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Old 16 July 2014, 06:28   #11
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Dave your not paying attention Mick beat you to it three posts ago!!


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Ah, that'll be the name then


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Old 16 July 2014, 06:39   #12
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Old 17 July 2014, 01:48   #13
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Boat storage in Oban area

Indoor storage around the Oban area is fairly limited, but there are some options. The Marine Resource Centre (MRC) at Barcaldine has plenty of space through the summer and is readily available but maybe a wee bit off the beaten track for divers. Oban Marina on the isle of Kerrera also has shed space (at a price) but you have somewhat limited accessibility as you are constrained by their ferry times - every hour during the summer. Often worth a call to the local farmers, see what they can offer
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Old 17 July 2014, 02:30   #14
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How are you planning to launch? Linnhe slip is a bit skiddy (or it was the one c time I used it with snow on it ... ;-) )
If you can't tow it at the moment dya need tractor launching...?
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Old 17 July 2014, 14:23   #15
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Looks like she's gone
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Creran Marine would be my top choice

Other good ones are Linnhe Marine, and Barcaldine Marine

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Old 01 March 2015, 05:40   #17
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Looks like she's gone
...and her Honda too! I wonder who's advice she took?

Honda outboard engine stolen - Oban area
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Old 01 March 2015, 08:52   #18
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Unusual for that area I would think
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Old 01 March 2015, 09:05   #19
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Unusual for that area I would think
thefts of boaty stuff go in waves, could be nothing for a year then a spate of thieving for a month.
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thefts of boaty stuff go in waves, could be nothing for a year then a spate of thieving for a month.

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