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Old 18 March 2008, 18:49   #1
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HYS Drystack

Tempted with Drystacking for the next 12Mths and see HYS as being a pretty good deal - anyone got experience they can share? (good or bad, it all helps!)

Sounds like they will hide my trailer as well which is a help!

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Old 18 March 2008, 19:26   #2
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very good!

we used them for last 12 months. moved now cos selling the rib.

mdl at hamble point are similar price and nicer setup.
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Old 19 March 2008, 11:53   #3
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Give Southampton Dry Stack a ring - if you look at a few threads on here many positive comments have been made about their operation.
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Old 19 March 2008, 15:37   #4
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as a matter of interest how much does drystacking a 6m rib for the year work out at? I am currently moored in central london, which costs just under 2k per annum and was potentally looking to move the boat elsewhere.

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Old 19 March 2008, 17:17   #5
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as a matter of interest how much does drystacking a 6m rib for the year work out at? I am currently moored in central london, which costs just under 2k per annum and was potentally looking to move the boat elsewhere.

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Because of the impending Thames speed limit ?
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Old 19 March 2008, 18:29   #6
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Tim not really, just fancy a change of scene maybe. At <2k pa, I think Cadogan Pier is a competitve rate.

Talking of speed limits as I understand it at the moment, the area to be covered will be from Westminster to Tower bridge which is fine by me. The original thoughts of extending it from Wandsworth bridge to the barrier are a bit wide of the mark............or thats what i'm hoping!
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2k sounds like a very competitive price to me, certainly compared to South Coast marina prices.
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Old 20 March 2008, 09:37   #8
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Hhmm! Yes, Bargain!
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knowing what i paid last year for a 7.5 meter i suspect you wont be moving to make a saving!!
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Give Southampton Dry Stack a ring - if you look at a few threads on here many positive comments have been made about their operation.
Agree that SDS have established a good reputation.

However, for budget storage and launching, Drivers Wharf can offer you a package at well under 2k per annum. www.dryberthing.com
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