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Old 21 February 2006, 02:50   #41
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and 100/month to keep it in secure lockup... but then it is in a very nice location for going to cowes for lunch in my lunch hour
That's a lot cheaper than us and in a better location, please don't tell any of our customers you are in the Marina at Warsash
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Old 21 February 2006, 03:30   #42
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Ah but I should have said, that the guy I share my boat with has known the guy for a long long time so its very discounted mates rates! would normally be quite a bit more!
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Old 21 February 2006, 03:39   #43
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Bummer! I was going to put Billy over there at those rates

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Old 21 February 2006, 03:48   #44
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If people can give me some ball park figures for their secure storage site I would be grateful. I'm not after a berth only hardstanding and a slip. (Racking doesn't interest me as I then need somewhere to put a trailer!)

Thanks in advance.

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If nobody lets you join there club and if I was in your position I'd seriously consider getiing myself proposed for membership at the Eastney Cruising Association. Then consider Eastlands at the top of the Hamble. This has what you are looking for.
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Old 21 February 2006, 04:10   #45
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i am storing a 6.5m caravan, a 21ft cabin cruiser and a 6.5 m rib for 20% of what you pay for one boat!!! mind you i have to tow the boats to a slipway which may be a very different arrangement to what you have...

Where is that???

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Old 21 February 2006, 06:36   #46
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Then consider Eastlands at the top of the Hamble. This has what you are looking for.
Don't underestimate the time it takes to get between Eastlands and the sea though. It's a good 45 minutes either way, with very little scope for a bit of sneaky speeding.

To make matters worse, my experience of the customer service at Eastlands was appalling. Unless it has improved since then I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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Old 21 February 2006, 08:39   #47
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How much

i did hear at one point it was 3 years. This may have changed though.

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I think the yard is quicker to get into if you have a smaller boat and the price is dependent on size too. We keep our boat there and it is really good service, very easy.

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Old 21 February 2006, 13:05   #48
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i pay 180 for three months lymington now i pay 1500 for the year on the island is there any cheaper
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Old 21 February 2006, 17:58   #49
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I was on the waiting list for Haven Quay for eighteen months, and have just got slot, but I am a small boat (relatively) and live within walking distance.

To give you an idea, in the past calendar year I paid a total of 2100 to Berthon to keep my boat on its trailer on concrete hardstanding, one quarter of a mile from a slip which worked for me for 2/3 of the tidal range. She was overnighted in the water for about 5 or 6 weeks. All of that was included in the price.

{I also paid about 250 for repair to launch related damage to my hull - but put that down to learning experience}

I paid 150 to use the slip for the year. Total, excluding repairs, 2250.

This year from April I will be in Haven Quay using the lift. Tralier storage elsewhere in the New Forest. Total cost including unlimited launches and recoveries with no hassle 3100.

Difference 850.

Expected number of launches 50. Extra cost per launch 17.

Now the bad news. Estimated fuel cost per trip 45.

Number of extra trips compared to last calendar year because of no hassle with launching: 10. Cost 450

Number of suppers at Salty's compared to suppers at the Mayflower - 10. Additional cost per supper (berthing fee, better beer, wife is better at helming in the dark - something to do with carrots and no beer) 20. Cost 200.

Saving of one GRP repair - 200.

Overall analysis:

Explicit extra cost: 850
Extra Fuel: 450
Extra Supper Costs: 200
Less one GRP repair: 200

Extra overall cost 1300 - or say 100 a month

I am in the very fortunate position of being able to afford this - just - so if my experience of Haven Quay turns out to be much better than at Berthon, I will be a happy bunny.
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Tralier storage elsewhere in the New Forest.
How much would that cost - about a pony I guess?
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