1.15 nm/L = 0.86l/nm - Not much worse than mine..... Which is in agreement with the general consensus of loads of prevous threads that it doesn't matter what you got, 1L/nm is a good planning figure!
To put my consumption figures into perspective, since the rebuild and not including my last run, which I have not refilled since so don't have a decent number for fuel-
27 Hours, 229.5nm, 202.5 L at an overall
ave speed of 11.54 knts
10 hrs were at 25:1 at slow speed (running in)
7.5 hrs were at 1500 RPM along a canal (at a spectacular 4 knots - 2L/nm
20 miles of slow- ish speed during the Stirling cruise when we were accompanying a lot of displacement craft.
average consumption taking those two unusual events into account drops to 1.04L/nm.
As the Stirling cruise & the running in become smaller proportions of the total, that average creeps down now every time I go out.
Come back to this thread in a year and who knows?