experiences good/bad or terrible.

Failing that its going to have to be MDL!


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Old 31 July 2008, 12:31   #2
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The end of the harbourmasters pontoon might be more sensible, unless that is where you meant. I often go there for work and boats get left overnight for the usual cost all the time, with and without occupants. If you need to move about there is then always the water taxi.

The HM moors their boats there too, so must be reasonably safe
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