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Simon Shearman

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  1. Thank you sir! Noted and thank you. I had Peter Nicholls down as an organisation to call, thank you.
  2. Thanks for the heads up Much appreciated, I did watch that program with interest. I'll look up all the required detial.
  3. yep, not sure which one to put it on, just joined today
  4. 'm new to all this and looking at best options in terms of purchasing a live aboard barge. To me, it looks like the best and most cost effective way forward is to have a boat built to a "sailaway" point, though with the right engine additions, bow thrusters and lined. I run a construction company and have interior fitters. My heart tells me i want a Dutch Barge style of around 18/20m & 4m wide. I will be living on the Thames but ideally I'd like to take it across the channel as well, so coastal waters compliant. However, if all that is too expensive, a 64x12'6 Widebeam style
  5. I'm new to all this and looking at best options in terms of purchasing a live aboard barge. To me, it looks like the best and most cost effective way forward is to have a boat built to a "sailaway" point, though with the right engine additions, bow thrusters and lined. I run a construction company and have interior fitters. My heart tells me i want a Dutch Barge style of around 18/20m & 4m wide. I will be living on the Thames but ideally I'd like to take it across the channel as well, so coastal waters compliant. However, if all that is too expensive, a 64x12'6 Widebeam style
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