Originally Posted by Snowpetrel
Relax boatie, I didn't think I've questioned your competance, I assume you know what a nautical mile is, and you don't seem to make unseamanlike and ridiculous claims as to passage times. But I must say I am supprised with your tacit endorsement of this guy.
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I think you hit the nail on the head
here. Did the OP charge a day rate or a mileage rate?
If he charged a day rate of $400, I think the customer made out very well.
If the op charged a mile rate, the customer did okay too. 160 vs 140 miles? That's about 10% over the charted distance. The customer made out pretty well in that case too.
If the OP charged a flat rate, the only negative is hard wear on the gear
, but he got his boat where he wanted it.
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