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CRT losing the plot

15 August 2015 - 06:21 PM

We were at Tom's moorings in Market Drayton. All the paper work came to me and my wife as we paid for the moorings.


CRT take over and write to my brother at his address (that's the address CRT have for the boat registration).


So CRT know our boat details (obviously) but apparently we have to provide ALL of that information again i


Then in the section where it says "Please boxes in this line blank" they written things in!



How can two parts of one organisation apparently be so disconnected from each other? I




21 July 2015 - 06:28 PM


CRT Moorings

30 June 2015 - 02:19 PM

We're currently mooring at Tom's Moorings in Market Drayton. On July 1st the lease on the moorings is reverting back to CRT so we're waiting to hear from them about what is going to be different.


How good are CRT at maintaining their moorings? The reason I ask is the jetty we're moored to is reaching the point that it needs rebuilding : one of the mooring studs (which we were moored to two weeks ago) has sheared off and someone kindly fastened our rope round the jetty and put the mooring stud on our back deck. Also at least one of the planks on the jetty is cracked (one has block of wood over it to stop you stepping on it).  Are CRT likely to fix these issues (I know they wont dredge the moorings and we're pretty much sitting on the bottom) or are we better off looking for somewhere else to moor?

BMC 1.5 spill rail - flexi return pipe

04 November 2014 - 07:09 AM

The spill rail on our BMC 1.5 has sheared where the rigid pipe from the last injector goes down to the CAV fuel filter.  The fuel filter has a little bit of wobble on it and we suspect that is what caused the problem.


Does anyone know of a spill rail where that return line terminates in a flexi pipe coupling and also has a banjo for the fuel filter that has two pipe couplings on it  (rather than it being part of the spill rail)?