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Old 19-08-2008, 09:54   #1
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Chris & KT provide some great insight into the cost of cruising for a couple for multiple years and thousands of miles. From Ventura California to The Med.
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Old 19-08-2008, 20:46   #2
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Chris & KT provide some great insight into the cost of cruising for a couple for multiple years and thousands of miles. From Ventura California to The Med.
Interesting if a little light on details.

2008 extras don't add up????
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Chris & KT provide some great insight into the cost of cruising for a couple for multiple years and thousands of miles. From Ventura California to The Med.
I've been reading their blog for a while and somehow I missed this addition.

Thanks for sharing it, makes planning a little easier.
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Seems to be inline with the detailed accounting done by Bum.
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And the winner is boat and health insurance as there most expencive item. At least thats a world wide expence. Thanks trim50 that very interesting 40 k a year I cant live on that an land so it makes boating more realistic.
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