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Old 18-02-2013, 18:58   #1
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Hi Realwebbedfeet

Live-aboards are always interesting to the rest-of-us... how about a short description about sharing life with the other ducks....
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Thank you all for the warm welcome I am struggling to learn the forum app on my android yet must confess I get distracted reading such fantastic content within the forum it's a wealth of information and Fab topics.
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hello from penryn up the river,where are you in falmouth?
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Old 21-03-2013, 04:12   #11
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hello from penryn up the river,where are you in falmouth?
Hi we are at Mylor marina sorry for delay phone signal here miserable at best
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Hi we are at Mylor marina sorry for delay phone signal here miserable at best
ah! luxury!
apart from the car parking

we are in the mud hopping section near islington wharf surrounded by old gaffers of one type or the other
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ah! luxury!
apart from the car parking

we are in the mud hopping section near islington wharf surrounded by old gaffers of one type or the other
Looked you up on chart ;-) bet it's calmer than mylor the swell and gusts heavy today only luxury electric & water nearest shops 2 miles :-( intend to anchor at Falmouth harbor next week restock supply. You heading out early this season?
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Looked you up on chart ;-) bet it's calmer than mylor the swell and gusts heavy today only luxury electric & water nearest shops 2 miles :-( intend to anchor at Falmouth harbor next week restock supply. You heading out early this season?
we only get a bit of chop in a strong easterly.

you might be better off using the visitors pontoon in falmouth,lots of space last time i looked and it will only be a bit more than (if they charge you to anchor) call falmouth harbour commisioners for rates.

hopefully i should be finished my "free boat" project in the next few weeks,so will be doing the normal stuff we do around here, like going up the helford and the fal,across to fowey etc
(see link under signature)

last few years i have managed to do 4-6000 miles a year on deliveries ,so pottering on your own boat without a deadline is a welcome change!

tescos in falmouth is okay,asda penryn has a better selection ,you can get the free bus from the square nr tescos.

will pm you my phone no if you have any other urgent queries
cheers alex
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Thank you very much just rang harbor masters office 20 for 24hrs a great price and save us humping to and fro in dingy with wet bums ;-) may you always find fair winds
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