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DandV

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  11. If it is the same person, then he is probably a boater and a cyclist. The only people with access to a full cassette anywhere near there, would have to be a boater. Perhaps a common factor is passing boats moving, or even dislodging, moored boats? Any regular moorers round there with a rumpty bike on board and always yelling SLOW DOWN YOU ******? Perhaps historic boats have a reputation, (deserved or otherwise), for maintaining historic but now, inappropriate speeds?
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  13. An engine, and several 110Ahr batteries located in the reduced buoyancy area of the tapered aft swim, and 250kg? of fuel located with virtually no buoyancy below it, as far aft as you can get, easily outmatch the water 400kg in the much fuller bow swim area. I know our boat handled best with a full water tank and minimal fuel.
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