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mrsmelly last won the day on June 19

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About mrsmelly

  • Birthday 09/27/1955

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    One of the 168
  • Interests
    Pubs, Restaurants and going to the beach.
  • Occupation
    Lazy git
  • Boat Name
    Downgraded to a house.
  • Boat Location
    Sold

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  8. I do yes, but I also realise that nearly all like the mate is buying are diesel. Two bloody big ones. Money is no object so why not lectric?
  9. Joking apart though. When people of his spending power ( several million for his latest boat ) can have whatever they want, if electric is so marvelous why isnt he having it in his new boat or indeed the cheapy 2 million pound or so boat he has at present??
  10. Wise words. In answer to the question, NO a " Decent?? " living for two cannot possibly be made out of such a venture. The lifestyle choice will b4 very long bring stress due to level of income unless they have some other income stream we know not of.
  11. Yes our friend doesnt quote litres often, he buys fuel by the ton!! Tanks are somewhere around 5000 litres. He has a new boat on order and ive just googled the specs and the tanks on that one are depending on actual model around 11000 litres.....kinell Oh and edit to add, it aint poxy electric As he can afford anything, I do wonder why companies are not fitting hairdryer motors to boats like his as the norm these days??
  12. Yes, I dont think the fuel prices for narrowboat useage will concern anyone who has such a boat. It is still a small part of running the boat even if ccing. Whilst recently having a beer with a friend of hours we actualy mentioned fuel useage for boats and I said just how little over the thirty odd years diesel had cost us. When he tops his boat up it costs him about 5k each time and he doesnt let the tanks get very low,
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