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Paul C

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  1. For those wondering about trade plates: https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/business-and-trade/business-boating/starting-or-expanding-a-boating-business/trade-plates
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  6. How new? Have you ever been boating (in this new-to-you boat) as in, going on a canal/river and travelling with the boat, or are you just living on it? Is the boat in perfect condition, or to put it another way, if they hit and put a scratch in it, could you take a photo of that evidence and it be clear that a boat hit it, or are there 2000 marks already on the boat and they did number 2001? Or to put it another way still...have you suffered a loss because of this? Or is it simply the etiquette aspect? Not just boiled a pam filled to the brim with boiling water, etc? Personally I'd expect no contact at all but occasional 'kisses' occur in mooring up, not just in marinas but elsewhere. Much in the same way, that occasional contact occurs even when the best driver does a lock. Because that's the nature of canal boating. So its a grey area, and it depends on the severity of contact and the potential resulting damage, really. Good debating topic, though. ETA if you moor online, expect bigger "kisses", especially if you choose the really cheap mooring near a bridge or bend, etc.
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  15. There's going to be wants/needs of liveaboards which: 1) are shared with leisure boaters 2) are only partially, or not at all relevant, to leisure boaters 3) actually conflict with the wants/needs of leisure boaters. I am sure the things which fit into (3) are miniscule (I can't think of any current examples...........maybe winter moorings were?). But if this revealed some, and the minority of boaters benefitted but it inconvenienced or conflicted with the majority, why would they go with the minority?
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