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Graham Davis

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About Graham Davis

  • Birthday July 29

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    Arwystli

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    Ex-Railway Signalman
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    Not at present!
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    In my head!

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  9. Sorry but details of this boat are in the public domain,and since you don't own it then they are freely available. And I doubt you would have got some of the answers here without the information that the ADVERTISEMENT provided.
  10. I suspect that your electricity usage with that type of heater, plus cooking and hot water is going to be over the usual 16amp unit. You need to first confirm with the marina what the power output of the berth is and then do a very careful power audit of what you will be using. As for the boat, I suspect that it having been an ex-hire boat you are going to find that the insulation fitted is not of the best quality or quantity, plus removing some of the beds may not be as easy or as cheap as you think.
  11. When we had our shares, turn around included checking the pump out had been done, laundry of sheets, duvets, and teatowels, checking diesel tank had been refilled, checking engine oil and stern grease, replacing broken crockery and things, and rectifying any faults reported. It was them that ensured the boats were ready for the next occupants and that any charges to the previous people due to damage or accidents was charged to them. Sometimes they had lots to do, sometimes very little, but the share "management" soon got to know which sharers caused the most work and could deal with that. I can certainly remember one sharer having their share terminated.
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  13. And did you find out what inverter was fitted and exactly what it does?
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  15. Perhaps the OP would like to clarify EXACTLY what they mean; an Aga/Rayburn type or the large multi-oven "modern" gas cooker?
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