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  1. Anyone remember the box standard rover 820. This beast was life changing for me!
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  7. Just had a thought, think it should be a diverent thread but eh! This does not apply to me but I've found mooring costs are governed by size of boat, which I understand the reasons why. If CRT and many boaters wish to open up boating to many then should there be a reduced fee for people on benifits or lower in come? contraversial I know but whats peoples thoughts?
  8. I live in Wakefield nearest spot is Fall Ings wich incidendently is lovely and the people who live there, that I have spoken too are nice people, but this place is full. Broad cut as one or two that hate hirers that we have experienced (ignornat Bs) Sorry in original post I said I wouldnot mention places but I've gone against that, sorry I'm sure some at Broad cut are lovely
  9. But should I do this before I buy the boat?
  10. Actually best place so far is on line miles from pump out, less to elsan, diesel no chance, pub yes. I will not be a continues moorer, a boat is for boating not for mooring (Think I'll have that one!)
  11. Ok after over ten years of hiring we now find our selves in the position of being able to buy our own boat. Still having to work, so continuos crusing is out of the question. We have over the last 12 months or so been to visit sites close to where we live because Ive been told before you buy find somewhere to keep it. I don't want to name any because it would be unfair on these locations for someone to give opinions based on one or six visits ( I always take sites like trip adviser etc. with a large tanker of salt) but an example of the comments I have had so far at the places I have visited. There is only double mooring left, be quick to book or you will miss out. We are moving because its very clicky here Moor up here for the night ***** is away and we don't mind If you like a drink you'll fit in here We look after each other here Them down the lower end are stuck up and loads more What makes a good mooring for a weekend / holiday boat?
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