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Old 22 December 2003, 15:56   #1
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South coast boat storage

Well ive decided the new rib really isn't going to fit in my parents garage so ive got to find somewhere else.

Thinking of storign it on the south coast somewhere. Preferably not to far from the motorway. Id much rather store it dry than on the water.

Andre, your place is ideal, it just takes to long to get to.

Does anyone know of a place and prices for dry sailing a 6m rib?
I would also need the yard to launch and recover for me.

Thanks guys
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Try Drivers Wharf at Soton - Richard B can fill you in on costs. Either that or Rogue Wave might be able to sort you something out at his gaff at Saxon Wharf. Another alternative would be Calshot Activities Centre, although thats rather exposed to any one that wanders by.
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I asked John Kennett if he'd like to put a directory entry for storage/dry berthing on the main site a little while ago, and supplied some info to start...

Oh well, I'll just forward you the email in a minute
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Old 22 December 2003, 16:31   #4
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http://www.warsashmarine.com/

They're at warsash at the mouth of the hamble


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Ive had a look at one, warsash would cost me 1400 to store it out in the open for 6 months. Thats with 20 launches.
About 1100 to have 10 launches.

Am i really gonna have to pay that much?
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Ah crap, those prices are excluding VAT too...
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Am i really gonna have to pay that much?
Yes!

But I've emailed you with some slightly better news (but remember that the further you are from the sea, the more you'll spend on petrol) And it means you don't wreck your trailer bearings (&brakes) unless you decide on a jaunt to a new cruising area. And you can still have a sporty car instead of a farmer's Land Rover (OMG I'm going to get some stick now!)
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Old 22 December 2003, 16:54   #8
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Yes!

And you can still have a sporty car instead of a farmer's Land Rover (OMG I'm going to get some stick now!)
Or Move down to the south coast next to the big blue



Theres a place opposite haslar mariner in gosport that was cheaper when I looked but can't remember the name.

whats the name pete
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My wifes company can beat that price easily but she can't beat Calshot. She does have 3 spaces available for 2004. The concept is to try and set up a rib resource centre where you leave your boat and have access to other facilities, Meeting Changing room , Showers, some storage for your Kit, access to workshop and tools etc.

Basically the conceopt is to provide a resource for Ribbers run by Ribbers


Drivers Wharf is also pretty good and Alan Priddy reccomends a Dry berthing place in Portsmouth based in Canber Dock. I think it is run by Bill Baker
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. And you can still have a sporty car instead of a farmer's Land Rover (OMG I'm going to get some stick now!)
So whats your excuse for driving a Merc Estate then Grandad?
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Get back to ploughing a field you Wurzels!

Alan - now surely you've traded the 'zu in for a Porche by now?
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Can you tell me more about your wifes company Waver?

Where abouts is it?
Is the crainage into the water?

any other info i should know?
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So whats your excuse for driving a Merc Estate then Grandad?
He thinks it "hip" and "trendy" need I say more 1!!!!!!!!!!

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That's rich coming from WVM!
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Alan - now surely you've traded the 'zu in for a Porche by now?
Sadly not..............something swedish and blondish!
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Yes but ask him what colour it is, I will give you a clue think of a 1970s really tacky colour.

Well Richard want to tell the folks ?

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Close, bank of england recently sold a lot of it.

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