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Old 31 July 2012, 16:30   #11
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OK, so doesn't sound too bad then - thanks for the info!

Yes, 100/night to moor the rib (5.8m)(thanks W&PDC) was a bit off putting to start with, believe they've halved it now for lack of takers - never mind the hotel rates, etc.... Oh well, probably the only time I'll go to the Olympic sailing....
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Old 31 July 2012, 16:39   #12
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I don't know about mooring rates but give dean and reddyhoff a call at Weymouth to compare prices it is normally about 30 per night

I was in the harbour office an a Australian lady cam in to pay for her berth ant they took 170 from her do a 35 foot boat for 1 night she was shocked so was I !
The hotels are not full as people held off for the big bucks that did not come
There is a special park and ride car park for at least 500 cars that has a maximum of 10 cars in it !
Sailing is not really a spectator sport
On saying that the tv coverage has been good..
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